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Say goodbye, or good riddance, to old pub

Seedy Waltham Tavern was also beloved by some

The Waltham Tavern in Boston's South End, pictured in January 2006, was being torn down yesterday. The tavern was a haunt for some who pined for an earlier era. (Globe Staff File Photo / David Kamerman)
By Anna Badkhen
Globe Correspondent / September 15, 2007

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The demolition crew ripped up rotten floorboards and yanked jagged metal brackets from moldy walls, gutting what used to be the Waltham Tavern, a tattered South End pub that was shut down last year amid accusations that it was a haven for drug dealing. (Full article: 755 words)

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