Scammers know that losing weight and getting in shape is one of the most popular goals.

WBDC-PODCAST

Adobe Stock Images

When it comes to New Year’s resolutions, scammers know that losing weight and getting in shape is one of the most popular goals. This popularity has led to a slew of scams involving vitamins, supplements, and weight loss formulas, all claiming to offer rapid results. Not only are the products themselves questionable, but so are the business dealings of the companies peddling them.

SHOW SCHEDULE

6:45 AM – Health Report
Dr. Michael Hirsh gives you updates on recent health news, local health issues and health related topics.
8:50 AM-Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce Radio Blast
9:05 AM- Senior Games
9:30 AM- Let’s Talk Taxes with Dr. Satya Mitra

8:15 AM – Scam Alert
Nancy Cahalen with the Better Business Bureau
protects us against scams.
8:50 AM-Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce Radio Blast
9:05 AM – Radio Worcester Podcast Hour
Listen to the latest podcasts
from www.radioworcester.com
7:05 AM – Mayor’s Update
Worcester Mayor Joe Petty on the issues facing
the 2nd largest city in New England.
8:50 AM-Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce Radio Blast
9:05 AM – Voice of Business
Presented by the Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce
7:35 AM – City Manager Update
City Manager Eric Batista
talks about the issues facing Worcester.
8:05 AM – Nikki Erskine
Nikki Erskine from the Worcester Development
Office fills us in on all the happenings around town.
8:20 AM – Rep. McGovern Updates
Worcester Congressman James McGovern on the top issues out of Washington D.C.
8:50 AM-Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce Radio Blast
9:05 AM – The Worcester Red Sox Show
Dr. Charles Steinberg shares all of the latest on the Worcester Red Sox.
6:00 AM First Amendment Friday
Presented by Kill the Ball Media
8:05 AM – Let’s Talk Politics
Local experts on the left and right look at the top national stories of the week.
8:50 AM-Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce Radio Blast
9:05 AM – Behind the Scenes at The Hanover Theatre
with Lisa Condit
9:30 AM – The Gaudette Insurance Show
with Lee Gaudetter

TOP STORIES

The 6th Worcester Black Tie Gala for The Odd Fellows Home

The 6th Worcester Black Tie Gala for The Odd Fellows Home

We are very excited to announce to you the date and details for our upcoming The 6th Worcester Black Tie Gala. The exciting and much anticipated event will take place on April 15, 2023 at the Beechwood Hotel, 363 Plantation Street, Worcester, Massachusetts. The evening will begin with a 6:30 pm social hour, wine tasting, and a silent auction, followed by dinner and dancing. The Odd Fellows Home is honored to announce that Dr. Charles Steinberg, President, Worcester Red Sox is the recipient of the Odd Fellows Home Salute to Achievement Award for his service, support and professionalism throughout the Worcester community, and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

Fred Taylor, President Worcester Chapter NAACP, spoke with us after the release of the Tyre Nichols video.

Fred Taylor, President Worcester Chapter NAACP, spoke with us after the release of the Tyre Nichols video.

Fred Taylor, President Worcester Chapter NAACP, spoke with us after the release of the Tyre Nichols video. Five Memphis police officers have been charged with Nichols murder. Taylor said a civilian review board with subpoena power is needed and he favors getting rid of qualified immunity. He said enough about the excuses over body cameras. We need those body and dash board cameras yesterday. Taylor said he will continue to speak with City Councilors and hopes to have an honest conversation with the City Manager and Chief of Police.

Worcester City Manager Eric Batista talks about the development around Polar Park and explains how the city is paying for the project.

Worcester City Manager Eric Batista talks about the development around Polar Park and explains how the city is paying for the project.

Worcester City Manager Eric Batista talks about the development around Polar Park and explains how the city is paying for the project. The City Manager is adamant that the city is able to pay for Polar Park. Worcester created a District Improvement Finance area around the ballpark. Money generated in that DIF District are applied to the park and that revenue offsets the debt within the ballpark. It does not pull away from taxes in other areas of the city.

Proud Member of the Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce