Brad Shepard Today! Wednesday February 28, 2018

Mass. drops from #1 to #8 in U.S. News and World Report state rankings.
Longmeadow local appears on NBC’s “The Voice.”
PVTA holding series of public meetings to discuss service cuts and rate hikes.
Western Mass. charter school fires head after drug arrest.
Two Western Mass. mayors throw axes for a benefit at the Agawam Axe House!
Another dangerous Springfield intersection worries residents – Fox Road and Grayson Drive.

Brad Shepard Today! Monday February 5, 2018

Agawam Mayor shuts down Agawam Axe House.
Electric bills are supposed to go down.
Weekend shooting at Anthony’s Club.
Amherst Winterfest.
Chicopee police warn of social media video that might be child porn. Possessing it or forwarding it is a criminal offense.
Business people on the move.
PVTA proposes 25% fare increase and cutback in services.

Radio Show #131 – Anneliese Townsend and Agawam Axe House

In addition to her career in real estate and her ice cream shop, Scoops, Anneliese Townsend of Agawam has brought a brand new sport to New England and Western Mass.

It is the first of its kind – Axe Throwing!

How did this sport get started?  How popular is it? You’ll find out in this conversation with Pioneer Valley Radio’s Brad Shepard!

At Agawam Axe House, you can throw an axe at a target to your heart’s content!
Coaching? Proper attire? How it all works?

Listen in!