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Employees at Stuff-It Storage found the items as they prepared to auction off the storage unit.
The former head of the school was allegedly found to have heroin and methamphetamine in his possession during a traffic stop.
A Northampton Democrat who had served in the Legislature since 2002, Kocot died last week at the age of 61.
A funeral service will be held Tuesday morning at 10:30 at Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Church in Northampton.
Northampton commissioned research that found the city could lose millions once “MGM Springfield” opens.
Chief Mason explained that when Hadley police arrived at the storage unit, they found an unloaded, but unsecured shotgun.
Smith College said that the student is in the hospital, and they are working to contact anyone who came in close contact with her.
To cope with the potential deficit, the PVTA is proposing raising some fares and eliminating some services.
Monday’s day of action is one of more than 300 similar actions taking place across the nation.
22News explains what contributed to this increase and if the trend will continue for the rest of the year.
22News went to North Hadley Sugar Shack to find out how the maple sugar season is going so far.
The store located at 489 Newton Street in South Hadley closed on Sunday, February 25.
Calling hours will be held today for State Representative Peter Kocot of Northampton who died last week at the age of 61.
The student diagnosed with the bacterial infection lives off campus and is being treated at a hospital.
Traffic will be reduced to one lane in areas of the repairs until this afternoon.
Across western Massachusetts union members and community leaders will protest in National Worker’s Day of Action, Monday.
A 22News viewer captured a photo of what he says is a mama bear climbing their deck.
22News talked with some residents about how they felt that they got snow Sunday morning.
Firefighters prepared a pancake and sausage breakfast several times each year, for the people whose property the fire department protects.