Radio Show #261 – Hampden County Sheriff Nick Cocchi’s Cookout 2019

Hampden County Sheriff Cocchi’s 3rd cookout forged ahead through rainy weather, to another clear success.

The Sheriff hosted a wide array of VIPS from all walks of the public and private sectors.

Join us now for a review of some of the region’s notables and VIPs who took a moment in front of our microphones.

In this program, you will hear the voices of:
Hampden County Sheriff Nick Cocchi
Monson Chief of Police Steve Kozloski
Monson Town Administrator Evan Brassard
Former East Longmeadow Board of Selectmen Chair Paul Federici
State Representative Angelo Puppolo
CEO Baystate Health Systems Dr. Mark Kerouac 
Chicopee Police Dept. Information Officer Mike Wilk
Former State Senator Brian Lees
Former State Senator Michael Knapik
At-Large Springfield Councilor Jesse Lederman
Springfield Parks and Recreation Chair Brian Santaniello
United States Senator Ed Markey

Brad Shepard Today! Monday, April 22, 2019

3 year-old Easter Egg Hunt winner!
Free shredding on Saturday – and continuing!
Rain didn’t stop Westside’s Easter Egg Hunt!
C. Henry Twiggs retires from the City Council.
Nathan Bill’s co-owner arraignment scheduled.
State lawmakers want to add “gender ‘X'” option to ID cards and driver’s licenses.
Successful Easter Brunch for a new restaurant.

Radio Show #243 – Springfield City Councilor
At-Large Jesse Lederman Speaks Out!

From single use plastic bags, the ‘Welcoming City” ordinance, the cannabis industry, the proposed raise for the council, the council’s relationship with the mayor, to the Stop & Shop strike, Jesse Lederman makes his position clear on these and other city and regional issues.

Web: www.jesseforspringfield.com • Email: CouncilorLederman@gmail.com

Brad Shepard Today! Friday and the weekend, December 14, 2018

Kentucky Fried Chicken offers you a log with the aroma of fried chicken.
Chairwoman of Longmeadow Democratic Committee steps down.
Easthampton Police warn of thin ice.
Happy Holidays from TD Bank’s Denise Fleming.
Concerns arise over the condition of Springfield street lights.
Mohawk Trail Regional Schools received an anonymous $50,000 donation.
The Longmeadow Shops will soon sport a new restaurant.