Brad Shepard Today! Friday, March 27, 2029

New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu issues “Stay At Home Order” for the state.

Northampton Mayor David Narkiewicz diagnosed with COVID-19.

At Munchy’s Malt Shop in Westfield, owner Deb Schultz is feeling the effects of the lockdown.

Springfield Commissioner of Health and Human Services Helen Caulton-Harris offers a heartfelt plea.

Amtrak suspends service of “The Vermonter” and the “Ethan Allen Express.”

Retired Hampden Police Sgt. Bill Joy, diagnosed with COVID-19, is in the ICU at Baystate.

Springfield DPW cancels scheduled household collection of hazardous waste.

Mayor Sarno extends closure of City Hall and public buildings.

Blandford Ski Area closes permanently.

Springfield City Councilors call for further relief of rent, mortgages, evictions and more.

The Gray House takes steps to continue to provide food, offering curbside food service.

Federal tax deadline extended; Mass State tax deadline is not.

 

Brad Shepard Today! Wednesday, November 27, 2019

Peter Pan adds 450 buses for holiday travel.

Sheriff Cocchi throws an endorsement to John Velis for the Senate.

It’s “Grinchmas Time” at the Springfield Museums.

Parade of the Big Balloons almost wasn’t… hear the whole story.

Chicopee Air Force veteran celebrates his 100th birthday this week.

Holiday travel gas prices.

Local law firm donates turkeys galore to the Gray House.

A.C. Moore announces the closing of all of its stores.

A Thanksgiving message.

 

Brad Shepard Today! Thursday, February 21, 2019

Dangerous icicle on 391.
East Longmeadow alleged drug dealer exits a Ludlow diner with cocaine, EBT cards and cheese.
Hampshire College problems result in inevitable layoffs.
Baystate Health residents collect 750 pounds of food for shelters!
Westfield hockey game played to honor Military and First Responders.
Springfield Police officer’s second firing is overturned.
Springfield traffic signals damaged at accident scenes have not been replaced.

Brad Shepard Today! Wednesday, January 23, 2019

JetBlue offers special Atlanta flights for Superbowl!
Springfield School Committee and City Council announce school building renovation programs.
Fire departments remind you to clear snow away from hydrants.
Chicopee Police looking for man who vandalized a church.
Ware School Committee approves contract extension for Superintendent DiLeo.
National Grid fined for its performance in the October 2017 storm.
Concern for the homeless due to the extreme cold; agencies willing to help.

Brad Shepard Today! Wednesday, November 7, 2018

Gray House providing turkeys this year!
Election reflections with Tom Florence.
Food Bank of Western Mass. in Hatfield receives $10,000 donation!
Big events at Junior Achievement of Western Mass., with Jennifer Connolly.
Rare polio-like disease affects 2 in Western Mass.
Greater Chicopee Chamber of Commerce hosts its first holiday bazaar.
Dakin Humane Society offers rabbits at half price!
Brad and Richie are performing live at 2 p.m. at the Agawam Senior Center.

Brad Shepard Today! Friday and the weekend, September 7, 2018

Apple iPhone recall.
RIP Burt Reynolds.
Shelburne Falls’ Bill Cosby sued by his defense team over unpaid fees.
East Longmeadow’s NHL Florida Panthers center Frank Vatrano comes home to check out MGM!
Danny Eaton’s first production of his new season, “Johnny Guitar” had its opening at the Majestic Theater!
Anthony Maloni and his family have rescued the Wilbraham landmark, Rice’s Fruit Farm.
West Springfield High School mourning the loss of JV Basketball Coach Kevin Campbell.
The Gray House teamed up with Hot Table to feed those in need.
The Mattoon Street Arts Festival marks 46 years.
World Trade Center “I-beam” groundbreaking ceremony is Friday at Riverfront Park.

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! Thursday September 7, 2017

New Host for WGBY-TV’s CONNECTING POINT
Westfield Police, and road rage bb gun
Granby Bow and Gun Club, and town square off!
Berkshire Museum severs ties with the Smithsonian
Shuttle service to the Big E! Where, and prices!
Governor’s Council confirms new judge!
Longmeadow nursing home investigation
—much more!