Brad Shepard Today! Wednesday, May 30, 2018

Starbucks shut its doors Tuesday, as employees nationwide take the coffee chain’s sensitivity training course.
Northampton animal welfare officials seize 400 roosters from an illegal cock fighting site.
Hadley schools shut down briefly due to nonspecific threat.
Holyoke woman walks into Chicopee homes wielding knife and screaming.
Hu Ke Lau auctions off the former restaurant’s equipment.
Eric Lesser endorses Jay Gonzalez for Governor.
West Springfield Police and the Mayor put Harwich and Ashley Road speeders on notice.
Rising gas prices are hurting Western Mass. businesses that deliver.
Congressman Neal presents Springfield youth with his formal acceptance to the U.S.Naval Academy.

Brad Shepard Today! Wednesday March 7, 2018

Chicopee Police Officer arrested on sex assault charges.
Snowstorm details.
Springfield City Council delays voting on the District Fire Chief contract.
Merriam-Webster online dictionary adds some 85 words!
UMass President Marty Meehan wants to raise millions over the next ten years to lower school costs.
Agawam’s traffic mess at O’Brien’s Corner will have to wait for a fix… mayor says he has bigger problems.
Springfield needle exchange program starts up – as yet the date is unknown.
Potholes are wrecking tires and rims; cab companies prepare for them!
Queen tribute show “ONE NIGHT OF QUEEN” comes to Symphony Hall!
Next West Springfield Police Chief will not have a civil service contract.
Top Golf Swing Suite comes to MGM Springfield in the fall!
Mega Millions!

Brad Shepard Today! Wednesday February 28, 2018

Mass. drops from #1 to #8 in U.S. News and World Report state rankings.
Longmeadow local appears on NBC’s “The Voice.”
PVTA holding series of public meetings to discuss service cuts and rate hikes.
Western Mass. charter school fires head after drug arrest.
Two Western Mass. mayors throw axes for a benefit at the Agawam Axe House!
Another dangerous Springfield intersection worries residents – Fox Road and Grayson Drive.