Brad Shepard Today! Thursday, March 5, 2020

Springfield Symphony offers Beethoven and Tchaikovsky Saturday night.

Dr, Seuss Birthday Party this Saturday night at Springfield’s Dr. Seuss Museum.

“Driven By Community” at Mercedes-Benz of Springfield.

UMass Amherst rated #1 for best campus food in the country for the third year in a row.

Northampton Police Department reports a series of catalytic converter car thefts.

Several store windows vandalized in Turners Falls.

Brad Shepard Today! Friday and the weekend, November 22, 2019

Cheese Nips recall.

Dakin Humane Society’s Black Friday shopping event.

Greenfield woman steals from Domino’s.

Springfield residents are fed up with city’s litter and blight.

“Vet to Vet” event brings together more than 100 veterans in Westfield.

District Attorney of Hampden County, Anthony Gulluni, elected president of the Mass. District Attorney Association.

R.I.P. Springfield City Councilor E. Henry Twiggs.

Adam Gomez and Justin Hurst anticipate top offices on the Springfield City Council.

The Parade of the Big Balloons!

Brad Shepard Today! Friday and the weekend, August 16, 2019

Chicopee Police issue bear warning!

MassDOT indicates the RMV owes 45,000 letters to other states, and 2400 in-state.

17 year-old girl rushed to hospital after a horse rolled over on her at Dry Brook Stables.

Passenger train service from Springfield to Holyoke, Northampton and points north could begin by August 30.

MassMutual Center hosts World Quilt New England.

Big Y pulls in thousands of pounds of pet food to be distributed.

Second Chance Animal Services offers $5.00 rabies shots.

Sobriety checkpoint for Hampden County scheduled for today.

Arte-E Pizza to become Sok’s Siam.

Police dog recovering from minor injuries from a roof fire at the MGM kennel.

Music at Club One in Feeding Hills.

Brad Shepard Today! Friday and the weekend, November 2, 2018

Rushing the holiday season?
New holiday flavors and cup designs for your Western Mass. Starbucks!
State lawmakers back at work on a commuter rail system connecting Western Mass. to Boston.
Work on the Nash Mills River Bridge in Greenfield will finish sooner than predicted!
New trees for Greenfield and Montague residents!
Dinner theater show opens at the Hampden Senior Center!

Brad Shepard Today! Tuesday, March 27, 2018

Greenfield city councilor is struck by a car in a hit and run.
Home break-in, disabled victim introduces perpetrator to his baseball bat.
Friendly’s in Westfield closes.
Mass. RMV back up on line, with a new computer system.
What happens in Western Mass. if you don’t show up for jury duty?
ATV weekend crash.
Fourth candidate challenges James Welch for his seat.
Massive amount of calls to the police over the weekend from UMass/Amherst and others.