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Fall Foliage Children's Race Winners Announced

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NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — This year's Children's Fair & Races were moved to the North Adams Armory on Saturday because of the potential for rain. 
 
The fair offered a variety of activities and informational booths and was sponsored by the Northern Berkshire United Way and Youth Center Inc. in Cheshire. 
 
The races were run in age divisions of 9 or younger. The winners are: 
 
Tots: Age 3 and Younger
 
First place: Vivienne Greene; second place: Liam Brown; third place: Atticus Newell.
 
Preschool: Ages 4-5
 
First place: Jared Brown; second place: Dante Maselli; third place: Noah Bouthillette.
 
Peewee: Ages 6-7
 
First place: Judah Rogers; second place: Kyle Peterson; third place: Benjamin Wiessner. 
 
Junior: Ages 8-9
 
First place: Genevieve Greene; second place: Landon LaValley; third place: Isaac Zappula.

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North Adams Restaurant Has to Reapply for Alcohol License

By Tammy DanielsiBerkshires Staff
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Desperados restaurant won't be able to serve alcohol until it gets a new license under its new ownership. 
 
Former owner Peter Oleskiewicz and new manager Chris Bonnivier had been scheduled to discuss the transition situation with the License Commission on Tuesday but Commissioner Rosemari Dickinson informed her colleagues that the restaurant's license had been turned in. 
 
"Mr. Oleskiewicz hand-walked his license to surrender to us yesterday," Dickinson said at Tuesday's meeting. "So the license is no longer. He voluntarily surrendered it."
 
Since the property no longer has a valid license, the alcohol cannot even be stored at 23 Eagle St., she said, because the pouring license is no longer in effect. The alcohol can be sold to other license holders, with permission of the Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, or back to the distributor. 
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