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Wellesley officials fear that the new Dunkin’ Donuts shop will damage the character of the town center.

In Wellesley, character counts

But town loses bid to bar new Dunkin' Donuts shop

By Donovan Slack
Globe Staff / March 30, 2006

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Few things are as inextricable from the New England identity as the ubiquitous pink-and-orange of Dunkin' Donuts shops, so common they're used for business meetings and cited as landmarks in driving directions. But not so, apparently, in Wellesley. (Full article: 849 words)

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