Williams Women Win in Double OT

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WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- Mikaela Topper scored 23 points to lead four Ephs in double figures as the Williams College women's basketball team beat Vassar, 76-65, in double overtime on Tuesday.
 
Emily Chang scored 13, Maggie Meehan had 12, and Maddy Mandyck scored 10 to go with a team-high eight rebounds.
 
Williams (2-0) hosts Endicott on Friday.
 
Men's Basketball
ONEONTA, N.Y. -- Harrison Deegan scored 23 points to lead SUNY Oneonta to a 74-69 win over Williams.
 
Cole Prowitt-Smith scored 17 points, and Jovan Jones ahd a double-double with 14 points and 12 rebounds for the Ephs.
 
Williams (2-1) hosts Wesleyan on Saturday.
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Williamstown Convenience Store Hit With Double License Suspension

By Stephen DravisiBerkshires Staff
Updated 08:00AM

Police Lt. Mike Ziemba reads his report on how police determined that alcohol and cigarettes were being sold to minors.
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Gulf Food Mart on Main Street (Route 2) is facing 30-day suspensions of its licenses to sell tobacco and alcohol after actions by two town boards on Monday.
 
The enforcement actions arise out of a November sting operation conducted by the Police Department against the store that resulted in eight criminal charges against one of its three full-time employees.
 
Police say Inderjeet Singh, known commonly as "Indy," sold alcohol to a person under 21 on three different occasions in November. On two of those occasions, he also sold tobacco products to the same 17-year-old, who was cooperating with the police, according to a memo prepared by Lt. Michael Ziemba. Singh also is charged with three counts of contributing to the delinquency of a child.
 
The Board of Health, which regulates tobacco sales leveled a 30-day suspension with an additional 30 days held in abeyance, after a Monday hearing on the third floor of Town Hall.
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