Brad Shepard Today! Friday and the weekend, July 12, 2019

West Nile noted in Mass. mosquitoes.

Pittsfield prison escapee captured and back in custody.

Bradley International looking for local businesses for kiosks.

Holyoke Mayor Alex Morse considering run against Congressman Richie Neal.

Big Y moves up the date of their ban of single-use plastic bags.

FunZ Trampoline Park coming to the Westfield Shops.

Westfield News Group sold to Reminders Publishing (subsidiary of The Republican).

Mary Beth Ogulewicz appointed Amherst Director of Senior Services.

Holyoke Farmers Market up and running!

Easthampton City Council votes to pass Welcoming Community ordinance.

Hot playground slides and other items can burn your kids!

Baseball icon and author Jim Bouton dies at his home in the Berkshires.

Assignment; Westfield; with special guest, Patrick Berry, owner, publisher, president of Westfield News Group

Berry, PatrickAll about Westfield.

Under the aegis of Patrick Berry, the Westfield News, becomes the Westfield News Group.

The owner, president and publisher, in a candid conversation with Brad Shepard, discusses the future of Westfield; its politics, business climate, infrastructure and the challenges ahead.