Northampton Bar Loses License For Five Days

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Northampton Bar Loses License For Five Days

The Northampton License Commission has suspended the liquor license of Tully O’Reilly’s and The Elevens for five days.  The commission found the bar in violation for a June 16th incident that resulted in fights and seven arrests.  Entertainment at Tully’s has been restricted to live music with no more DJs allowed.  However, the commissioners rejected Police Chief Russ Sienkiewicz’s request to roll back closing time from 2 a.m. to 1 a.m.


Photo courtesy of the Daily Hampshire Gazette

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