Brad Shepard Today! Wednesday, October 30, 2019

October storm of 2011 – 8th anniversary.

Xanax recall.

“Booritos” at Chipotle Mexican Grill.

Westfield Mayor Brian Sullivan to step down in November.

Springfield bill proposed to ban marijuana businesses within 500 ft. of drug treatment facilities.

Adolfo’s Ristorante in downtown Springfield closes for good.

Professional Women’s Chamber fundraiser for “Dress For Success.”

Holyoke Community College offers courses in emergency preparedness for EMTs.

Brad Shepard Today! Thursday, October 24, 2019

Nationwide school bus safety recall.

Feds raid downtown strip club and restaurant.

Pat Kandianis and Pay4Education in Springfield.

Holyoke St. Patrick’s Parade Committee names their Citizen’s Award recipient.

Baird Middle School in Ludlow closed for three days due to flooding.

Chicopee police officer and K-9 partner retire together.

Greenfield Halloween rumor addressed.

Holyoke proposes short and long term fix to water main issues.

Springfield Fire Dept. announces a line of duty death.

Brad Shepard Today! Friday and the weekend, August 16, 2019

Chicopee Police issue bear warning!

MassDOT indicates the RMV owes 45,000 letters to other states, and 2400 in-state.

17 year-old girl rushed to hospital after a horse rolled over on her at Dry Brook Stables.

Passenger train service from Springfield to Holyoke, Northampton and points north could begin by August 30.

MassMutual Center hosts World Quilt New England.

Big Y pulls in thousands of pounds of pet food to be distributed.

Second Chance Animal Services offers $5.00 rabies shots.

Sobriety checkpoint for Hampden County scheduled for today.

Arte-E Pizza to become Sok’s Siam.

Police dog recovering from minor injuries from a roof fire at the MGM kennel.

Music at Club One in Feeding Hills.

Brad Shepard Today! Thursday, July 11, 2019

Ashley Gearing comes home to Western Mass. with her new group!

Starbucks Unicorn Tie-Dye Frappuccino.

Springfield mayor considers bringing back the Tinkerbell and the Pedal N’ Party bus.

CityStage returns in limited form to present 4 jazz concerts.

Victor Bruno to sell Adolfo’s and Art-e’-Pizza.

Charlotte Russe returns to the Holyoke Mall.

$5,000 reward offered for information on suspicious fires on the Northampton bikeway.

Construction underway on Olive Street in Greenfield.

Chicopee Farmers Market open for the summer!

Tractor trailer stuck under Northampton overpass – 2nd time in a month.

Brad Shepard Today! Monday, March 11, 2019

Bill introduced in Mass. to end Daylight Savings Time.
Authorities are searching for a motorist who may have wound up in the Connecticut River.
Sutton man sentenced to 6 months for growing marijuana.
Springfield woman sentenced for trafficking cocaine out of her home daycare center.
Liquor license approved for a new sushi restaurant on Worthington Street.
FCC warns of an IRS  telephone scam.
Palmer High School closed Monday and Tuesday due to a small fire.
Lenten lunches offered at Trinity United Methodist Church.
10th Annual Leprechaun Plunge at Brunelle’s Marina.
Western Mass. Stop & Shop union votes in favor of strike authorization.

Brad Shepard Today! Thursday, March 15, 2018

Jazz Festival returns to Northampton.
Marie McCourt to run for State Rep.
Mass. State Police say, “Clear the snow before you go!”
Ongoing effort to keep St. Mary’s in Westfield open.
Farewell to the Hofbrauhaus.
Victor Bruno squares off against the Springfield Historical Association.
Ford recall- – steering wheels are coming off.

Brad Shepard Today! Wednesday February 14, 2018

Free concert in downtown Springfield for the first day of Spring!
Victor Bruno is excited to open his new downtown restaurant, Art-e’-Pizza!
All of our Western Mass. senators are running again! Check out the rundown…
Lupa Zoo holds its 15th annual winter fundraiser.
Financial correspondent Jordan Goodman explains the recent stock market drop.
Italian Cultural Center needs help to restore the center after their burst pipe and flooding.