Brad Shepard Today! Thursday, May 30, 2019

Springfield Mayor announces a stable FY20 budget.
WNEU poll shows Mass. residents oppose a lowered voting age.
Fresh Paint Springfield hosts downtown mural festival!
Hibernian events: Summer Picnic has a new venue.
Baystate closes ICUs in Westfield and Palmer.
Springfield plans a bikeway in the McKnight neighborhood!
Chicopee landfill scheduled to close for good.
Additional candidates certified for Springfield mayoral and council elections.
MGM Springfield presents Sunday lunch and dinner buffets.
Pickup slams into diesel generator outside an elderly housing building in Holyoke.
Walking and swimming a daily regimen and life extender at Loomis Village, South Hadley.

Brad Shepard Today! Monday, May 20, 2019

Roadway projects this week – listen for a list of locations.
Graduations a-plenty! Western New England University, Westfield State, Springfield College, Bay Path and more.
Mass. State Police Bomb Squad detonated decades-old explosives found in Montague.
Mercy Medical Center presents new, less invasive spine surgery techniques.
Two new microbreweries open within a short drive from one another.
In Palmer, students cheered on their Special Olympics classmates to win gold medals!

Radio Show #160 – Amy Cohen – Retired WNEU Law Professor, Local Novelist and Genealogy Researcher

Amy Cohen has written a fact-based work of fiction called Pacific Street (CreateSpace, 2016), inspired by research on her family genealogy. The story focuses on characters Isadore and Gussie who assimilate to life in New York City in 1899 and deal with the challenges of being immigrants. As Amy points out, this experience sheds light on current events. To learn more about the book by this retired Western New England University School of Law professor, click here.

Amy Cohen – Retired WNEU Law Professor, Local Novelist and Genealogy Researcher

Amy Cohen has written a fact-based work of fiction called Pacific Street (CreateSpace, 2016), inspired by research on her family genealogy.  The story focuses on characters Isadore and Gussie who assimilate to life in New York City in 1899 and deal with the challenges of being immigrants.  As Amy points out, this experience sheds light on current events.  To learn more about the book by this retired Western New England University School of Law professor, click here.

Brad Shepard Today! Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Dennis Lehane in Holyoke!

Springfield man will not pay for his four lap dances

WNEU lacrosse players cause embarrassing incident

Click It or Ticket coming–we will tell you where!

(scams-town news-people on the move–and more!)