THIS STORY HAS BEEN FORMATTED FOR EASY PRINTING
A WEEK ON LYNDHURST STREET

Beating nighttime boredom

Teens have services by day, but take to streets when sun goes down

By Megan Tench
Globe Staff / August 5, 2005

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It was nearing 1 a.m., and Ebony Bell, 16, and her best friend, Mary Boyd, 14, were hanging out on the stoop of 4 and 6 Lyndhurst Street, one of the apartment buildings in the area residents call the Hell Zone. The girls were people-watching, laughing as the dope fiends, drug dealers, and prostitutes paced their block. They said there ... (Full article: 731 words)

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