Brad Shepard Today! Thursday, May 9, 2019

Springfield streets and roads looking at multimillion dollar improvements.
Fire at the Republican building Wednesday.
Senate Ways and Means panel looking to freeze tuition at UMass next year.
Springfield Rescue Mission holds graduation for Men’s New Life Program.
Brimfield Fair time!
New Assistant Superintendent at Belchertown Schools.
RISE Amherst: first store in the town to offer recreational marijuana.
Phony money being passed in Longmeadow.
Two new centenarians at the Arbors in Chicopee.
Northampton Police remind you to stay awake at the wheel!

Brad Shepard Today! Thursday, April 25, 2019

UMass Amherst celebrates third straight year of being named best campus food in the country.
Neighborhood residents want cars to slow down near the Sabis School.
Stop & Shop workers are back; restocking continues.
Hadley barn swallows remain a controversy.
West Springfield students are proud of their principal’s “Wheel of Fortune” appearance!
18-wheeler stuck under Main Street’s Arch Bridge.
Mercy Medical Center adds bra-fitting service for women.
Murphy’s Pop Stop in Springfield closes for good.
Monson Police Dept. offers “deaf and hard of hearing” cards.
Ludlow’s Comfort Shoes closing.

Brad Shepard Today! Thursday, February 21, 2019

Dangerous icicle on 391.
East Longmeadow alleged drug dealer exits a Ludlow diner with cocaine, EBT cards and cheese.
Hampshire College problems result in inevitable layoffs.
Baystate Health residents collect 750 pounds of food for shelters!
Westfield hockey game played to honor Military and First Responders.
Springfield Police officer’s second firing is overturned.
Springfield traffic signals damaged at accident scenes have not been replaced.

Brad Shepard Today! Tuesday, July 31, 2018

Want to play a mob guy in a new Mark Wahlberg film?
Springfield accepting bids to build its first “roundabout” at Six Corners.
Equine virus found in a horse recently at a show at the Big E.
Back-to-school time: children’s health, sleep and flu shots.
Ludlow man dies from his injuries in a boating accident.
Mass. gas prices inching up – again!
Brad in concert in Chicopee tonight at Aldenville Commons!

Brad Shepard Today! Wednesday, March 14, 2018

The weather.
PVTA holds public meeting in Springfield; fare increases and service cuts.
School district turns snow days into school days with “Blizzard Bags.”
Mob sentencing.
Springfield is under a state mandate to reduce its trash disposal.
New radar speed limit signs for Hatfield.
A tax tip from Jordan Goodman.

Brad Shepard Today! Tuesday November 25, 2015

  • City Council “thumbs down” on proposed MGM parking ban
  • Arlo singing live in Great Barrington!  (You can still get everything you want at Alice’s Restaurant!)
  • Chicopee Boys and Girl’s Club Thanksgiving feed
  • Greenfield Board of Health grapples with needle exchange program as porposed
  • East Longmeadow Bluebird Estates embezzler gets four years plus in jail
  • Ludlow Burger King renovation

 

Brad Shepard Today! July 24, 2015

  • 22,000 children in Springfield do not own a book…hear what one group is doing about it.
  • A new playground for Hungry Hill!
  • A dangerous plant that can hurt you, or even cause blindness…hear how to recognize it
  • Waiting for a new sidewalk?  You may have to wait up to five years!
  • Remember Curious George?  He’s waiting for you at the Springfield Science Museum.

Radio Show #8 – Chris Cignoli, Director of Public Works, City of Springfield

Springfield Director of Public Works Chris Cignoli answers every possible snow related question you may have – and sheds new light on the city’s attack against the snow!