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East Boston excited about restoration plans

Getting where one wants to go in East Boston’s Central Square today is not easy for cars or pedestrians. Getting where one wants to go in East Boston’s Central Square today is not easy for cars or pedestrians. (David L. Ryan/ Globe Staff)
By Meghan E. Irons
Globe Staff / July 27, 2010

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Central Square is bustling, with throngs arriving to buy groceries at the local Shaw’s, purchase summer dresses at Tello’s, or satisfy a sweet tooth at the local Colombian bakery. Bikers weave in and out of heavy traffic as mothers push their babies in strollers and cars zoom through the only set of stop lights. (Full article: 661 words)

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