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Loss of old watering hole is a sign of the times

By Sarah Schweitzer
Globe Staff / February 18, 2008

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MARBLEHEAD - In this yachting town where a baby-gear store sells $600 strollers and the local grocery store sponsors organic wine tastings, townie culture has long been on the wane. The number of local fishermen has dwindled to about a dozen, and longtime families have been priced out to neighboring towns. (Full article: 890 words)

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