Brad Shepard Today! Thursday, June 21, 2018

First day of summer!
Starbucks closing 150 stores this year.
East Longmeadow’s mosquito patrols.
Connecticut needs lifeguards!
Springfield Armory’s program: The Watershops.
Storrowton Village’s Early American Summer Days Program for Children!
UMass Amherst man dies after falling from a campus center building.
Kim Lee moves over to the Mental Health Association of Massachusetts.
Longmeadow Police are trying to identify a parrot.

Brad Shepard Today! Wednesday, May 30, 2018

Starbucks shut its doors Tuesday, as employees nationwide take the coffee chain’s sensitivity training course.
Northampton animal welfare officials seize 400 roosters from an illegal cock fighting site.
Hadley schools shut down briefly due to nonspecific threat.
Holyoke woman walks into Chicopee homes wielding knife and screaming.
Hu Ke Lau auctions off the former restaurant’s equipment.
Eric Lesser endorses Jay Gonzalez for Governor.
West Springfield Police and the Mayor put Harwich and Ashley Road speeders on notice.
Rising gas prices are hurting Western Mass. businesses that deliver.
Congressman Neal presents Springfield youth with his formal acceptance to the U.S.Naval Academy.

Brad Shepard Today! Friday and the Memorial Day Weekend, May 25, 2018

Memorial Day in review.
Granby road issue.
Judge Thomas Estes suspended without pay.
Two of the auctioned Norman Rockwell paintings from the Berkshire Museum have sold for 8.1 million.
Latest arrest of a student school threat comes from Warren.
Eric Daigle found not guilty of child rape.
Northampton Navy Seal receives the Medal of Honor.
New Monarch Place Starbucks will open next week.
Motorcycle awareness this weekend.

Brad Shepard Today! Tuesday, May 15, 2018

The New Valley Bank comes to Springfield.
White Street Elementary 4th grader names the Springfield Fire Dept.’s newest fire engine.
West Springfield Job Fair.
Newest Big Y Express gas and convenience store opens in Springfield.
Starbucks new “open bathroom policy.”
Papa John’s Pizza closes its two Springfield locations.

Brad Shepard Today! Wednesday September 6, 2017

Passy Pete, the Maine Lobster, has predicted six more weeks of summer!
Want to buy a Springfield fire station?
Gas continuing up! Check the prices!
Bobcats in East Longmeadow
Apple picking time!
Distracted driving course in Amherst for teen drivers!
Pumpkin Latte returns to Starbucks!

Brad Shepard Today! Wednesday July 26, 2017

Food recalls! Bush Beans and Caribena Papayas! Throw them out or take them back!
A new Starbucks for Springfield at Monarch Place!
A new shooting range for West Springfield!
Amherst phone scam!
Holyoke Hummus Cafe expands!
Springfield Jam Fest is coming!

Brad Shepard Today! Thursday, July 13, 2017

“Free Tea Friday” at participating Starbucks!
East Longmeadow says “no” to recreational marijuana.
Sarno on the warpath about low bails!
Westfield McDonald’s gets a makeover!
Salvation Army summer camp!

Brad Shepard Today! Thursday April 20, 2017

Unicorns exist!  (at Starbucks)

Pushy solar salesman in Deerfield

Westfield pothole throws woman from wheelchair

Goat Yoga?

Brad Shepard Today! Thursday,

  • Free shredding in Wilbraham
  • Indian Motorcycle Day
  • Foreclosures up in Western Mass….where does it go?
  • Cosby update

Brad Shepard Today! Weekend Wrap Up Friday November 20, 2015

  • A Civil War Christmas at the Springfield Armory
  • Bright Nights honors public safety officers at this year’s edition
  • License Commission padlocks the Odyssey Bar in Springfield
  • Is a Starbucks coming to Ludlow?
  • Police in Palmer save a man from a heroin overdose at a traffic stop
  • PIE DAY At Teamwork Realty Group in Longmeadow! (with special guest Artie Richton)
  • MAN OF LA MANCHA reopens in Broad Brook, CT

 

Brad Shepard Today! Thursday, May 28, 2015

  • Willamansett Bridge rehab is finally coming to an end.
  • Wilbraham dog owners will soon pay more.
  • Fundraiser for a Westfield woman is planned.
  • Pioneer Valley karma
  • An iced coffee on the run
  • Northampton water ban underway
  • How does a small business survive in the digital age for forty years?