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Front row, from left: Ava Martin, Gabriella DeFelice and Isabella DeFelice. Back row: Isaiah Neski, Kevin Huban, coach Jon Martin and Adam Quinto.

Central Berkshire Tennis Team Wins Western Mass U18 Title

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LONGMEADOW, Mass. -- The Lee Community Tennis Association Central Berkshire team this weekend won the USTA Western Massachusetts Junior Team Tennis Championship in the under-18 division.
Isaiah Neski, a member of the Lee team, was awarded the tournament's U18 Sportsmanship Award.
Other team members included Ava Martin, Gabriella DeFelice, Isabella DeFelice, Kevin Huban and Adam Quinto. The team is coached by Jon Martin.
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Proprietor's Lodge Given Extended Outdoor Hours

By Jack GuerinoiBerkshires Staff
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The Licensing Board extended the hours that the Proprietor's Lodge can serve alcohol on its patios to help accommodate social distancing while dining.
The board acted Wednesday on a request from the lodge's owner Eric Taylor, despite concern from the neighborhood, that would provide the restaurant a lifeline during the reopening process.
"This is a unique situation and Mr. Taylor is in a difficult situation much like other restaurants across the state," Chairman Thomas Campoli said. "The neighbors have a legitimate point about this but I believe there ought to be some accommodation to this restaurant and I think we have to view this through the prism of the pandemic."
Taylor said the COVID-19 pandemic has already dampened the summer season and essentially all weddings and events at the lodge have been canceled. They now hope to shift more toward the restaurant portion of the business and promote its outdoor space that will allow more seating while social distancing.  
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