Brad Shepard Today! Wednesday, February 6, 2019

Six Flags hiring for the summer – all this month!
North Adams man pleads guilty after mistakenly texting the police to sell drugs.
Mass. Democratic Party holds its annual convention in Springfield – and does NOT invite Mayor Sarno.
Amherst Police lieutenant promoted to captain.
Charlotte Russe files bankruptcy; closes 94 stores, two in Mass.
UMass partygoers celebrate Pats win by setting a couch on fire.
City of Chicopee sues pharmaceutical companies over the opioid epidemic.
Ice on Congamond Lakes melting – not safe.
Holyoke St. Pat’s Parade just 6 weeks away!
Beckett Spring closing on hold – water pipe issue.
MOONDANCE: Van Morrison tribute concert at the Berkshire Theater.
Holyoke’s Wyckoff Country Club sold.
Postal worker drives mail truck into the Millers River.
Hunters killed more deer in Mass. this year than in years past.
Hampden County Sheriff’s Dept. welcomes K-9 Brooklyn, certified therapy dog, to the force!
Warm weather brings pothole season in sooner.

Michael Albano runs for Sheriff of Hampden County

Brad Shepard talks with college professor, government affairs consultant, former mayor, probations dept member, and current Governor’s Council member.

Mike discusses his treatment by Springfield media, his platform for election to Sheriff, his crusade against opioid abuse, and other topics, in typically outspoken fashion.

Brad Shepard Today! Weekend Wrap-Up, January 8, 2016

  • Western Mass inmate population. down
  • Charlie Baker wants to eliminate  paper traffic citations
  • Bistro 21 in Belchertown welcomes new and accomplished Chef
  • DA, Gulluni guest speaker at Holyoke Chamber coffee hour
  • All You Can Eat for the ‘Breakfastarians” at IHOP
  • When is it time to stop saying,’happy new year?” (with special guests)
  • Farewell, Schneider

Brad Shepard Today! Wednesday December 23, 2015

  • Latest bomb scare at Holyoke High
  • Longmeadow’s new school superintendent
  • What time is Midnight Mass?
  • “Dress For Success” national news, with Giving Shoes Day
  • 19th Annual first Night Jr. at the Holyoke Merry Go Round!
  • Toy for Joy reaches out to provide Christmas to the families of inmates