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 April 25, 2017

Barnes Air National Guard night flyer training this week.

Stolen bikes in Palmer – police ask your help.

State Police help out Springfield Police in distracted driving crack down.

Campbell’s Soup recall.

Actor Chris Rohas

–much more!

Brad Shepard Today! Monday April 24, 2017

WORLD WAR I concert at the Springfield Armory.

Chicopee School Committee votes on age for Kindergarten students.

Coopers Gifts, and Dress for Success.

Lobster prices dropping (says Schermerhorns!)

Inhaler recall.

Inside the play, IT’S ONLY A PLAY!  opening Friday!

Brad Shepard Today! Friday and the weekend September 23, 2016

Are you really registered to vote?  Are you sure? Blighted Bay Street building to go down, an injury at the Big E, a grant for Holyoke firefighters, and a jam packed weekend rundown of everything happening in the region!  Concerts, plays, fairs, we have it all!  Listen to it with Brad right now!

Brad Shepard Today! Thursday September 15, 2016

Holyoke hazardous waste disposal day, Puerto Rican Day parade in Springfield, a “Mega Challah Bake,” Plastic bag ban proposed for Springfield, tobacco sales age increase for Northampton, a cookie scam in Chicopee, BYOB proposed for some West Springfield restaurants—it’s all right here with Brad!

Brad Shepard Today! Thursday September 8, 2016

It’s primary day in Western Mass, and today Brad brings you the Pioneer Valley Radio Voter’s Handbook!  The information you need today to cast your vote!  You will also hear about local power outages, gas leaks and cultural events from the Majestic Theater to the HGTV show WE BOUGHT THE FARM, featuring a local Wilbraham farm!

Brad Shepard Today! Wednesday, August 10, 2016

  • Springfield’s Union Station’s five million dollar six inch mistake
  • Chicopee relocates entire voting precinct
  • Blandford sues its former tax collector
  • East Longmeadow concert tonight-rescheduled

 

Brad Shepard Today! Monday August 8, 2016

  • BIG Y AND COMM MUSIC SCHOOL “PLAY IT FORWARD”
  • -collecting new and used musical instruments!
  • PLANE OVERSHOOTS RUNWAY AT NOHO AIRPORT
  • FREE MOVIE NIGHT IN CHICOPEE
  • RABIES OUTBREAK IN SHEFFIELD WORST IN 25 YEARS
  • –so much more!

Brad Shepard Today! Friday and …Weekend Round Up, March 4, 2016

  • RIP Captain Joseph Wilk Jr.
  • U S Navy Band, and Sci-Tech high students perform at Symphony hall
  • The Waterfront Tavern’s makeover and reopening
  • Weekend Round Up!   Much to see, hear and do!

Brad Shepard Today! Thursday January 7, 2016

  • Power Ball jackpot at record highs
  • People behaving badly; high school assault, & speeding and expectorating motorcycle rider
  • Charles Williams defends himself in court; wins one, loses one
  • Seniors can apply for a property tax reduction in Warren
  • Macy’s is closing – which stores?

Brad Shepard Today! Monday November 30, 2015

  • It’s Cyber Monday!
  • Easthampton man shows his gratitude to first responders who saved his life
  • Seussian Holiday gingerbread exhibit at Springfield Science Museum
  • TV22 and Marine Corps Toys for Tots
  • MassLive and the Republican and the Springfield Rotary Club, Toy For Joy
  • Farewell to La Mancha, and a personal note

 

 

DOUBT; A PARABLE debuts in Western Mass at the Greenhouse Theater, Hampden

In an interview with Brad Shepard, Mark Giza, the Artistic Director of the Theater Guild of Hampden,  discusses the Western Mass premier production of the controversial play, DOUBT; A PARABLE.

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Brad Shepard Today September 25, 2015 Weekend Round Up

  • Former Lee police chief appeals conviction in higher court
  • Springfield Science museum offering special eclipse night
  • Moose on the loose in Northampton
  • Sobriety checkpoint notice
  • SHE LOVES ME reopens tonight for final performances
  • DOUBT;  A PARABLE, a controversial play set to open in Hampden, Director Mark Giza fills us in
  • A Tribute To The Fluffernut