Radio Show #401 – Special Report: The Capitol Invasion, with Tony Cignoli

In a special report to Pioneer Valley Radio, International Political Consultant Anthony Cignoli presents an overview of the break-in by protesters at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C.

The slow response by law enforcement, the reactions of high-ranking members of Congress of both parties, the call for the removal of the president by exercise of the 25th Amendment, and the overall culpability of President Trump all fall under discussion.

The vice president’s role and the legacy of President Trump are matters for analysis by Anthony Cignoli, of the A.L. Cignoli Company.

Email: anthonycignoli@bluesky-wireless.net

Brad Shepard Today! Friday, January 8, 2021

Tony Cignoli on the Capitol protest.

Agawam Health Director Michael Theroux on vaccination phases.

Governor Baker announces an extension to gathering limitations.

East Longmeadow has a new Chief of Police.

Mass. State Police give assurances on protest monitoring.

Chicopee first responders uncover drug operation at fire.

Dakin Humane Society offer a COVID-19-compliant curbside clinic.

Brad Shepard Today! Friday and the weekend, August 28, 2020

Governor Baker announces that Springfield is now at its lowest risk for COVID-19.
Mayor Sarno announces the death of former Springfield Mayor William Sullivan.
Tony Cignoli remembers the late Mayor Sullivan.
Mayor Sarno and Congressman Neal announce the Elm Street Redevelopment project.
Pioneer Valley home sales are now up by nearly 3 percent.
Tax-free holiday weekend mall hours.
UMass furloughs 850 employees.
Regal Cinemas reopens in the MGM Casino.
Cartamundi is hiring!

Brad Shepard Today! Friday and the weekend, April 17, 2020

Holyoke Soldiers Home – current stats.

East Longmeadow man arrested in connection with arson at a Jewish assisted living home.

Local hospitals report patients’ fear of the emergency room due to the virus.

Center Square Grill expands its hours and its deliveries.

Smith and Wesson and Eastman Chemical Company donate face shields to first responders.

BJ’s Wholesale Club offers “customer appreciation hour.”

Nadim’s donates meals to Mercy Medical Center.

Bethany Assembly of God presents food to Agawam seniors.

BaystateHealth Systems President & CEO Dr. Mark Keroack with an update.

Ludlow Superintendent of Schools Todd Gazda delivers a very special message to the students and parents of the school district.

Brad Shepard Today! Thursday, June 13, 2019

David Ortiz update.

Ludlow political advisor to many presidents, James King, has died. Tony Cignoli remembers him.

The philosophy of Bob the Bike Man.

Springfield murder house on the market.

New refrigerator needed for indian Orchard’s Community Survival Center.

A dirt bike accident on Main Street, as Springfield lawmakers push for stronger penalties.

Riverfront Park reopens after huge upgrade.

Sewer workers rupture a water main that floods the I-91 parking garage.

Two high school students stage a car show in Longmeadow!

Brad Shepard Today! Tuesday, June 5, 2018

What are the plans for the former Colony Club?
Wilbraham man and New York man purse-snatching team.
Stewart Weldon’s plea in court.
First female president of Smith College has died.
How many turkeys are on the loose in Mass?
Gas prices hit plateau.
MGM Springfield announces the “Comedy Get Down” for the Mass Mutual Center.
Greenfield man’s second OUI for driving into a fire scene.
Tony Cignoli on the Late Jim Madigan.