Brad Shepard Today! September 22, 2015

  • Westfield drowning victim
  • J.C. Penney biter
  • Lower natural gas heating bills this winter?
  • Holyoke drivers do not care about stop signs
  • Polls open today for preliminary for Holyoke Mayor
  • Personal note, and Dr. Bill Martin

 

Brad Shepard Today! September 21, 2015

  • Hampden Police Drug Take Back Program
  • Chicopee Police warn TD Bank customers in Chicopee of possible identity theft
  • Mass State sobriety checkpoint coming this weekend
  • Oktoberfest at Smith’s Billiards in Springfield

…and more!

Brad Shepard Today! September 18, 2015

  • East Forest Park residents say NO to the new Dollar Tree store plan
  • The Big E app for your smart phone
  • Putts bridge detour for Ludlow and Indian Orchard
  • Judge Groce said what to the defendant?
  • Spotlight on retail; a visit with Linda, at the Burlington Coat Factory
  • SHE LOVES ME reopens this weekend at the Opera House Players, Broad Brook, CT

Brad Shepard Today! September 17, 2016

  • Trouble at Springfield’s largest school
  • Amelia Park honors fallen Sgt, Sullivan
  • Springfield sex offenders can now live wherever they want
  • Holyoke military scam
  • Cooley Dickinson cancer care center
  • Electric companies must refund customer charges…but…are you paying yourself your own refund?
  • Rail travel in the region expands!

Brad Shepard Today September 16, 2015

  • Westfield Man goes on wine bottle smashing rampage at Mulino’s
  • Your National Grid electric bill is jumping up 20 percent this winter (WOMECO not far behind)
  • Another hat in the Agawam mayoral race in the ring
  • West Nile virus in Western Mass
  • Springfield disaster preparedness

Brad Shepard Today! September 15, 2015

  • The Big E traffic cam
  • Belchertown police chief
  • Paint party results in more than two dozen taken to hospital
  • Chicopee Mayor Kos makes it official
  • Honda Fit wheel theft(s) in East Longmeadow

Brad Shepard Today! September 11, 2015

The Michael Bissonnette Story

Special guest, Chicopee mayoral candidate Mike Bissonnette goes one on one with Brad in an unflinching and open dialogue about his campaign issues;

Including, taxes, the Ashley Madison affair website, scuffles with Chicopee police and more.

You will also hear his plans for the future of Chicopee outlined in detail, should he  assume the duties of Mayor.

Brad Shepard Today September 10, 2015

  • The Springfield TV merger, and what it means to you, with special guest, Michael Harrison
  • Belchertown police chief Fox pulled over in Granby. Not charged.  Questions and concerns in both communities as a result
  • Nik Tokman of West Springfield and a star on THE DEADLIEST CATCH pays a return visit
  • Forthcoming Jewish Holidays
  • Knife wielding miscreants in Agawam and Holyoke
  • Flying lawn chair prompts East Longmeadow arrest

Brad Shepard Today! September 9, 2015

  • Heat wave continues
  • Ware police ask for revocation of bar license
  • Dom Sarno glides to victory in preliminary
  • Michael Bissonette in altercation with police at Chicopee polling location
  • Longmeadow police promotions

Brad Shepard Today Tuesday September 8, 2015

  • Western Mass’ summer’s parting shot
  • Heat wave and where to keep cool
  • Massive TV merger for the region
  • Wisteriahurst Museum; Mad Hatter Tea Party
  • Hatfield police water rescue
  • Voting today in Western Mass towns

Brad Shepard Today labor Day 2015 (September 7, 2015) Edition

  • Labor Day
  • Amy Lord Sparkle Park in Wilbraham
  • Red Cross blood donations
  • Reverend Tom Callard and family, in Forest Park, displaced by fire
  • Labor Day rundown-what’s open and closed

Brad Shepard Today Labor Day weekend special edition!

  • Pumpkin Flavors are back–everywhere!
  • Labor Day Weekend primer; what’s open and closed
  • Traffic advisories/I-91 project suspension for the weekend
  • Six Flags with two new coasters!
  • Free legal advice for Hampshire County

Brad Shepard Today September 3, 2015

  • Groundbreaking for the CCRC factory!
  • Chicopee pajama robber
  • Voters will see Common Core termination on ballot
  • Springfield drivers are among the worst in the nation-new insurance survey
  • Jets taking off making too much noise in your home?  Get compensation!

 

 

 

Brad Shepard Today September 2, 2015

  • BIG Y credit card overcharge
  • Brimfield antique fair app(!)
  • I-91 rehab, first phase – and still ‘bumpy.”
  • BEETLEJUICE outdoor screening in Northampton
  • Man identified as cause of “suspicious behavior” at Tower Theaters
  • New North End Citizen’s Council location

 

Brad Shepard Today September 1, 2015

Hottest weather of the summer

  • Heroin overdose victims candlelight vigil
  • Happier Valley Comedy Show
  • Two condemned homes due to animals and filth
  • Lauran Beluzo has a recording deal!
  • Springfield Museums buy Dr. Seuss’ boyhood home
  • Cooling centers open–here’s the list
  • Former Mayor Michael Bissonette explains his Ashley Madison debacle

 

Brad Shepard Today August 31, 2015

  • Hot summer weather ahead
  • Heath insurance costs UP
  • First day back to school in Holyoke
  • Chicopee car break-ins
  • Atkins Farms new store
  • Westminster water buffalo on the loose
  • Last weekend for a Touch of Garlic
  • Sci fi convention in Northampton
  • New Northampton police officers and promotions

Brad Shepard Today August 28, 2015

  • Beautiful weekend weather!
  • East Longmeadow major road work and detours
  • Keno in Wilbraham?
  • Back to school for teachers and students
  • Walmart is talking Christmas!

Brad Shepard Today August 27, 2015

  • Tea and hats at Chez Josef with Kris Allard
  • Spinning away at the Ride To Remember with Judy Matt
  • New rail today in Holyoke
  • Denny’s returns to Springfield
  • Driving the wrong way down the street in Ludlow
  • Behind the scenes at SHE LOVES ME in rehearsal now
  • School bus safety tips

 

 

 

Brad Shepard Today August 26, 2015

  • Water main break on Memorial
  • Last free summer movie night in Chicopee
  • The McWhopper?
  • Western Mass goes back to school
  • Holyoke former city employee to return salary to the city