Brad Shepard Today! Friday and the weekend, May 10, 2019

Pancakes and merry-go-round rides this weekend!
Lisa Ziegert’s alleged killer appears in court.
The South End community objects to a methadone clinic as proposed.
The Center for Human Development graduates nurturing fathers in a program.
Springfield Police launch motivating program for cadets to join the force.
Greenfield Community College protest poor progress in their new contract.
Amherst Cinema brings you the CatVideoFest 2019!
Springfield Regional Chamber presents “Wednesday Night Live!”
Holyoke Merry-Go-Round offers free rides for all moms on Mother’s Day!
Two Springfield Police officers acquitted of rape charges.
Police ask help identifying People’s United Bank robber in East Longmeadow.

Brad Shepard Today! Wednesday, April 17, 2019

Goodbye “Georgette”
Tax deadline day.
Annual Extravaganja in Northampton could create heavy traffic.
Springfield man headed to state prison after shooting a dog.
Red Cross lifeguard training.
Western Mass. auto detailer also cleans works of history.
Member of Western Mass. 4-H saluted after 55 years of service.
Drivers confused by new Holyoke Mall traffic lights.
Stop & Shop strike update: local markets benefit.
Western Mass. gas prices creep up.
Red Cross installing new smoke detectors for Western Mass. seniors.
YWCA and others recognized at upcoming Regional Chamber Breakfast.
Columbia Gas checking overpressurization of gas lines in Monson and Palmer.

Brad Shepard Today! Wednesday, March 20, 2019

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.

Brad Shepard Today! Thursday, February 7, 2019

Facebook will now let you UNSEND a text message!
Connecticut developers plan a large-scale marijuana dispensary.
Valentine’s Day is a special day at Center Square Grill – with Bill Collins.
MGM Springfield in prime spot to manage Symphony Hall.
Longmeadow School Superintendent search on hold TFN.
Greenfield Police use new technology to keep their K-9 Officer cool.
Warm and cold temps may bring “Basement Flooding Season!”
Columnist Barbara Carlson along with Congressman Richie Neal to speak at the Springfield Regional Chamber.
Photographer Sandra Costello presents her “Brave Moments” series in Easthampton.
Bobs in Enfield closing after 40 years.

Brad Shepard Today! Thursday, August 16, 2018

Deerfield Police lure starving dog with beef jerky.
Competitive eating champ Joey Chestnut returns to the Big E!
Mercy Medical Center receives the American Heart Association’s Stroke Gold Plus Quality Achievement Award.
Springfield Regional Chamber presenting a forum on the rising cost of health care.
A day at the Sheriff’s Picnic (with special guest Michael Harrison).

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! Friday and the weekend, October 6, 2017

Hurricane rescue dogs available for adoption!
“After Five at the Autohaus”
New state auto inspection equipment not working – but you can still get a ticket!
Confederate Flags OUT at Palmer Public Schools.
Holyoke public school student approached by a suspicious person as she walked to school.
Gino’s Pizza and Grill adds third location.
Westfield’s Zuber’s Ice Cream location may become dog grooming and boarding!