MCLA Women's Cross Country Competes at Western New England

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SPRINGFIELD, Mass. -- The MCLA women's cross country team ran Saturday morning in the Western New England Invitational.  The Trailblazers finished 15th in the 17 team field.
 
The meet was won by Mount Holyoke.   Hannah Rieders of MHC took the top individual honors.
 
For MCLA, they were led by Julie Hammill's 52nd place finish. She covered the course in 25:29. Hannah Poplawski was 70th for MCLA with a time of 26:31.
 
Jenna Berg clocked in at 100th with a time of 31:42. Domenica Gomez (33:30) and Hunter Schrade (53:40) also ran for the Trailblazers.
 
MCLA is back in action in two weeks at the MASCAC Championships.
 
Women's Soccer
WESTFIELD, Mass. -- Marissa Jacob scored a pair of goals to lead Westfield State to an 8-0 win over MCLA on Saturday.
 
Megan Richardson had 14 saves for the Trailblazers (2-11-1, 0-5 MASCAC), who host Hartwick on Tuesday.
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North Adams Finance Advises More Information on Sullivan Proposal

By Tammy DanielsiBerkshires Staff

Finance Committee members Wayne Wilkinson and Chairwoman Marie T. Harpin want more information on the funding and time line.
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The Finance Committee is sending a proposal to create a manufacturing training center back to the City Council with a recommendation to get more information from the mayor. 
 
The council put the sale of Sullivan School to the newly organized Berkshire Advanced Manufacturing Training and Education Center, or BAMTEC, on pause last week even as it approved the sale of two other city properties. 
 
Councilors expressed concern over the purchase offer of $1 as well as the proposed $14 million in financing for the project and zoning, since the proposal referred to future maker spaces and business incubators in the residential neighborhood. 
 
"I think the concept of what you guys are trying to do is absolutely wonderful. Whether we want to give you a building for dollar, I have a hard time swallowing," said committee member Wayne Wilkinson.
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