Brad Shepard Today! Monday, October 12, 2020

Columbus Day 2020 – what’s canceled, and what’s happening.
Springfield Mayor Dom Sarno joins the Springfield Library’s “Story Walk”
Springfield Public Schools investigate an IT incident.
New “Black Lives Matter” mural.
Final weeks of the “Big E Drive Thru Food” event.
Charges filed against Dalton man for hay bale fire.
Downtown Pittsfield presents “Trick or Eat!”

Radio Show #362 – Springfield Police Department Information Officer Ryan Walsh

Springfield Police Department Information Officer Ryan Walsh discusses the morale of the department, particularly in the wake of the Compton, CA shooting.

Ryan talks about the dirt bike striking a Springfield police officer, the forthcoming event “Springfield Day” with the police department, the recent successes of the narcotics division, the confiscation of illegal weapons, and the progress in the investigation into the vandalism done to the Black Lives Matter mural on Court Street.

Web:  www.springfieldpolice.net

Brad Shepard Today! Monday, July 6, 2020

Springfield Museums gearing up to reopen.
Phase 3 underway today.
Gas prices in Mass.
Hatfield’s 350th anniversary events.
Joey Chestnut is the competitive eating champ again, downing 75 hot dogs at Coney Island!
Yankee Doodle Dandy with Michael Harrison
Old Sturbridge Village reopens.
High School students gather in South Deerfield to march in support of Black Lives Matter.

Brad Shepard Today! Friday and the weekend, June 5, 2020

Trinity Health Of New England COVID-19 stats.
“Cocktails-To-Go” bill pending.
Use of Force policy for Springfield Police Dept. under review.
West Springfield High School graduation will take place at the Big E Coliseum.
Springfield Black Lives Matter demonstration goes off without any violence or destruction.
Agawam prepares for outdoor dining.
Springfield remembers Officer Kevin Ambrose.
Flavored tobacco products are no longer for sale in Massachusetts.
Tree pollen is way up and allergy sufferers are responding.
Bishop Mitchell T. Rozanski offers a prayer at Springfield City Hall prayer vigil.