Brad Shepard Today! Thursday, February 20, 2020

Holyoke Mall power outage.

Farewell WAAF.

Springfield Symphony’s “Love On Broadway” (with Kevin Rhodes).

Coyote breeding season is here – some important information.

Mayor Sarno congratulates a retiring Springfield police officer.

Westfield marijuana shops license opportunities.

Ludlow Representative Thomas Petrolati steps down at the end of his term.

The kielbasa shortage comes to an end, as Chicopee Provision reopens!

New anti-theft mailboxes are starting to show up in Springfield.

Brad Shepard Today! Thursday, December 19, 2019

Mayor Sarno won’t sign off on entertainment licensing for the Mt. Carmel Society.

Hemp thieves arraigned!

Construction company cited by the Attorney General for underpaying employees.

Springfield Thunderbirds honor The Simpsons’ 30th Anniversary with a name change – for one week!

Pittsfield Police say RIP K9 Niko.

Chicopee Police warn of scamming devices on gas pumps and ATM machines.

Christmas deadlines: Amazon, UPS, FedEx, and USPS.

Brad Shepard Today! Friday and the weekend, September 27, 2019

South Hadley teacher fined by state ethics commission.

30 fugitives arrested in Holyoke crime sweep.

Uber adds new safety features.

Bill Cosby hit with legal bill in the millions.

Ludlow Police post reminder to those under 16 about bicycle helmets.

Post Office now hiring for the holiday season!

Northampton World War II Club puts building up for sale.

MGM Springfield losing some of its workforce to Encore Harbor.

Ventriloquist Jimmy Nelson has died.

Brad Shepard Today! Tuesday, April 30, 2019

Live artillery shell detonated near Chicopee Center.
Sunday: first home game for Springfield Roller Derby team.
Square One Officer Jenise Katalina named Supervisor of the Year.
Fourth Annual Kentucky Derby party to benefit Square One.
World’s Largest Pancake Breakfast coming up!
15 year-old Boy Scout raises funds for new flagpole for veterans.
Springfield church break-in and burglary.
Police officer removed from security team at local school.
Ware Town Clerk Nancy Talbot’s narrow victory in Board of Selectmen election sustained in recount.
Kenneth Laflamme, retired postal employee, pleads guilty to accepting bribes.
No fireworks on the Fourth of July in Westfield this year.

Brad Shepard Today! Tuesday, January 29, 2019

“Forever Stamps” going up!
Longmeadow School Committee in limbo until it fills four spots.
Military helicopter makes emergency landing in Warren.
Dinosaur Discovery exhibition at the Springfield Science Museum.
“Four Sundays in February” in Northampton.
Good Samaritan intervenes at a shoplifting melee in Springfield.
Norah Jones comes to Northampton.
Upset at The Battle Of The Badges Blood Drive!
Magic Yarn Project for children undergoing cancer treatment.
Town of Goshen reaches out to a family in who lost everything in a fire.

Brad Shepard Today! Wednesday, December 19, 2018

Frontier Airlines comes to Bradley International Airport.
Fire at the Liberty Street Burger King.
Cummington residents reject Dollar General’s proposed location.
James Hardie Building Products comes to Westfield.
Sarno vs. City Council; City Council vs. Sarno.
Husband and wife will be Chicopee Parade Marshals in the Chicopee St. Patrick’s Day parade.
Spirit of Springfield planning a Bright Nights Memory Book, and you can be a part of it!
Deadlines fast approaching for on-time Christmas delivery for the post office and other shipping firms!

Brad Shepard Today! Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Section of Roosevelt Ave. closed today.
Several Springfield businesses are not renewing their liquor licenses.
A special birthday at a downtown restaurant, and YOU get the gift!
Jordan Goodman with a report on the retailers this holiday season.
David is a Salvation Army bell-ringer.
USPS, FEDEX, AND UPS mailing deadlines.
Hanukkah celebration in Longmeadow concludes.
Festival of Trees serves more than 100 trees for families.

Brad Shepard Today! Wednesday December 13, 2017

I-291 gaping pot hole repaired!
Opening night at the Majestic Theater West Springfield for “HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS”
Merriam-Webster’s Word of The Year!
Inside New England’s largest postal packaging facility.
Thirteen states sue Massachusetts.
New Culinary Education Center for Springfield.

Brad Shepard Today! Monday, December 11, 2017

What you need to know about snow removal and possible FINES!
Observe the parking bans! Another fine if you do not!
Mass. State Police remind you to plan ahead for storms!
5000 chickens and ducks in truck rollover on I-84.
Sandisfield DPW fire leaves town without snow removal equipment.
“The French Toast Forecast”
Mass. State Police recommend a winter road kit.
Post Office branches extend their hours for the holidays!
“Home For The Holidays” opens at the Majestic Theater in West Springfield.