Brad Shepard Today! Friday and the weekend, September 28, 2018

Former Springfield Mayor Mary Hurley held an event presenting the process to become a judge.
Chicopee Falls residents are fed up with illegal dumping in their neighborhood.
Undercover Springfield police officer’s sting operations nab prostitutes and their “johns.”
Region’s largest Polish heritage parade set for Northampton.
Dangerous driving threatening school children on Sumner Avenue.
A day at the Big E!

Brad Shepard Today Thursday, January 18, 2018

Agawam seeks residents who would like to serve on its energy commission.
Thornton W. Burgess Middle School closing fight drags on; legal team now seeks an injunction.
Agawam deals with interruptions in the trash collection schedule.
Chicopee motorists not heeding parking bans, but the city is enforcing it!
Westhampton and the hilltowns get the most of the recent snow.
Westfield water safe to drink, says DPW; looks milky due to air in the pipes.
Governor’s Council clears Jane Mulqueen for a superior court judgeship.
Jerry Mercado’s escape comes to an end!