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Diocese to sell school to community group

Jennifer Doyle, president of Presentation School Foundation, with husband Kelley and their daughter, Lucy, visited the playground of the former parochial school, which will be used as a community education center.
By Charles A. Radin
Globe Staff / October 20, 2006

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The Archdiocese of Boston agreed yesterday to sell the former Our Lady of the Presentation School in Brighton to a nonsectarian citizens' group, ending one of the bitterest disputes between the church and a local community that arose from widespread closings of parishes and schools over the past three years. (Full article: 649 words)

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