Woonsocket City Council Special Meeting - Sep 27 2022

 

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City Council Special Meeting - Sep 27 2022

 

 

 

 

 


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The U.S. men's soccer team is advancing to the knockout stage at the World Cup in Qatar. They beat Iran one-to-nothing today in their final group game. It sets up a Round of 16 matchup against The Netherlands on Saturday at 10 a.m Eastern time.       A tornado watch is being issued for parts of the southern U.S. The area includes parts of Louisiana, Mississippi and Arkansas. The National Weather Service is calling this a "particularly dangerous situation."        The Biden administration is confident a nationwide rail strike will be avoided. Speaking to reporters aboard Air Force One, White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said President Biden is confident there will be a resolution to an imminent strike. She said a shut down would have a devastating impact on American families and businesses, and some 750-thousand Americans could be out of work.        The U.S. is proposing an interim solution to the Jackson water crisis. The Justice Department said in a statement it filed a proposal to appoint a third-party manager to stabilize the Mississippi city's public drinking water system. It's meant to work for now while the Mississippi Department of Health uses federal resources to solve Jackson's water crisis long-term.       The market is failing to bounce back after yesterday's slide. Investors will be waiting for data to be released related to gross domestic product and jobs for a look into the economy. At the closing bell, the Dow Jones Industrial Average gained three points to 33-852. The S&P 500 dropped by six points to 39-57. The Nasdaq lost 65 points to 10-983.       Several of Deshaun Watson's accusers are reportedly going to be in attendance Sunday when he makes his return against his former team. The Cleveland Browns quarterback was reinstated Monday after serving an eleven-game suspension for violating the NFL's personal conduct policy due to multiple allegations of sexual misconduct. Watson reached settlements with 23 of his 25 accusers.