From Western Mass. to Alaska and the Bering Sea, Nick Tokman has realized his dream to sail into adventures on the high seas!
Author David Powers has written a definitive and compelling book about the father of Springfield, William Pynchon. David comes to Springfield this month to speak and to sign copies of his book. But first he joins Brad on Pioneer Valley Radio for an in-depth conversation about Pynchon’s life and times.
The Diocese has finally announced their decision on three possible locations for the new Cathedral High School.
However, many are very unhappy with this decision and a feel a larger commitment is necessary.
Is the Diocese LISTENING to the community?
Listen to this in-depth conversation with Al DiLascia, Chairman of the Committee for Cathedral Action, as he discusses his frustration and dissatisfaction with the leadership of the church on this extremely important issue.
Who is responsible for clearing the snow from the bus shelters?
Casino job training; are all neighborhoods and all persons being considered regardless of economic levels?
Should the jaywalking fine be raised from $1.00 to $25.00?
And the Eversource rate hike… what progress is being made in reducing it?
Join Brad Shepard as these issues are discussed in detail when he goes up close and personal with Springfield City Councilman Bud Williams.
An important program and event for women entering or re-entering the work force! Everything from clothes to coaching available through Dress For Success! Dawn Creighton, the Western Mass Director of Associated Industries of Mass., talks about the nuts and bolts of the program and the big event – Common Threads – in April.