Brad Shepard Today! Wednesday, May 22, 2019

City Councilors accuse Mayor Sarno of a double standard.
Dress Barn closes 650 stores nationwide.
Belchertown Selectmen Archible voted out of office.
Retired Judge William T. Walsh of Agawam dies at 99.
Yolanda Cancel enters race for Springfield Mayor.
Balise Mazda dealership approved for the South End.
Connecticut highway toll bill delayed – too complicated to write!
Watch out for wild animals in West Springfield.
Jeffery Donnelly is certified for the mayoral ballot in Springfield.
Sobriety checkpoints this weekend in Mass. and CT!
Some Chicopee residents say they did not receive their excise tax bills and face late charges.

Brad Shepard Today! Thursday, January 10, 2019

New Starbucks winter lineup flavors!
Springfield City Council announces committee appointments for 2019.
Encompass Health Rehabilitation is re-named.
Money from recreational marijuana shops will go to their respective neighborhoods.
Southampton Police are asking for help in locating items removed from the College Highway Cemetery.
Wilbraham Police offer a “safe space” for completing internet purchases.
Longmeadow arguments over the rehiring of the Longmeadow Superintendent Dr. Marty O’Shea continue.
Yeshiva Students recreate the turn of the century Jewish immigration to America.
East Longmeadow holds a hearing on the petition to not renew the Town Manager.

Radio Show #165 – Springfield City Councilor Kateri Walsh interviewed by Michael Harrison

Four Springfield City Council members just returned from a two-day fact-finding mission to Denver, CO to gain information and insight into how the Council can best regulate future recreational marijuana business in the city.  Michael Harrison interviews Councilor Kateri Walsh about the trip.  Pictured at the Native Roots marijuana production facility (l-r) in Denver:  Councilors Adam Gomez, Justin Hurst, Kateri Walsh, and Council President Orlando Ramos.

Brad Shepard Today! Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Route 10 Cumberland Farms new store construction starts up – again.
STCC employees try to oust president John Cook.
Springfield city councilor calls for a new Police Commissioner.
Counterfeit hundreds are floating around the region.
United Bank closes three branches in Springfield.
“You Are Beautiful” at the Women’s Business Owners Alliance, with Susan Allen.
Pittsfield K-9 Officer Ciro takes his last ride.

Brad Shepard Today Thursday, March 31, 2016

  • Farewell to Chief Douglas Mellis
  • BRAVE THE SHAVE for children with cancer (special guest; Sgt. Matt Malo)
  • Northampton Soccer clubs merge
  • Springfield Mayor and councilors square off (again) on residency requirement
  • Western Mass Unify Against Bullying fashion show

(…and more!)