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Lawn on D Admission Charges; Weston History Bulldozed

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WESTON—It had been designed by Shingle-style pioneer William Ralph Emerson: "Bulldozers began razing the Benjamin Loring Young House this week, despite efforts by the town to entice the owners of the historically significant mansion built in 1887 to spare the wrecking ball." [Globe]
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SOUTH BOSTON—Is this the future of popular parks in Boston? "The Massachusetts Convention Center Authority's [board] said last week that it may consider charging admission to Lawn on D events as soon as next summer, after first experimenting with soliciting donations." [Globe]