Brad Shepard Today! Friday and the weekend September 23, 2016

Are you really registered to vote?  Are you sure? Blighted Bay Street building to go down, an injury at the Big E, a grant for Holyoke firefighters, and a jam packed weekend rundown of everything happening in the region!  Concerts, plays, fairs, we have it all!  Listen to it with Brad right now!

Brad Shepard Today! Friday and the weekend, September 16, 2016

From the opening of the Big E, to traffic checkpoints, Jill Stein, the heyday of Rock and Roll, Thunderbird Thursdays in Springfield, the change in the age for legal tobacco sales in Northampton, and Cat On A Hot Tin roof….your craft fair and event packed weekend is here!  On Brad Shepard Today! Listen here!

Brad Shepard Today! Thursday September 15, 2016

Holyoke hazardous waste disposal day, Puerto Rican Day parade in Springfield, a “Mega Challah Bake,” Plastic bag ban proposed for Springfield, tobacco sales age increase for Northampton, a cookie scam in Chicopee, BYOB proposed for some West Springfield restaurants—it’s all right here with Brad!

Brad Shepard Today Wednesday September 14, 2016

From the promotion of four new Chicopee firefighters, to a Longmeadow man harassing minors, to new estaff members at Sports Travel and Tours in Hatfield, to Cat on a Hot Tin Roof in Hampden , and a rabid fox in Amherst…it’s all here on our program!  Brad also has the latest gas leaks and electrical problems closing a school and a town office!  Special guest; Mark Giza, Artistic Director of the Theater Guild of Hampden

Brad Shepard Today! Thursday September 8, 2016

It’s primary day in Western Mass, and today Brad brings you the Pioneer Valley Radio Voter’s Handbook!  The information you need today to cast your vote!  You will also hear about local power outages, gas leaks and cultural events from the Majestic Theater to the HGTV show WE BOUGHT THE FARM, featuring a local Wilbraham farm!

Brad Shepard Today! Wednesday, August 10, 2016

  • Springfield’s Union Station’s five million dollar six inch mistake
  • Chicopee relocates entire voting precinct
  • Blandford sues its former tax collector
  • East Longmeadow concert tonight-rescheduled