Brad Shepard Today! Tuesday, July 30, 2019

Mass. Pike work in the hilltowns… get the traffic information!

Springfield mayoral contender Linda O’Connell drops out of the race.

RMV errors continue to be reviewed by a joint committee.

Extreme heat – and restrictions on pet tethering.

Mercy Medical Center honors World Breastfeeding Week with a “Latch-On” event.

La Fiorentina closes Northampton location.

Former Belchertown Police Chief arrested in Granby on drunk driving charge.

Russell Police are looking for the motorist who went through the wall of the Post Office.

Red Cross offers $5 Amazon gift card for blood donations!

Dave Madsen announces his retirement.

Brad Shepard Today! Thursday, June 27, 2019

Marijuana – school zone buffer reduced in Holyoke.

Chicopee police officer fires at a driver who tried to run him down.

East Longmeadow homicide.

Springfield City Council approves a permit for the return of a 16 Acres Daycare Center.

Forest Park downed tree causing power outage.

Professional Women’s Chamber of Western Mass. names “Woman of the Year,” Denise Hurst.

McKnight Neighborhood Council recognizes E. Henry Twiggs and Arthur Jones.

Florence Soft Serve burglary.

Riverfront Park’s Independence Day celebration and fireworks!

Fallout continues from deadly New Hampshire crash.

Wilbraham native named first female CEO of Warner Brothers.

Van Horn Park activates its splash pad!

Jefferson, NH Fire Dept. lowers their flag in memory of the 7 motorcycle crash victims.

Brad Shepard Today! Monday, April 22, 2019

3 year-old Easter Egg Hunt winner!
Free shredding on Saturday – and continuing!
Rain didn’t stop Westside’s Easter Egg Hunt!
C. Henry Twiggs retires from the City Council.
Nathan Bill’s co-owner arraignment scheduled.
State lawmakers want to add “gender ‘X'” option to ID cards and driver’s licenses.
Successful Easter Brunch for a new restaurant.

Brad Shepard Today! Tuesday, January 8, 2019

Turners Falls bridge advisory!
Friendly’s Pot Hole Sundae!
Westfield YMCA offers a cancer wellness program.
Wilbraham Police make massive credit card fraud arrest.
Want a Dr. Seuss license plate?
Mass. gas prices drop down 4 cents.
Cafe Du Jour coffee and pastry shop downtown shuts down.

Brad Shepard Today! Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Biggest Thanksgiving travel period in five years expected.
Head of the Mass. State Police Association faces a federal investigation.
Paul Mina is the new president and CEO of the United Way of the Pioneer Valley.
Arise For Social Justice Director Michaelann Bewsee retires.
Registry of Motor Vehicles warns against hoax websites!
Boys and Girls Club of Springfield throws a free dinner to herald the holiday season!
Spirit of Springfield announces the plans and parade marshal for the 2018 Parade of the Big Balloons.
Hardwick Police station building subject of hearings on problems of mold and asbestos.
Brimfield Police warn Brimfield motorists of a moose sighting!
Greenfield’s new 4-floor parking garage now open to the public!

Brad Shepard Today! Friday and the weekend April 20, 2018

Dr. Timothy Ewing to speak at the Chamber’s Business@Breakfast.
Electronics store that tried to continue where Radio Shack left off closes.
New restaurant in East Longmeadow touts “fresh made pasta!”
Bill Collins, owner of Center Square Grill, reaches out to hire former Bertucci’s employees.
Price tag on repairing the Campanile – going up!
Casa Pizzeria Jimmy in Ludlow; response so overwhelming that Jimmy had to shut off the phones!
Long lines and long waits at the Registry of Motor Vehicles!
Miriam Nelson is the new Hampshire College president.

Brad Shepard Today! Friday and the weekend March 9, 2018

Spirit of Springfield announces 2018 City of Bright Nights Ball.
Springfield Regional Chamber of Commerce holds Business Breakfast.
“The Capitol Steps” come back to Western Mass.
Baystate and 94.7-WMAS raise money for the Children’s Miracle Network.
Springfield Water and Sewer Dept. imposter scam.
Registry of Motor Vehicles unavailable for a few days in March as they change out computer systems.
Holyoke adds two new middle schools for 2019.
Agawam firefighter Pam Murphy, Commonwealth’s first woman firefighter, retires after 32 years.
Somers Village Players offer a dinner theater show!
Amherst orders resident to get rid of livestock – claiming it smells.

Brad Shepard Today! Monday, January 23rd, 2017

New Springfield RMV location opens today!
Springfield City Council announces two new committees
A state trooper delivers a baby on the Mass Pike in Blandford!