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, May 16, 2019

Pollen season rolls on!
39th Annual Brightside Golf Classic.
Second hit on People’s Bank in East Longmeadow.
Update on Bernardston ankle monitor escapee.
Update on Longmeadow Gas Warrant town vote.
Ware trash truck driver found not guilty of negligent motor vehicle homicide.
FCC goes after “robo calls.”
Beacon Hill goes after your cell phones, and debates on requiring hands-free operation in your car.
Trapped Bridgewater Beagle freed after several days in a shed in the woods.
Time to “Stuff a Bus” for Open Pantry Community Services.
West Springfield buys the historic First Congregational Church.
Gas prices up for Memorial Day weekend.
Springfield Police ask help in identifying Boston Road McDonald’s robber.

Brad Shepard Today! Friday and the weekend, March 1, 2019

Students getting drunk from pure vanilla extract.
MGM Springfield names Bishop Talbert W. Swan II to a Community Advisory Committee.
U.S. Army Field Band brings a free concert to Springfield.
“Sexting” in Western Mass. schools brings lifelong consequences.
Power outages have led to a strain on Margaret’s Pantry.
Hampshire College now has a vote of “no confidence ” for its president.
Judge Mastroianni wants the Cosby lawsuit to “start moving again.”
Mayor Reichelt claims the North End Bridge is safe.
Victoria’s Secret closes 53 stores.
Montague’s Fifth Street Bridge reopens.

Brad Shepard Today! Friday and the weekend, March 23, 2018

Easthampton Mayor will hire a private investigator over allegations of a hostile workplace.
Southwick Country Club to be auctioned – everything has to go!
Chicopee raises the age of legal tobacco sales!
Six school threats and two arrests in a couple of weeks.
Joe Lieberman talks with Pioneer Valley Radio’s Michael Harrison.
West Springfield Police and the Mayor say a heartfelt goodbye to K9 officer Donn.
Century Plaza welcomes the new Skechers!
Agreement between Hampden and Wilbraham ensures Hampden students go to their hometown school until high school.