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Route 9 reaches a milestone

East-west highway continues to evolve since its inception as a toll road 200 years ago

Route 9 has come a long way since its gritty beginnings as a rutted road in the days of horses and carriages. It is now home to the Natick Collection, a luxury mall and luxury condo complex. Route 9 has come a long way since its gritty beginnings as a rutted road in the days of horses and carriages. It is now home to the Natick Collection, a luxury mall and luxury condo complex. (Bruce T. Martin)
By Erica Noonan
Globe Staff / September 16, 2010

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WELLESLEY — Every mile of Route 9 has a story to tell. Along a stretch in Westborough you’ll find traces of one of the original mile markers reflecting the region’s post-Colonial economic aspirations. (Full article: 1092 words)

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