Brad Shepard Today! Thursday, June 25, 2020

Trinity Health Of New England COVID-19 statistics.
John Flynn comments on his reelection to the Hampden Board of Selectmen.
Sheriff Cocchi responds to a false racist post attributed to his department.
Chicopee Police Dept. denies racist post attributed to an employee of the dept.
Sharon Cohen of Footbeats at Thornes Marketplace celebrates 4th work anniversary.
Frigo’s Deli denies racist post by an alleged employee.
How much water should you be drinking in the hot weather?
Reward now offered for dead puppy found in Westfield.
Summer heat car care tips!
State courts reopen for some purposes.
Review of accusations against former Springfield Bishop found to be “credible.”

Radio Show #332 – John Flynn Wins His Sixth Consecutive Term on the Selectboard of Hampden, Mass.

Long-serving Hampden selectman John Flynn triumphs in his sixth bid for the Board of Selectmen in the town’s election.

In this exclusive interview on Pioneer Valley Radio, Selectman Flynn reflects on his years on the board.

Mr. Flynn also comments on the impact of the pandemic on local business, public safety, and gives an update of the town’s litigation with the School Committee.

Web: www.hampdenma.gov/people/john-d-flynn •  Email: Contact Us

Brad Shepard Today! Monday, May 8, 2017

Grace period on the Pike ends!

Flynn goes for the fifth term in Hampden.

O’Connell OUT in Holyoke.

Minimum marriage age in Mass. protest

Brad Shepard Today! Thursday May 12, 2016

  • Blake’s Monticello mansion to be auctioned!
  • Tearing down the Agawam Motor Lodge
  • Will Gregg Neffinger sue East Longmeadow?
  • (special guest; Kevin Manley)
  • Business award and acknowledgment to Rebecca Moriarty of Hampden

—much more!

Radio Show #22 – John Flynn and Vinnie Villemaino on Education

A serious issue for the towns of Hampden and Wilbraham as school enrollment precipitously declines.

Chair of the Board of Selectmen John Flynn and Selectman Vinnie Villemaino summarize the issue, the impact on the town and the taxpayers and further discuss ongoing efforts to solve the problem.