Brad Shepard Today! Thursday, November 1, 2018

Freddy Geas suspected of Bulger prison murder.
Bill Collins of the Center Square Grill is raising funds for Shriners Hospital.
Mookie Betts wins everyone in America a free taco from Taco Bell.
Longmeadow 911 calls now go directly to Longmeadow Police instead of being routed through the State Police.
Campaign crunch time! Puppolo vs. Flannery.
Two Springfield police officers arrested.
Early voting coming to an end.

Brad Shepard Today! Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Taco Bell’s “Steal a Base, Steal a Taco.”
The Quabbin is at 96% capacity.
After the MGM opening and its first month, how is business in downtown Springfield? Let’s ask Nadim Kashou.
West Springfield hears a proposal on new chicken laws in the town.
A new community theater in Holyoke, K and E Theater Group, presents “Sweeney Todd”! (with Eddie Zitka)
Plastic bags may be banned in Greenfield.
Wilbraham town planners reject latest school plan.
Nueva Esperanza in Holyoke.
Fallas Stores close all Massachusetts locations.

Brad Shepard Today! Friday and the weekend, June 22, 2018

RIP Charles Krauthammer.
MGM Springfield chooses Regal Cinemas to operate its movie theater complex.
New Taco Bell restaurant on Breckwood Boulevard.
Dangerous summer toys report.
Weekly police chase, Chicopee through Holyoke
Basketball Hall of Fame renovation, Phase 1.
New Sav-A-Lot supermarket comes to Breckwood Boulevard.

Brad Shepard Today! Thursday, January 4, 2018

The Weatherbomb and Western Mass. – the forecast, the projections, parking bans, trash pick-ups, etc!
Two Springfield establishments will not receive renewed liquor licenses.
Hadley DONUT WARS!
Scammer calls… a police officer!
Taco Bell adds $1 fries!
Annemarie Barrett-Doyle will walk your dog in all kinds of weather!

Brad Shepard Today! Wednesday, November 30th, 2016.

A new Taco Bell for Ware; the Hampden PD announces a “safety zone” for the transaction of internet purchases for the holidays. Michael Harrison is Brad’s special guest, joining him for a frank conversation about the Hampshire College flag issue and freedom of speech. Speaking of freedom of speech – an Amherst man who walked around the town naked a few years ago finally has his court case settled.

 

Brad Shepard Today! Friday and the weekend, March 25, 2016

  • Easter weekend info
  • Sobriety checkpoint!
  • Pittsfield man angry at closed Taco Bell cracks up car
  • Ware couple pull a dine and dash
  • Pittsfield woman drags West Springfield cop in getaway
  • Wilbraham republican noms
  • Weekend round-up–lots of egg hunts for the kids!