Brad Shepard Today! Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Greenfield Police remind you to stay away from the bears!

Update on Marian Sullivan’s escapade at MGM Springfield.

ArtsBeat Reporter Mark Auerbach on Holiday stage offerings in the Valley.

Westfield man is million dollar winner in the Mass Lottery.

Miss Western Mass., Miss Hampshire County and Miss Pioneer Valley crowned Sunday night.

Two new police officers entering the Amherst Police Dept.

Holyoke receives grants for new bullet proof vests for their police officers.

Hampshire College continues to pull out of its financial turmoil.

Brad Shepard Today! Thursday, September 12, 2019

“Batman” captures “Meatball!”

4G about to become 5G wireless!

Springfield and Greenfield primary results.

Springfield Arson and Bomb Squad believe residential fires were set.

“Hawks Over Mount Tom” this Sunday.

Police are investigating illegal tire dumping in Westfield.

Baystate Health Systems Eastern Region Chief Administrative Officer resigns.

Amherst traffic fatality.

And the Springfield Water and Sewer Commission advise you not to swim in the Connecticut River.

 

Brad Shepard Today! Tuesday, March 5, 2019

Stolen snowblower.
Mandarin Wilbraham restaurant closed indefinitely due to a kitchen fire.
The Spring Bulb Show at the Botanic Garden of Smith College is up and running.
Over 20 car break-ins last weekend have the Monson police busy.
4-day St. Pat’s celebration with The Mummers at The Student Prince & The Fort.
Amherst Police Dept. under review to continue its accreditation.
Northampton Police Officer injured by drunk driver.
New Dr. Seuss book to be released! (Manuscript found in his home.)
Local school principal sings the snow day cancellation.

Brad Shepard Today! Wednesday, February 6, 2019

Six Flags hiring for the summer – all this month!
North Adams man pleads guilty after mistakenly texting the police to sell drugs.
Mass. Democratic Party holds its annual convention in Springfield – and does NOT invite Mayor Sarno.
Amherst Police lieutenant promoted to captain.
Charlotte Russe files bankruptcy; closes 94 stores, two in Mass.
UMass partygoers celebrate Pats win by setting a couch on fire.
City of Chicopee sues pharmaceutical companies over the opioid epidemic.
Ice on Congamond Lakes melting – not safe.
Holyoke St. Pat’s Parade just 6 weeks away!
Beckett Spring closing on hold – water pipe issue.
MOONDANCE: Van Morrison tribute concert at the Berkshire Theater.
Holyoke’s Wyckoff Country Club sold.
Postal worker drives mail truck into the Millers River.
Hunters killed more deer in Mass. this year than in years past.
Hampden County Sheriff’s Dept. welcomes K-9 Brooklyn, certified therapy dog, to the force!
Warm weather brings pothole season in sooner.

Brad Shepard Today! Tuesday April 3, 2018

West Springfield Police Captain indicted on charges of theft.
April Fool’s prank in Amherst backfires.
Amherst voters supports replacing town meeting form with town council form of government.
Another Massachusetts step toward recreational marijuana businesses.
Passport application fees have gone up.
Springfield sets one million dollar project to rehab Mercy Medical Center entrance on Carew St.
VCA Boston Road Animal Hospital cuts their emergency hours.
Mayor Sarno and City Council argue the order to crack down on a local church’s decision to provide amnesty to an illegal alien.

Brad Shepard Today! Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Gregory Neffinger signs on to manage Scott Lively’s campaign to unseat Governor Charlie Baker.
Amherst Police pull a sleeping man out of a cookie shop, and rescue another man and his cat out of a tree.
Chicopee police arrest a juvenile after threats to shoot students and teachers at DuPont School.
Cookie recall over possible peanut allergy danger.
Belchertown woman drives into and through a Subway store.
Mass. State Trooper suspended under accusation of being drunk at work.
Claire’s files Chapter 11; say stores will remain open.
A cat café for Northampton?

Brad Shepard Today! Tuesday, December 19, 2017

Canine officer Gino, hero!
Police are conducting “compliance checks” at bars and restaurants.
UMass Amherst student bites police officer.
Bradley Airport warns of real travel crunch for the holidays.
Bears, bears and more bears in Hampshire Village.
New Sixteen Acres IHOP opens today!
“Ride to Remember” Christmas Party.
Buckets of Sand delivered to Southampton seniors.
Holiday season gas prices – down!

Brad Shepard Today! Tuesday October 24, 2017

The fate of the Macy’s building at Eastfield Mall.
Free burritos for a year!!!
Western Mass. low income families paying hurtful bank costs.
Gas prices in Western Mass. – up or down? Listen in!
Five OUI arrests in one weekend in Amherst.

Brad Shepard Today! Tuesday October 17, 2017

Move over Dr. Seuss –  Norman Rockwell’s family has a bone to pick with the Berkshire Museum.
Springfield bank robber arrested within 24 hours of the robbery.
ANOTHER bank robbery in Chicopee!
Many arrests for noisy parties in Amherst.
Ziggy the St, Bernard in South Hadley gets another chance.

Brad Shepard Today! Tuesday October 10, 2017

Amherst cello bomb.
CONTROVERSIES! Holyoke High School and the Seuss Museum mural. Updates!
Agawam preliminary election day! The rundown.
Operation Safe Campus is underway.
St. Stanislaus working on more than 1750 golumpkis! And more!
City schools need windows update… 15 million dollars worth.

Brad Shepard Today! Tuesday July 18, 2017

Springfield makes list of best places to live (U.S. News)!
Police go to noise complaints 169 times in Amherst!
84 year-old man shaken and injured; elder abuse charges result.
A snake in the South End!
Southwick Party!
Hurricane plan!

Brad Shepard Today! Friday and the weekend April 7, 2017

South Hadley school principal dies.

Six Flags gets ready to open!

Eastfield Mall is…”de-malling.”

Amherst launches campaign against distracted driving.

R.I.P. Don Rickles.

 

Brad Shepard Today! Friday November 4, 2016

Start your Friday morning with Brad and his special guests!  Kim Lee from the Center of Human Development tells us about a special night at the Cancer House of Hope.  Kevin Barlowski talks about the wonderful Broadway musical version of MARY POPPINS presented live on stage at Bay Path University!  RMV news–is your registration one of the 450 thousand that may be expiring? And Black Friday too!