Brad Shepard Today! Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Road and traffic report.
Springfield mayor’s statement show him livid over weekend violence.
Wellfleet Insurance Co. moves into Tower Square.
Wreath placed on Spring Street memorial to fallen firefighters.
Congressman Neal and Mayor Sarno break ground on a new million dollar pump station.
18 companies and vendors submit proposals and meet the deadline for marijuana shops.
Gas prices level – headed toward Memorial Day weekend.
Abundance Farm – a food justice farm raising funds to open an outdoor bakery.

Brad Shepard Today! Friday and the weekend, May 17, 2019

Sobriety checkpoint this weekend set for Middlesex County!
Roosevelt Ave. two-car crash caused by third car firing shots.
Big E announces big name music acts!
More marijuana dispensaries proposed.
Tribute to fallen police officers held.
Important Brimfield Fair parking information!
Springfield Farmer’s Market is back and at a new location!
Third candidate for mayor of Greenfield.
Dirt bikes and ATVs in Springfield are still a dangerous situation.

Brad Shepard Today! Friday and the weekend, May 3, 2019

Phillips Insurance Agency wins an award for the 12th straight year.
Meghan Chotain moves to Meyers Brothers Kalicka, P.C. in Holyoke.
Enfield Police warn of escort service scam.
D.A. Anthony Gulluni thanks those who have used the clergy sexual abuse hotline.
New fast food restaurant in the works for the North End.
5-day suspension for Kiley Middle school police officer.
911 problems for Charter users in Chicopee.
Police Captain Michael McCabe announces run for mayor in Westfield.
Greenfield City Councilor Brickett Allis announces for mayor in Greenfield.

Brad Shepard Today! Wednesday, March 6, 2019

Commissioner Claprood begins termination process of Daniel Cintron.
Ware Fire Chief Thomas Coulombe files an open meeting complaint against the Board of Selectmen.
Westfield confirms five calves perished during a fire at Pomeroy’s Dairy Farm.
Dennis Lopata on Life Care Center of Wilbraham.
MGM Springfield enters into an interim management arrangement with Symphony Hall.
Mercy Medical Center receives national recognition.
Representative Angelo Puppolo turns 50!
Town of Orange election results.
Did a Monson town plow wreck your mailbox? The town might pay for it!

Brad Shepard Today! Wednesday, February 27, 2019

There may be weed killer in your beer and wine.
Boston Market entrees are being recalled – there could be some glass or plastic in them.
Rough weather for the remainder of the week.
Wind forces Southwest Air flight to divert to Providence instead of landing at Bradley International.
Cannabis Resource Center proposed to educate the public about marijuana growing.
Hampden-Wilbraham school superintendent accidentally sends the wrong email.
Frontera Grill in Chicopee raises the roof.
New Springfield Police Dept. head, Cheryl Claprood, pledges review of misconduct allegations within the department.
Skyline Trading Company allows customers to “pay it forward.”
If a tree falls in your yard… is it your responsibility?

Brad Shepard Today! Tuesday, January 29, 2019

“Forever Stamps” going up!
Longmeadow School Committee in limbo until it fills four spots.
Military helicopter makes emergency landing in Warren.
Dinosaur Discovery exhibition at the Springfield Science Museum.
“Four Sundays in February” in Northampton.
Good Samaritan intervenes at a shoplifting melee in Springfield.
Norah Jones comes to Northampton.
Upset at The Battle Of The Badges Blood Drive!
Magic Yarn Project for children undergoing cancer treatment.
Town of Goshen reaches out to a family in who lost everything in a fire.