Brad Shepard Today! Friday and the weekend, November 30, 2018

Holyoke traffic barriers.
Dunkins warning customers their DD Perks customers may have had a security breach.
Chicopee Superintendent of Public Works seeks job restoration.
Developer plans housing and retail project for Main Street Springfield.
Longmeadow Pipeline Awareness Group oppose gas metering station location.
East Longmeadow resident collects children’s books for Christmas.
Springfield police officer suspended after pleading “not guilty” to nine criminal charges.
Amherst works toward changing the name of the Lord Jeffery Inn.
Don’t throw them away… you can recycle your old broken Christmas lights!
Springfield Thunderbirds shave their mustaches for cancer awareness!

Brad Shepard Today! Thursday May 11, 2017

Now it’s a fight over the remains of Wally the Gator.

Multiple bids on home sales in the state; how about Western Mass? w/guest John Wynne.

Elderly Monson couple swindled out of ten grand – Monson PD Chief Steve Kosloski weighs in.

Property tax hike in Longmeadow now possible.

(much more!)