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NEWBURY

Farms getting boost in town

Bylaw aimed at quieting conflict

By Taryn Plumb
Globe Correspondent / August 21, 2008

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A century ago, Newbury was nearly all farmland - green, rolling, idyllic. But as is the case with many other towns in Massachusetts - and across the country - houses have slowly dotted the rolling hills; subdivisions have taken the place of grazing cows and wind-blown cornfields. (Full article: 843 words)

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