Brad Shepard Today! Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Springfield City Council takes first step toward banning electronic smoking devices.
Springfield Italian Americans celebrate the Mount Carmel Society.
Stewart Weldon has a pre-trial hearing.
Two men arrested in Chicopee church break-in.
CT-Hartford rail line considered a success!
Springfield Habitat for Humanity builds Sumner Avenue house in just one week!
Chicopee man burns box of dog hair, tells police he doesn’t care and to stop bothering him.
Max Hartshorne on Western Mass. vacation travel.

Brad Shepard Today! Thursday, June 28, 2018

Chicopee Police would like your help in identifying the vandals, caught on video, who defaced the Munich Haus.
3 Mass State Troopers arrested for theft; one is from Southwick.
Longmeadow Police Dept. has identified two shoplifting suspects.
5 people injured in Whately ambulance rollover.
L.L. Bean comes to Hadley!
Leon Spradley concert at Forest Park amphitheater has been rescheduled.
Dom Sarno announces opening of cooling centers in the city (complete rundown).
Mercy Medical Center announces a new physician.

Brad Shepard Today! Wednesday, June 27, 2018

Big E concert info – Casting Crowns will be part of the lineup!
Police warn about illegal fireworks.
“Star Spangled Springfield” at Blunt Park this year! With Judy Matt.
Agawam students are now officially off for the summer – one week later than all other districts.
Forest Park pool opens Saturday; Five Mile Pond opens too.
First summer heat on the way!
Retired City Councilor Clodo Concepcion writes autobiography.
Mt. Tom Power Plant to be demolished.

Brad Shepard Today! Thursday August 18, 2016

  • QUICKY’s Chicopee location closing?  Or is it?
  • Western Mass construction zones; you can be ticketed for speeding even BEFORE you enter!
  • New Belchertown speed board collects data from YOU!
  • Amherst Pelham School Committee finalizes Superintendent Geryk’s severance package