Brad Shepard Today! Monday, May 20, 2019

Roadway projects this week – listen for a list of locations.
Graduations a-plenty! Western New England University, Westfield State, Springfield College, Bay Path and more.
Mass. State Police Bomb Squad detonated decades-old explosives found in Montague.
Mercy Medical Center presents new, less invasive spine surgery techniques.
Two new microbreweries open within a short drive from one another.
In Palmer, students cheered on their Special Olympics classmates to win gold medals!

Brad Shepard Today! Tuesday, March 26, 2019

Permanent pothole patching underway.
UPDATE: Berkshire Mall now closed indefinitely.
Weed Report: Patriot Care Corp. begins recreational marijuana sales in Greenfield.
State Ethics Commission fines Hadley selectman $5,000.
MGM Springfield builds two new bars.
CAMPAIGN TRAIL: Springfield and Chicopee.
Holyoke School presents a way for kids to offload pent-up energy without disruption.
Palmer High School reopens after fire damage.
Springfield immigrant leaders march for driver’s licenses for illegal immigrants.
Time for the original Western Mass Home & Garden Show.
Chicopee Police warn of obstructed license plates.
Chicopee Police cracking down on underage drinking.

Brad Shepard Today! Friday and the weekend, March 15, 2019

Mass. State Police shut down Route 2 in Templeton to relocate a bear family.
Senator Ed Markey in Northampton next week.
Western Mass. crossing guard Karen Levinsky has a message for motorists.
Excise tax bills are out, Tom Florence explains how the tax amount is calculated.
Alleged arsonist stabs a Springfield police officer in the chest.
Butterball recalls large amount of salmonella-infected ground turkey.
Professional Women’s Chamber holds a “business showcase.”
Palmer High School still closed for at least another week due to fire damage.
Springfield Plaza car fire.

Brad Shepard Today! Monday, March 11, 2019

Bill introduced in Mass. to end Daylight Savings Time.
Authorities are searching for a motorist who may have wound up in the Connecticut River.
Sutton man sentenced to 6 months for growing marijuana.
Springfield woman sentenced for trafficking cocaine out of her home daycare center.
Liquor license approved for a new sushi restaurant on Worthington Street.
FCC warns of an IRS  telephone scam.
Palmer High School closed Monday and Tuesday due to a small fire.
Lenten lunches offered at Trinity United Methodist Church.
10th Annual Leprechaun Plunge at Brunelle’s Marina.
Western Mass. Stop & Shop union votes in favor of strike authorization.

Brad Shepard Today! Wednesday, October 24, 2018

Kellogg’s Honey Smacks back on the shelves after a recall.
More trouble for the mayor of Fall River.
Holyoke Police Dept. cleans out Chestnut and Churchill streets with 142 arrests!
Palmer High senior, accused of a threatened shooting, has been released.
Gov. Baker appoints DA Anthony Gulluni to the Victims and Witness Assistance Board.
200 years of Frankenstein at Smith College!
Allen Street McDonald’s reopens, and presents the Talmadge School with a $5,000 check.
Smith College Fall Chrysanthemum Show!
Fireplace and wood stove safety tips for the colder weather.

Radio Show #17 – Kathleen Delaney

Dance teacher, choreographer, director, actress, singer and restaurateur Kathleen Delaney talks with Brad about a special production at Palmer High School, “Almost Perfect,” and supporting young people’s introduction to the arts.

Kathleen Delaney

Dance teacher, choreographer, director, actress, singer, restaurateur Kathleen Delaney talks with Brad about a special production at Palmer High School. ALMOST PERFECT. And supports young people’s introduction to the arts.