Brad Shepard Today! Friday and the weekend, February 1, 2019

Greenfield offers two new shelter opportunities in this brutal cold.
Congressman Neal, Mayor Sarno, and Pat Sullivan announce renovation of Ruth Elizabeth Park.
Springfield mayor wishes Tony King a happy 101st birthday!
Westfield Mayor Brian P. Sullivan announces he will NOT seek a third term.
Fruit juice warning causes concern.
Breakthrough in the K-Fest! A new location has been announced for the Kielbasa Festival!
Springfield firefighters called to Main Street Post Office as a jump-start goes wrong and sets both cars on fire.
Westfield Police officer struck by vehicle while directing traffic.
Cold weather takes a toll on car batteries: here are tips from AAA.
Cold weather may affect your medications: Baystate Health has some tips.
Holyoke Police Dept. ready to add ten new full-time officers; here are their names.

Brad Shepard Today! Tuesday, November 27, 2018

Hash Brown driving.
Bright Nights 5K Road Race postponed.
Leicester Board of Selectman have a special meeting to figure out how to deal with traffic at the new pot shop.
Wilbraham Police need your help to identify a shoplifting suspect who threatened a Loss Prevention Officer.
Strong opening weekend for Bright Nights!
Local Christmas tree farms are getting busy!
Tolland Police note the beginning of deer hunting season.
This holiday season, beware of “porch pirates.”
Agawam Clerical Workers members contribute care items to Holyoke Soldiers’ Home residents.

Brad Shepard Today! Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Cheryl Coakley-Rivera accused by opponent Marie Angelides of forged nomination signatures.
Danny Eaton unveils his new play, “The War and Walt Whipple,” inspired by real events in his family history.
West Springfield residents are having their Halloween decorations targeted by vandals.
Pre-winter season home heating check!
Trinity Health Of New England invites you to participate in the 61 Day Challenge!
Former Hu Ke Lau restaurant about to be demolished.
Holyoke Soldiers Home set up for early voting.
Palmer High School students prep for a conversation with astronauts in flight on Friday morning.

Brad Shepard Today! Friday-weekend wrap-up-December 18, 2015

  • Big wind for the region this weekend!
  • Santa brings early Christmas to Square One!
  • MGM update; some hurdles passed, some more to come
  • Senator Humason moves the Governor to help the Holyoke Soldier’s Home
  • Agawam Mayor Cohen’s self described “adopted son,” in hot water in two states