Williams Football Tops Amherst

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WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- Joel Nicholas ran for 211 yards and three touchdowns Saturday to lead Williams to a 31-9 win over Amherst in the season finale.
 
Dan Vaughn ran for 81 yards, and Bobby Maimaron threw for 125 yards and ran for 53.
 
Williams finishes the season 7-2.
 
 
Men's Soccer
AMHERST, Mass. -- Tufts' Zach Lane scored in the 92nd minute to give the Jumbos an overtime victory over Williams in the NESCAC playoffs.
 
Michae Davis stopped three shots for the Ephs (7-4-5).
 
Women's Soccer
SOMERVILLE, Mass. -- Gretchen McGrath scored in the 21st minute to send Middlebury on to a 2-0 win over Williams in the NESCAC playoffs.
 
Chelsea Taylor made two saves for the Ephs (9-5-2).
 
Field Hockey
MIDDLEBURY, Vt. -- Tufts' Claire Foley scored in the fourth quarter to give the Jumbos a 1-0 win over Williams in the NESCAC playoffs.
 
Abby Lloyd made six saves for the Ephs (13-4).
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Photech Mill Housing Project Could Break Ground in Spring

By Stephen DravisiBerkshires Staff

Elton Ogden of Berkshire Housing addresses the Select Board on Monday evening.
 
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The former Photech mill building on Cole Avenue could be used for housing as early as summer 2021.
 
On Monday, the Select Board heard from the president and CEO of Berkshire Housing Development Corp., who said the Pittsfield-based non-profit was close to finalizing funding for the $16 million project that will utilize the existing mill building and build townhouses at 330 Cole Ave., creating 41 units of affordable housing.
 
"Last week, we had a call with the state folks who are behind tax credits and soft debt, and we mutually agreed to try to close the deal in February or March," Elton Ogden said. "That aligns with the construction season. We have a little bit more asbestos abatement to be done … and we would anticipate about a 14-month construction schedule, which, again, would line up nicely.
 
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