Brad Shepard Today! Monday, March 9, 2020

Overnight guardrail work on Mass. Pike in Blandford all week.

The Mayor and the Fire Commissioner of Springfield announce the new EpiPen program.

Berkshire Medical Center in Pittsfield notes first reported case of COVID-19 in the Springfield area.

125 Polar Plunge fundraisers jump into the water at  Hampton Ponds State Park to benefit the Special Olympics.

UMass Blarney Blowout: a rapper refuses to go on, police make 20 arrests, and a few go to the hospital.

East Longmeadow Veterans Memorial receives a donation.

COVID-19 affects Western Mass. churches.

Western Area Massachusetts Dietetic Association’s 5K Benefit and Health Fair.

Western Mass. Fish and Wildlife officials have begun stocking local ponds with trout.

Brad Shepard Today! Monday, November 25, 2019

Wigilia celebration set in Ludlow.

Hampshire College reclaims its accreditation.

Holyoke Police warn of deadly brand of heroin.

Black Men of Greater Springfield hold “Free Fall Feast”!

District Attorney’s Office and State Police Detectives Unit collect food for local charities.

Agawam Police hold “Stuff the Cruiser” for holiday giving.

Franklin County pastor placed on leave after accusations.

Recount requested in Pittsfield mayoral election.

Parade of the Big Balloons endures!

Berkshire Theater Group announces schedule of holiday dinners and performances!

Brad Shepard Today! Thursday, August 22, 2019

Former Mass. State Police Union head charged in kickback and fraud scheme.

Hampden County Sheriff Nick Cocchi reflects on his third annual cookout.

Georgia-based poultry firm recalls a massive amount of chicken.

The Most Reverend Mitchell T. Rozanski presides at the opening of Thomas Aquinas College.

In Amherst, Craig’s Doors plans to reopen its shelter.

Longmeadow zoning bylaw prevents industrial gas companies from locating in residential areas.

Holyoke launches a new parking app.

Country Club of Wilbraham investigated for infractions regarding an underage worker.

“Lookstock” in Northampton.

Brad Shepard Today! Monday, June 3, 2019

State Senator Michael Brady appears in court on drunk driving charges.

Mayor Sarno asks City Council for 1.5 million for capital improvements for Symphony Hall.

Mass. Trial court considers rescinding some bans on cell phones in courthouses.

Westfield on Weekends MusicFest series for June!

Storrowton Village Museum looks for volunteers.

Three men ordained to the priesthood on Saturday.

Sylvester’s Restaurant in Northampton changes its hours for summer.

Mayor Morse and the Holyoke Pride March.

West Springfield Police ask motorists to avoid a bear near Route 20.

Cannabis Control Commission considers new rules for marijuana distributors.

Watch out for counterfeit bills – they are on the rise in Western Mass.

Electronic prescriptions efforts move forward.

MGM’s gaming revenues are lower than expected… the “high rollers” aren’t coming.