Brad Shepard Today! Friday and the weekend, April 5, 2019

Beer-infused coffee?
Maine State Police Detective and former Easthampton resident accidentally killed on I-95.
30-foot tree falls on roof and into bedroom of a Plumtree Road home in Sunderland.
Wind and brush fire warning.
Congressman Neal requests IRS to provide the president’s tax returns.
Joe Morissette kicks off campaign for Chicopee mayor.
Area colleges join forces to offer online degrees.
Emergency bridge inspection and road closure in Palmer.
Town of Erving gets a library.

Brad Shepard Today! Friday and the weekend, March, 22, 2019

MGM Springfield’s new rooftop pool may open sooner rather than later.
Don Humason may run for mayor of Westfield; State Rep. John Velis eyes the possibly vacated senate seat.
Easthampton promotes first female fire captain in the department.
Girls Inc. of Holyoke changes its name.
Tolls on Connecticut highways inching closer.
Prospective students learn more about STCC at a Spring open house.
Lorraine’s Soup Kitchen and Pantry is asking for help – they need soup.
Westfield teen heads to Hollywood and “American Idol.”

Brad Shepard Today! Monday, October 29, 2018

Tuesday the Mass. Bar Association is providing free legal advice with Dial-A-Lawyer!
Tornadoes touched down in Hardwick and Hubbardston, as confirmed by the National Weather Service.
110 Grill comes to Hadley and Holyoke.
Liberty Mutual lays off 25 employees.
Springfield Mayor and Chief of Police order safety procedures to protect area synagogues.
Westfield mother and daughter approached by a strange man in a vehicle.
Sparkle, a wellness event from Mercy Medical Center for women, at Chez Josef.
Springfield residents receive free dental care from STCC.

Brad Shepard Today! Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Route 10 Cumberland Farms new store construction starts up – again.
STCC employees try to oust president John Cook.
Springfield city councilor calls for a new Police Commissioner.
Counterfeit hundreds are floating around the region.
United Bank closes three branches in Springfield.
“You Are Beautiful” at the Women’s Business Owners Alliance, with Susan Allen.
Pittsfield K-9 Officer Ciro takes his last ride.

Brad Shepard Today! Friday and the weekend October 27, 2017

Ludlow nine-year-old tossed out of Pee Wee Football game for racial slur!
STCC organization presents college president with “no confidence” vote.
Paul Hogan wins citizenship award from the Ancient Order of Hibernians.
Halloween, candy, the dentist, the troops overseas, veterans and prizes… all come together!
—-weather, traffic and much more!

Brad Shepard Today! Friday and the weekend, September 29, 2017

Thoughts on Hugh Hefner.
Six Flags and Community Music School; donate a used instrument and get a free admission ticket!
Thomas J. O’Connor gets a large grant from “I’m Animal Friendly” license plates!
PETA offers reward for information on person who threw a bag of six puppies into the Blackstone River.
Former WMAS building is now a pile of rubble.
Tree House Brewing Company throws cookout with beer for STCC’s 50th anniversary; special guest interview with Dean Rohan.
A visit to Carol de Carlo’s American International College Radio Programming and Production class.
—much much more information to end your week and begin your weekend!

Brad Shepard Today! Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Italian restaurant for sale!
Tree House Brewing holds big STCC event!
Munich Haus holds fundraiser for the Gray House.
Counterfeit bills in Greenfield.
Springfield brings in three new firefighters!
Franklin County sobriety checkpoint this weekend.
Fox attack in North Adams.
O’Brien’s Corner gets grant to fix traffic mess.
Two Springfield bunglers attempt to steal a watch.
First United Methodist Church of Westfield kids prepare hurricane help kits.

Brad Shepard Today! Wednesday June 28, 2017

Trash problem at Forest Park.
New parking for STCC!
Pittsfield seen as new cultural hub of the region!
Bookmobile rides again!
Truck driver vs. utility pole takes out power to Whately.
Northampton’s new system of downtown parking.

Brad Shepard Today, Friday and the weekend, April 28, 2017

Goat Yoga adds classes!

Bear sighting near a school!

Gypsy moths return.

New Wilbraham Police Dept. building open!

Kitten Month at local shelters!

Brad Shepard Today! Tuesday March 28, 2017

Hamp – Wilb School District trying to save the jobs of some 18 teachers and other employees!

Chicopee Land Fill closing; city will move to Pay As You Throw

Gas prices

Drunk drivers

STCC Drag Show

—much more!