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Red tide again shuts down shellfishing

Algae's return hurts harvest

By Tim Wacker
Globe Correspondent / June 28, 2007

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Red tide has once again shut down shellfishing in the land that made the fried clam famous, leaving retailers and restaurants from Manchester to Maine to ponder the public's response to the third such closure in as many years, and right at the start of the busy summer season. (Full article: 721 words)

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