Brad Shepard Today! Friday and the weekend, March 6, 2020

Mayor Sarno’s busy Friday schedule.

Dawn Creighton at Greenfield Community College shares her view of Franklin County.

Peter Pan Bus Lines challenged for allowing law enforcement on its buses without a warrant.

Free Donut Friday at Dunkin’!

Starbucks responds to possible virus spread and alters its cup policy.

“Spring ahead” this Sunday!

Big Y Express convenience store coming to Westfield.




Brad Shepard Today! Friday, November 1, 2019

Christmas shopping “jump-start” at St. Nick’s Christmas Bazaar.

MGM dealer sues casino over pay.

Chicopee homeowners upset over illegal trash dumping.

3 downtown Springfield buildings up for auction this month.

Final weekend reminder: daylight saving time ends, set clocks back.

UMass Fine Arts Center vandalism – swastikas painted on the walls.

Local animal hospital ends 24-hour emergency services.

Brad Shepard Today! Tuesday, October 29, 2019

Large-scale Subaru recall.

Cecilia Calabrese is proud to serve on a the Mass. Municipal Association.

ArtsBeat reporter Mark Auerbach reviews “American Son.”

An update from Chicopee Police Officer Mike Wilk on the city’s 94-year-old woman who lost her cash.

Westfield mayoral election is coming up.

A proposal to ban the contest of hunting fur bearing animals in the Commonwealth.

Agawam United Bank reports missing money from customer’s accounts.

Daylight saving time about to end.

Brad Shepard Today! Monday, March 11, 2019

Bill introduced in Mass. to end Daylight Savings Time.
Authorities are searching for a motorist who may have wound up in the Connecticut River.
Sutton man sentenced to 6 months for growing marijuana.
Springfield woman sentenced for trafficking cocaine out of her home daycare center.
Liquor license approved for a new sushi restaurant on Worthington Street.
FCC warns of an IRS  telephone scam.
Palmer High School closed Monday and Tuesday due to a small fire.
Lenten lunches offered at Trinity United Methodist Church.
10th Annual Leprechaun Plunge at Brunelle’s Marina.
Western Mass. Stop & Shop union votes in favor of strike authorization.