Brad Shepard Today! Tuesday, March 5, 2019

Stolen snowblower.
Mandarin Wilbraham restaurant closed indefinitely due to a kitchen fire.
The Spring Bulb Show at the Botanic Garden of Smith College is up and running.
Over 20 car break-ins last weekend have the Monson police busy.
4-day St. Pat’s celebration with The Mummers at The Student Prince & The Fort.
Amherst Police Dept. under review to continue its accreditation.
Northampton Police Officer injured by drunk driver.
New Dr. Seuss book to be released! (Manuscript found in his home.)
Local school principal sings the snow day cancellation.

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.

Brad Shepard Today! Wednesday, January 2, 2019

Southampton Police Chief Goyette resigns after three decades on the force.
Car on the railroad tracks in Monson.
Mass. car rentals just got more expensive.
Mass. tobacco purchasing age just went up!
Here comes a “pop-up” prom boutique!
Federal courthouse celebrates its 10th birthday.
Tower Square transforms – adds new AT&T store and White Lion Brewery!
Vandalism and hate graffiti at a conservation locale in Easthampton.

Brad Shepard Today! Thursday May 11, 2017

Now it’s a fight over the remains of Wally the Gator.

Multiple bids on home sales in the state; how about Western Mass? w/guest John Wynne.

Elderly Monson couple swindled out of ten grand – Monson PD Chief Steve Kosloski weighs in.

Property tax hike in Longmeadow now possible.

(much more!)