Brad Shepard Today! Monday, February 25, 2019

Fire at The Fort!
Castle of Knights hosts 2019 Chicopee Colleen competition.
Ware Fire Chief removed from office.
Former Debbie Wong restaurant to become a tavern called The Rail Yard.
Annual Spring Bulb Show coming to Smith College.
Northwestern District Attorney’s Office warns residents of schemes.
Crumbling foundations problem addressed in community meeting in East Longmeadow.
Maple syrup season has arrived – and Steve’s Sugar Shack is ready!
Stomach flu is making its rounds, particularly in Pittsfield.
East Longmeadow rotary causing many accidents in the first two months of the year.
K9 Atys of the Monson Police Dept. has passed away.
Chicopee upgrading its City Hall building.

Radio Show #139 – Chicopee Mayor Richard Kos

The city of Chicopee grapples with infrastructure needs while simultaneously moving carefully ahead with significant development projects – the new Mercedes-Benz dealership and two seven-figure hotel projects, among others, all under the aegis of the Mayor.

In this program, during his third consecutive term as Mayor (and seven terms in all), Mayor Richard Kos chronicles his steady pace of stewardship.

Brad Shepard Today! Tuesday, January 2, 2018

Chicks and ducks perish in a Pelham barn fire.
Westfield and Chicopee swear in new lawmakers.
Brutal cold weather in review.
The Town of Greenfield is now officially the City of Greenfield.
Keeping our zoo animals warm in the extreme cold weather.

Brad Shepard Today! Wednesday November 15, 2017

Parking lot scam – may be coming this way… a heads up!
Downtown Springfield Hampden Bank Building for sale!
Meningitis contracted by second UMass Amherst student.
Balloon Wranglers wanted!
Regional law enforcement cracks down on Springfield prostitutes – and THEIR JOHNS!
… and the word of the day, thought for the day, morning LOL and the weather, too!

Brad Shepard Today! Monday April 3, 2017

Mayor Kos runs again!

Rebecca Lobo inducted into Basketball HOF Class of 2017.

Business people on the move and in the news –  Cheryl Ronzoni and Paul Picknelly.

Converse Street in Longmeadow will be tied up for several months.