Brad Shepard Today! Friday and the weekend, September 13, 2019

Arrest made in defacement of the Springfield 9/11 monument.

Most Reverend Bishop Rozanski presiding over a special Sunday Mass at the Big E.

Explosive device in an Agawam home safely removed and detonated.

Mercy Medical Center CEO resigns.

Bank of America building in Westfield purchased.

Navy sailors sworn in at Riverfront Park Springfield.

FEMA warns certain Springfield residents to obtain flood insurance.

Registration time for the Bright Nights 5K Road Race!

Two new Delaney’s Markets are planned in Westfield and Wilbraham.

Brad Shepard Today! Wednesday, August 28, 2019

Back-to-school traffic brush up

Cottage Street, Easthampton traffic note.

MGM Springfield opens new Casino Bar.

Brimfield Fair back for the Fall edition Antique Flea Market.

Amherst looking to buy 150-acre Hickory Ridge Golf Course.

Western Mass. college students head back to campus this week.

Pinning ceremony and promotion of Springfield PD Lt. Richard Randolph.

Returning college students face the high cost of textbooks!

Longtime Springfield Police Officer charged with sexual assault.

Wilbraham Police Dept. report a lottery phone scam.

Brad Shepard Today! Tuesday, April 30, 2019

Live artillery shell detonated near Chicopee Center.
Sunday: first home game for Springfield Roller Derby team.
Square One Officer Jenise Katalina named Supervisor of the Year.
Fourth Annual Kentucky Derby party to benefit Square One.
World’s Largest Pancake Breakfast coming up!
15 year-old Boy Scout raises funds for new flagpole for veterans.
Springfield church break-in and burglary.
Police officer removed from security team at local school.
Ware Town Clerk Nancy Talbot’s narrow victory in Board of Selectmen election sustained in recount.
Kenneth Laflamme, retired postal employee, pleads guilty to accepting bribes.
No fireworks on the Fourth of July in Westfield this year.

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! Friday and the Weekend, June 29, 2018

Big announcement for this year’s “Ride to Remember!”
Carregan’s Lounge agrees to fold; Mayor Sarno very pleased.
Superior Court judges Mary Lou Rup and Tina S. Page retire.
Chicopee firefighter Theo Dickerson retires after 32 years!
South Hadley bans plastic bags.
Springfield man charged with assaulting a dog.
Westfield woman feels threatened while rollerblading on bike path.
Western Mass. Pioneers have a big Saturday soccer game (with Greg Kolodziey)
Weekend fireworks schedule.

Brad Shepard Today, Wednesday, June 6, 2018

MGM Springfield clears one hurdle in extending drinking to after hours.
The last days of Bon•Ton.
Mass. woman’s fatal weekend parachute accident.
A dozen people issued court summonses over downtown demonstration.
West Springfield McDonald’s was closed (and has reopened) after losing their hot water.
Springfield man bites police officer.
South Hadley adds another police officer to its school campus.
Mass. potato chip assault.

Brad Shepard Today! Wednesday, February 7, 2018

Springfield man and a man from Spain arrested in string of “jackpotting” ATMs!
Winterfest in Easthampton!
Art Garfunkel in Northampton!
Thunderbirds return home and to the MassMutual Center.
The Pub and Pretzel opens this Spring!
UMass/Amherst fallout; post-Super Bowl chaos perpetrators appear at arraignment.
Springfield church robbed.