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Vineyard towns ending dry run

By Brian MacQuarrie
Globe Staff / April 21, 2007

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If the Puritan ethos remains embedded anywhere in Massachusetts, Martha's Vineyard might be the place. Of the 12 towns that ban the sale of alcohol in the Bay State, four of them are on the popular summer destination. (Full article: 602 words)

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