Brad Shepard Today! Friday, July 23, 2021

MassHire offers CDL training.

Longmeadow Converse Street construction and closure.

Mark Auerbach reviews “Eleanore” at Barrington Stage.

Stop and Shop recalls two store brand muffins (!)

Mayor Sarno adds testimony to new fireworks legislation.

Mercy Medical Center establishes a specialty in Substance Use Disorder.

Mayor Sarno visits the Christian Wilkins Football Clinic.

Springfield’s Redevelopment Authority Director, Chris Moskal reitres.

MassHire holds August job fair.

Chicopee outdoor movie night!

 

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Brad Shepard Today! Friday, July 23, 2021
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Brad Shepard Today! Wednesday, July 21, 2021

Chef Kelly Dobbins launches his online cooking TV show.

Mark Auerbach reviews “The Niceties.”

Route 5 “Road Diet.”

Greenfield Public Library pets and owners lookalike contest.

Dakin Humane Society “Barks and Brews.”

Styx to perform at the Big E. Tickets going on sale.

3 Amherst beaches ban swimming.

Mayor Sarno throws out the first pitch for the Valley Blue Sox!

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Brad Shepard Today! Wednesday, July 21, 2021
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Brad Shepard Today! Tuesday, July 6, 2021

Mayor Sarno gets around on the 4th.

Hooters fire.

Mark Auerbach’s arts beat report.

Court Square Summer Music Series, schedule.

Connecticut marijuana website.

South Hadley Town Hall officially reopens.

Worcester lifeguard beaten and stabbed.

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Brad Shepard Today! Tuesday, July 6, 2021
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Brad Shepard Today! Wednesday, June 30, 2021

D.A. Antony Gulluni announces a major arrest of members of the Knox Street Posse.

Arts Beat Reporter, Mark Auerbach reviews “Ambassador of Love.”

Amherst Outdoor Cinema Series.

East Longmeadow carnival, and 4th of July events!

Mayor Sarno congratulates local Basketball teamon winning their first title.

“Athleta” opens in Longmeadow and in Hadley.

First of 5 drawings for the MassVax Lottery is scheduled.

 

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Brad Shepard Today! Wednesday, June 30, 2021
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Brad Shepard Today! Tuesday, June 29, 2021

Longmeadow traffic note.

Gas prices change!

Mark Auerbach’s Arts Beat report.

Dakin Humane Society nominations for awards.

Salmonella contaminated Shrimp alert.

Ribbon cutting ceremony at Granny’s Baking Table.

Virtual town hall for home owners lead paint removal.

PVTA recieves millions for low emission technology.

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Brad Shepard Today! Tuesday, June 29, 2021
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Brad Shepard Today! Tuesday, June 22, 2021

Arts Beat Report with Mark Auerbach.

Gas prices change.

Full time police officer opening in the region.

STCC summer progams for teens and tweens.

Star Spangled Springfield production meeting in Springfield today.

Rachel’s Table expands!

Chicopee Police Department remembers Retired Officer Brian Gloster.

Mass DOT notes traffic returning to pre pandemic levels.

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Brad Shepard Today! Tuesday, June 22, 2021
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Brad Shepard Today! Friday, June 18, 2021

Springfield Police “John Sting” nets 5.

Mark Auerbach reviews: “Who Could Ask For Anything More”

West of the River Vaccination Collaborative ends. (with Will Reichelt).

Springfield Museum’s Photography Exhibit.

The 2021 Mass Tax-Free Holiday now has a date!

Pittsfield High School graduate wins the Daniel Pearl Scholarship Award.

Sheriff’s Department and local police rescue a local man from a tree.

Still summer jobs avialable for Springfield youth.

Mayor Sarno commemorates Juneteenth.

Mayor Sarno recognizes Mercy Medical accolade.

Brethren Community foundation hosts Juneteenth Celebration.

Happy 100th girthday to Mary Villeamaino!

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Brad Shepard Today! Friday, June 18, 2021
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Brad Shepard Today! Tuesday, June 15, 2021

Mass firefighting organizations warn against illegal fireworks.

Mark Auerbach’s Arts Beat Report!

Gas prices are up.

Zoom meeting for young people getting into the work force.

East of the River Chambers of Commerce host Fran Tarkenton!

Strawberry picking season locations.

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Brad Shepard Today! Tuesday, June 15, 2021
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Brad Shepard Today! Tuesday May 18, 2021

Baker-Polito announce Covid restrictions in Massachusetts soon come to an end.

Arts beat Reporter, Mark Auerbach.

How the other New England states eliminate Covid masks and requirements.

Gas prices are up.

Mega millions jackpot drawing!

Springfield Fireman rescues a duckling from a storm drain.

Mayor Sarno and city officials award EMS Professionals.

Illegal drag racing picking up as the warm weather approaches.

Chicopee Mayor Vieau welcomes a new business to Chicopee.

Holyoke Gas and Electric safety reminder.

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Brad Shepard Today! Tuesday May 18, 2021
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Brad Shepard Today! Wednesday, May 12, 2021

Jordan Goodman on Western Mass gas prices.

Mark Auerbach on a concert streaming event.

Spirit of Springfield Annual Golf Classic!

Springfield Police Department Memorial Ceremony.

Springfield Lodge of Elks Polish Nationality Night.

Springfield Museums present “Wild Kratts Creature Power!

Gas prices are going up.

The President’s new efforts to encourage vaccinations.

Supply Line interruptions cause shortages in many areas, including chickens.

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Brad Shepard Today! Wednesday, May 12, 2021
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Brad Shepard Today! Tuesday, May 4, 2021

Governor Baker shuts down some vaccination sites.

Springfield Police Commissioner, Cheryl Clapprood’s public safety report.

Mark Auerbach’s Arts Beat report.

Vehicle vs. traffic light in Enfield.

Mayor Sarno and others announce additional neighborhood vaccination clinics.

Dakin Humane announces new online shopping platform!

The Springfield Mayor and others tour the improvements at City golf courses

Gas prices are changing in Western Mass..

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Brad Shepard Today! Tuesday, May 4, 2021
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Brad Shepard Today! April 21, 2021

Mayor Sarno comments on the Springfield Police Department lawsuit.

Governor Baker expresses pride in the UMass Amherst Men’s Hockey Team’s huge win.

Mark Auerbach’s review of Theater Works Hartford’s “The Sound Inside.”

Life Guard training now available in Springfield.

National Prescription Drug Take Back Day.

Chicopee Housing Authority sued.

Grand opening of the Greenfield Drive-Thru Vaccine Clinic.

West Springfield opens the Big E Vaccination Clinic.

Habitat For Humanity holds a house dedication ceremony.

Dress For Success honors two STCC staff members!

Vaccination milestone for the Commonwealth!

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Brad Shepard Today! April 21, 2021
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Brad Shepard Today! Tuesday, April 20, 2021

Job Opportunities at regional malls.

Mercy Medical Center holds  a flag line to honor pandemic healthcare workers.

ArtsBeat Reporter, Mark Auerbach.

Tuesday Market’s opening day in Northampton.

Mayor Sarno responds to a lawsuit against the city and the Police Department.

Will a booster shot be necessary?

Gas prices sneak up just a bit.

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Brad Shepard Today! Tuesday, April 20, 2021
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Brad Shepard Today! Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Bridge and road repairs for the hill towns.

Mark Auerbach’s “ArtsBeat Report.”

Mayor Sarno infuriated at repeat violent offenders.

Inspection malware attack update.

FEMA now providing financial assistance for Covid deaths.

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Brad Shepard Today! Tuesday, April 13, 2021
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Brad Shepard Today! Tuesday, March 30, 2021

Mayor Sarno pledges to “knock gang violence down” in the city.

In West Springfield, at the West of the River Collaborative Vaccination site, Westfield Mayor Don Humason spoke.

ArtsBeat Reporter, Mark Auerbach.

Gas prices are moving again…

Brimfield Police ask for some help on a mystery car crash.\

A milestone at Dakin Humane Society!

Russell Police reminder for unregistered cars.

Bike lane rail trail feasibility study.

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Brad Shepard Today! Tuesday, March 30, 2021
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Brad Shepard Today! Tuesday, March 23. 2021

Mayor Sarno attends a grand opening of a local salon.

Gas prices for the week, unchanged.

ArtsBeat Reporter, Mark Auerbach and Tanglewood.

Mayor Sarno is tired of the courts releasing repeat offenders.

Springfield Police Commissioner Cheryl Clapprood cites and example of repeat offenders and city gun crime.

Eversource replaces Agawam transmission lines…by helicopter.

Adams Route 8 road improvement project all week.

“ReGreen Springfield” virtual roundtable on Zoom and Facebook Live.

Ludlow million dollar winner!

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Brad Shepard Today! Tuesday, March 23. 2021
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Brad Shepard Today! Monday, March 22, 2021

The Commonwealth advances to Step 1 of Phase 4.

Springfield moves to the “Yellow Zone” in the Covid risk rankings.

Springfield Museum’s “Stars Over Springfield.”

Mark Auerbach talks Goodspeed Opera House.

Springfield Symphony announces its Chamber Music Series.

Wilbraham Police Dept. scam alert

Baker-Polito lay out Step 1 of Phase 4.

 

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Brad Shepard Today! Monday, March 22, 2021
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Brad Shepard Today! Tuesday, March 16, 2021

Commissioner Cheryl Clapprood and the dirt bike battle.

Springfield Schools Superintendent, Dan Warwick’s update on school reopening.

ArtsBeat Reporter, Mark Auerbach.

Gas prices continue their up trend.

Exiting Holyoke Mayor Alex Morse’s last day.

Boston Marathon has room for more entrants.

Bail reform bill refiled.

Stimulus schedule website.

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Brad Shepard Today! Tuesday, March 16, 2021
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Brad Shepard Today! Monday, March 15, 2021

Greenfield City Hall reopens.

Mark Auerbach theater reviews.

Dry season, brush fire warning.

Senator Markey wants to can Daylight Savings.

Grand opening of Turning Leaf Dispensary in Northampton.

Red Cross reminds you to check your smoke alarms!

Chicopee joins forces with Project New Hope.

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Brad Shepard Today! Monday, March 15, 2021
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Brad Shepard Today! Tuesday, March 2, 2021

Superintendent of Springfield Schools, Dan Warwick, on the state mandate to return elementary school kids to the classroom.

Fire Commissioner, B.J. Calvi on ice safety in the Valley.

Springfield Police Commissioner, Cheryl Clapprood on recent Police developments.

Springfield DPW Chief, Chris Cignoli, and a pothole forecast.

ArtsBeat Reporter, Mark Auerbach.

Charlie Becker on a take out dinner from the Italian Cultural Center.

Mayor Sarno wishes Dr. Seuss a happy 117th birthday!

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Brad Shepard Today! Tuesday, March 2, 2021
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