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! Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Payton Shubrick of 6 Bricks, LLC wants her cannabis shop in “Gasoline Alley.”
Acting Police Commissioner Clapprood terminates officer Daniel Cintron.
MGM outdoor concert keeps local residents awake.
Suffield man injured by falling tree.
2nd time in less than a week, police are called to an East Longmeadow bank.
Bicycle vs. car in Palmer.
Police seek Bernardston man who removed his ankle monitor.
Meaghan Burns, U.S. Navy, brought home to Deerfield after being the victim of a fatal shooting.
Hundreds of empty nip bottles are being thrown into the streets throughout Western Mass.

Brad Shepard Today! Friday and the weekend, May 10, 2019

Pancakes and merry-go-round rides this weekend!
Lisa Ziegert’s alleged killer appears in court.
The South End community objects to a methadone clinic as proposed.
The Center for Human Development graduates nurturing fathers in a program.
Springfield Police launch motivating program for cadets to join the force.
Greenfield Community College protest poor progress in their new contract.
Amherst Cinema brings you the CatVideoFest 2019!
Springfield Regional Chamber presents “Wednesday Night Live!”
Holyoke Merry-Go-Round offers free rides for all moms on Mother’s Day!
Two Springfield Police officers acquitted of rape charges.
Police ask help identifying People’s United Bank robber in East Longmeadow.

Brad Shepard Today! Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Stormy Daniels is coming to town!
“Westfield On Weekends” concerts!
East Longmeadow School Committee and School Leadership Committee find comity on hats.
Peoples United Bank acquires Farmington Bank.
Baltimore Dunkin’ Donuts causes national fracas for the chain.
Easthampton DPW orders water use limits.
Northampton housing complex forbids window unit air conditioners.
Ludlow Friendly’s at entrance to the Mass Pike closes.
Stormy Daniels – thoughts.