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Roxbury developer chosen to renovate 4 foreclosed homes

Jim McCarthy, who lives in an apartment on Hendry Street in Dorchester, does his part to keep the street clean. One neighbor feels the neighborhood is coming back to life. Jim McCarthy, who lives in an apartment on Hendry Street in Dorchester, does his part to keep the street clean. One neighbor feels the neighborhood is coming back to life. (John Tlumacki/Globe Staff)
By Jenifer B. McKim
Globe Staff / August 13, 2008

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Boston's innovative effort to combat housing foreclosure's effects on neighborhoods reached a milestone yesterday when the city selected a Roxbury developer to renovate four dilapidated homes on Hendry Street in Dorchester. (Full article: 581 words)

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