PA man arrested at Longmeadow TD Bank.
Springfield City Council standing by its cuts to the Springfield Police Dept.
Springfield man arrested selling illegal fireworks to an undercover detective.
Casinos, gyms and museums can reopen as early as Monday.
No swimming at Puffer’s Pond in North Amherst this weekend.
Cinemark at the Hampshire Mall preparing to reopen.
Mayor Sarno and Tim Sheehan release $250,000 to become the fourth wave of “Prime The Pump.”
Springfield Parks Dept. activates its spray pads throughout the city.
MGM Springfield gearing up to reopen July 12, 2020.
RIP Hugh Downs.
Pioneer Valley Radio
Brad shepard Today! Friday and the Fourth of July Weekend
The new health and safety guidelines, handed down to the Mass. Gaming Commission by the state, are causing MGM Springfield operators to question the impact of the protocols on revenue and on the entire casino experience.
Councilor Fenton presents insight from deep within the issue.
He also provides an opinion on Springfield Police reform proposals, and the possibility of a lawsuit lodged by the Council against the Office of the Mayor.
Trinity Health Of New England COVID-19 stats.
Traffic note for Pittsfield.
Springfield City Council wants to sue Mayor Sarno.
Christopher Caputo is the new Springfield Treasurer.
Yeshiva Academy 2020 grads receive their diplomas in horse and carriage!
Fenway Golf buys gift certificates from local businesses and gives them to customers!
MassDOT appoints a new Registry of Motor Vehicles Registrar.
Mayor Sarno announces reversal of police officers reinstatement; Commissioner Claprood comments.
Springfield announces the third wave of “Prime The Pump” program.
Greenfield Schools lay off 43 employees – some are teachers.
Center Square Grill reopens; Bill Collins is excited!
Samuel’s Tap & Table at the Basketball Hall of Fame shutters for good.
Bike thefts on the rise in Longmeadow! Be forewarned!
Kitchen fire leaves five homeless in Holyoke.
Springfield Chamber of Commerce hosts 4 local mayors.
Faces in Northampton closes for good.
Springfield Police Sergeant Michael Daly promoted to lieutenant.
Springfield City Council studies extension of moratorium on new pawn shops.
Police comfort dog, Officer Donut of the Greenfield Police Dept., turns 1!
Hampshire College Board of Trustees Chairwoman quits.
Pathetic crime of the week.
Eversource phone scam reported in Longmeadow.
A free ice cream cone to celebrate the first day of Spring!
Whately driver follows his GPS right onto the woods – and gets stuck.
Springfield City Council delays vote on plastic bag ban.
Springfield Museums present tribute to working women, “We Can Do It!”
Scouts gather to promote several reaching the rank of Eagle Scout.
West Springfield woman asking for help to find a missing bracelet.
Springfield Regional Chamber holds Beacon Hill Summit.
Wahlburgers still coming to MGM Springfield… so they say.
Once-worn prom dresses are being collected for every June graduate in need.
The Melha Shrine Circus ends its 64-year run.
Pioneer Valley Hotel Group has plans for the former York Street Jail site.
Lawyer James J. Martin sentenced.
Helicopters join the search for missing Achim Bailey.
Super Bowl breakfast at the Hampden Lions Club! (with Rick Rubin).
Kielbasa Festival will not be held in Chicopee, and its location is uncertain (with Tom Kielbania Jr.)
Belchertown High School violent fight results in serious injury.
Springfield City Council Committee wants to make sure all residents benefit from pot sales.
Eversource warns customers of another scam.
Longmeadow holds a special town meeting to bring the board up to full strength.
UMass and UCLA have a “food bet” on the big game!
Palmer Agway closes.
23rd anniversary of Downtown Springfield Toastmasters open house!
Gold Medal Flour being recalled.
Counterfeiting operation in Monson broken up by authorities.
MassDOT bans fire equipment over 20 tons from the General Pierce Bridge.
Springfield DPW worked all weekend to clear every street in the city after the storm.
Springfield City Council Marijuana Committee holds meeting on new restrictions.
Easthampton considers a location for a dog park!
New owners of the Tower Square Hotel have plans for renovation to reclaim Marriott name.
Pioneer Valley Radio
Brad Shepard Today! Friday and the weekend, January 25, 2019
Springfield City Council overrides Mayor Sarno’s veto of the “Welcoming Ordinance.”
East Longmeadow man faces several charges after his crash involving a school bus.
Retail marijuana store INSA wants to replace Luxe Burger Bar in Springfield.
Dr. Evan Lau presents a seminar on heart attacks, at Baystate Medical.
Springfield activates a “cold weather response plan.”
The extreme cold and your car!
Attorney James J. Martin is sentenced.
Hampshire College seeks a partner to assist with financial pressures… and may not have a freshman class this year.
Lack of snow slowing down some Western Mass. businesses.
Springfield City Council considering Big Y tax incentive and override of the Mayor’s veto on the Welcoming Ordinance.
Tourism in Western Mass. up by 6.5% in 2018.
Retired Judge Bob Howarth speaks out on recreational marijuana.
Agawam woman testifies against a local lawyer on allegations of sexual assault.
Rita Moreno selected to speak at Bay Path University.
Western Mass. Girl Scout cookie season is here!
Cars and cold weather tips.
Stomach flu making the Western Mass. rounds.
Local businesses fighting the opioid epidemic.
Email extortion scam originating in Southampton.
New Starbucks winter lineup flavors!
Springfield City Council announces committee appointments for 2019.
Encompass Health Rehabilitation is re-named.
Money from recreational marijuana shops will go to their respective neighborhoods.
Southampton Police are asking for help in locating items removed from the College Highway Cemetery.
Wilbraham Police offer a “safe space” for completing internet purchases.
Longmeadow arguments over the rehiring of the Longmeadow Superintendent Dr. Marty O’Shea continue.
Yeshiva Students recreate the turn of the century Jewish immigration to America.
East Longmeadow holds a hearing on the petition to not renew the Town Manager.
Another multimillion-dollar Lottery winner in Chicopee!
In South Hadley, “The Egg and I” is back!
Springfield City Council’s first meeting is this Monday – elections, organization, etc.
Open burning season coming: what you need to know.
Pisgah Road in Huntington is damaging cars.
Springfield’s Central High School Football Team, state champions, now raising funds to pay for their rings!
Chipotle Mexican Grill opens in East Longmeadow.
Raised crosswalk causing drivers trouble in Longmeadow.
Seniors at Springfield’s Sci-Tech High will receive prom tickets and caps and gowns courtesy of a donation from a teacher.
Pioneer Valley Radio
Brad Shepard Today! Friday and the weekend, January 4, 2019
MassMutual offers its Enfield campus for sale; moving operations to Springfield.
Bo Sullivan will complete his late brother’s term on the Westfield School Committee.
Look Park in Northampton Garden House presents Santa’s Trains!
Longmeadow special town meeting held to recall members of the school committee.
Sarno vetoes City Council’s “Welcoming” ordinance.
Be on the lookout for holiday scams!
Watch out for hunters at this time of year!
Mingles in West Springfield announces it’s closing.
Richie Mitnick’s Christmas Spectacular shifts its location to the Agawam Senior Center!
Frontier Airlines comes to Bradley International Airport.
Fire at the Liberty Street Burger King.
Cummington residents reject Dollar General’s proposed location.
James Hardie Building Products comes to Westfield.
Sarno vs. City Council; City Council vs. Sarno.
Husband and wife will be Chicopee Parade Marshals in the Chicopee St. Patrick’s Day parade.
Spirit of Springfield planning a Bright Nights Memory Book, and you can be a part of it!
Deadlines fast approaching for on-time Christmas delivery for the post office and other shipping firms!