Brad Shepard Today! Tuesday, February 26, 2019

Police Commissioner Barbieri resigns.
Stop & Shop union votes to authorize strike.
Springfield woman arrested for her fifth OUI.
Sinai Temple plans a “Scholar-in-Residence Weekend”
Westfield Kiwanis Club prepares its 50th annual TV auction.
South Hadley’s Loomis Village names Vivian Gladden-Jones as its new Director of Dementia-Friendly Home Care.
Wilbraham Papa Gino’s closes for good.
Excise tax bills are in the mail.
Online sales transactions leads to armed robbery and injury.
Chicopee Mayor Richard Kos will not run again.

Brad Shepard Today! Tuesday February

Meningitis at Smith College
Another accident at the Longmeadow Curve
Chicopee suspect evades police, runs home, screams for his mother
Greene Room Productions, a theater group, moves to the Eastfield Mall
Mass Pike service plaza in Lee, shuts down gas pumps for a week
Tragedy touches Bill Cosby and family
The Sinai Temple Springfield selects their new Rabbi
Friendly’s closes South Hadley location

Brad Shepard Today! January 17th, 2017

New East Forest Park library comes in at 9.5 million
Springfield and Holyoke make the list of the 100 most dangerous cities in America
Children Of Eden to open at the Sinai Temple; with Sheri Levson
Facebook warning... and three rescued roosters