More than 100 Complete Mount Greylock Road Race

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ADAMS, Mass. — Jacob Wormald Sunday won the 46th annual Mount Greylock Road Race in a time of 57 minutes, 1.26 seconds.
 
Wormald, of Nashua, N.H., reached the summit with a pace of 7:07 and finished more than a minute and a half ahead of runner-up Brandyn Naro of Nashua, N.H.
 
The top woman in the field was Merrimack, N.H's, Kassandra Marin, who finished in 1:01.58.48. She finished eighth overall.
 
The top Berkshire County finisher was Williamstown's Matthew Howard, who placed sixth overall in 1:01:30.85.
 
The top Berkshire County woman was Adams' April Pitroff Varellas, the fifth woman overall across the finish line and the 28th runner overall in 1:13:58.13.
 
The race saw 123 finishers.
 
Age group winners included:
Male 20-29, John Paquet, Woburn, 1:11:02.11.
Male 40-49, Paulo Amaral, Lowell, 1:02:01.11.
Male 50-59, Steven Brightman, Providence, R.I., :59:44.26.
Male 60-69, Richard Larsen, Shelburne Falls, 1:10:28.21.
Male 70-over: Richard Stockdale, Mason, N.H., 1:23:35.07.
Female 20-29, Kelly Snyder, Somerville, 1:10:48.48.
Female 40-49, Liz Lieman, Florence, 1:11:38.15.
Female 50-59, Kara Hass, Chelmsford, 1:17:47.22.
Female 60-69, Jacqueline Shakar, Sutton, 1:20:11.46
Female 70-over, Laura Clark, Saratoga Springs, N.Y., 2:35:20.88.
 
Full results are available here.
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Adams Altering Two Precincts to Reflect Changes in Population

By Jack GuerinoiBerkshires Staff
ADAMS, Mass. — The Selectmen last week voted to alter Precincts 2 and 3 to better match population. This won't change the number of town meeting members but it will change the voting precinct for one.
 
Town Clerk Haley Meczywor presented new Census data to the board Wednesday and said with a decrease of 299 residents over a 10-year period, the state has recommended that the town change the borders of the two precincts.
 
"In order to make our precincts as equal as possible, the state is recommended that we make a minor change from Precinct 3 to Precinct 2," she said.
 
The last Census was done in 2010. Then, the population count was 8,485. In 2020, the count was 8,166 — a 299 decrease. 
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