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Officials mark groundbreaking of Four Corners train station

By Travis Andersen
Globe Staff / July 17, 2010

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More than 50 community leaders, elected officials, and public transit executives attended a groundbreaking ceremony for a new commuter rail station in the Four Corners section of Dorchester yesterday, hailing the project as a boon to the area that will provide residents with new job opportunities and easier access to downtown Boston. (Full article: 317 words)

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