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! Wednesday, May 30, 2018

Starbucks shut its doors Tuesday, as employees nationwide take the coffee chain’s sensitivity training course.
Northampton animal welfare officials seize 400 roosters from an illegal cock fighting site.
Hadley schools shut down briefly due to nonspecific threat.
Holyoke woman walks into Chicopee homes wielding knife and screaming.
Hu Ke Lau auctions off the former restaurant’s equipment.
Eric Lesser endorses Jay Gonzalez for Governor.
West Springfield Police and the Mayor put Harwich and Ashley Road speeders on notice.
Rising gas prices are hurting Western Mass. businesses that deliver.
Congressman Neal presents Springfield youth with his formal acceptance to the U.S.Naval Academy.

Brad Shepard Today! Monday, April 9, 2018

Mercy Medical Center announces a new staff member.
Ronald McDonald House “Red Shoe Run” brings financial boost!
Greenfield Second Amendment supporters gather.
Two Longmeadow men are awaiting sentencing.
Ford recall!
Campaign underway to find jobs for Western Mass. youth.
Agawam Police Dept scam warning!
Another bear warning from the police.
The end of the Hu Ke Lau and the Hofbrauhaus (with Joe Stevens).

Brad Shepard Today! Monday March 5, 2018

AIC Hockey beats Niagara! Springfield Thunderbirds lose to Charlotte Checkers.
The Chicopee Hu Ke Lau is closing!!!
Holyoke retirement party for “Dobbin,” the Yankee Pedlar’s wooden horse (he will reside at the Holyoke Merry Go Round).
“Blarney Blowout” at UMass stays relatively under control.
Hadley Police officers now equipped with Naloxone.
JC Penney announces job cuts.
Nor’easter damage.
Northampton potholes.
Big Y donates bags of food to Lorraine’s Kitchen and others!

Brad Shepard Today! Thursday, October 5, 2017

New restaurant for Longmeadow in the old Hu Ke Lau site!
Yankee Pedlar location moves closer to a banking complex.
Judge Callan calls Springfield a “city under siege.”
Ware Police grappling with car break-ins.
Montague dirt bike theft wave.
The Fort’s Oktoberfest!
Easthampton Police host “Coffee With a Cop!”

Brad Shepard Today! Tuesday November 1, 2016

Brad kicks off your first morning in November, with Northampton Restaurant week, the final “Tuesday Market” at Thornes Marketplace in Northampton, The American Rabbit Breeders Association will come to the Big E, an Eversource rate reduction and special guest Lisa Carter tells you about her exciting show, when “Cher” returns to the Hu Ke Lau!

Brad Shepard Today Wednesday January 20, 2016

  • Impending storm info!
  • Oil company delivers 25 gallons of oil, to the wrong home, to the basement floor!
  • Three Longmeadow businesses are cited for serving alcohol to minors in sting operation
  • IRS phone scam reaching epic proportions!
  • MASS DOT considering Western Mass tolls along the pike.

Brad Shepard Today! Wednesday January 13, 2016

  • Farewell, Hu Ke Lau
  • Cosby’s lawyers want his sexual history kept out of public eye
  • Weather, and Powerball
  • Gas down again…far down!
  • Agawam/Springfield/Wilbraham tire thieves