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Celeste Santiago lives on Lyndhurst Street with two children, a grandson, two doves ‘‘for luck,’’ and a pit bull for protection.
A week on Lyndhurst Street

Neighbors in the grip of lawlessness

Minister vows to reclaim Dorchester 'Hell Zone'

By Megan Tench
Globe Staff / August 1, 2005

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In an effort to stem violence in Dorchester's Codman Square, the Rev. Bruce Wall and supporters from Global Ministries have rented an apartment near a troubled street to see if they can ease the problem by their presence. A Globe reporter will provide daily reports from the street. (Full article: 1314 words)

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