Brad Shepard Today! Thursday, January 30, 2020

Dunkin’ rolls out Valentines drinks!

Denise Hurst announces candidacy for Jose Tosado’s seat!

Jose Tosado retires and will not run again.

Orlando Ramos announces plans to run for the seat vacated by Jose Tosado.

Anthony “Tony” King, the last living player of Springfield’s American Legion Post 21 baseball team, team turns 102!

Chicopee Police Dept. asks for help in identifying mattress dumpers.

West Springfield Fire Dept. practicing ice rescues.

Open burning season now in Agawam.

Western Mass. days are getting longer!

Florence Bank President John Heaps Jr. retires after 25 years.

Brad Shepard Today! Thursday, June 27, 2019

Marijuana – school zone buffer reduced in Holyoke.

Chicopee police officer fires at a driver who tried to run him down.

East Longmeadow homicide.

Springfield City Council approves a permit for the return of a 16 Acres Daycare Center.

Forest Park downed tree causing power outage.

Professional Women’s Chamber of Western Mass. names “Woman of the Year,” Denise Hurst.

McKnight Neighborhood Council recognizes E. Henry Twiggs and Arthur Jones.

Florence Soft Serve burglary.

Riverfront Park’s Independence Day celebration and fireworks!

Fallout continues from deadly New Hampshire crash.

Wilbraham native named first female CEO of Warner Brothers.

Van Horn Park activates its splash pad!

Jefferson, NH Fire Dept. lowers their flag in memory of the 7 motorcycle crash victims.

Brad Shepard Today! Tuesday, March 6, 2018

IRS scam calls have started in Hampshire County.
A very special job fair underway today.
Western Mass. wrestling coach arrested.
John Boyle O’Reilly Club selects their Irish Person of the Year for 2018.
Springfield’s Women’s Commission honors Polito, Hurst, and Walsh!
World War II women, their histories and glory, presented by actress Judith Kalaora.
State Police schedule Hampden County sobriety checkpoint this Saturday.
Air National Guard selects a Longmeadow family as the ANG Family of the Year!
Ticks are waking up!