Brad Shepard Today! Tuesday, June 4, 2019

Perdue recalls 32,000 pounds of chicken.

Springfield man tries to outrun police cruiser, then jumps in the river.

Springfield Plaza owners consider housing for redevelopment of the property.

Either a fox or a coyote attacked an Enfield hiker.

Nick’s Nursery for kittens at Dakin asks for donations, and a local couple will match them.

Mayor Sarno bids goodbye to retiring Chief Development Officer Kevin Kennedy.

Easthampton permanent traffic change.

Bernardston Police save fawn.

Summer pool safety and fence warning.

Summer camps are starting… measles vaccinations are required.

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.