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Janice Wiliams, general manager of Joe Tecce's restaurant, said the traffic from the detours has benefited her business.

Headaches return in North End, S. Boston

By Donovan Slack and Emma G. Fitzsimmons
Globe Staff and Globe Correspondent / July 18, 2006

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Maria Martignetti has had a front-row seat on the roar of Big Dig construction for nearly a decade, from cement mixing to the dismantling of the elevated highway. Yesterday, she was appalled all over again, as traffic, rerouted from closed Big Dig tunnels, crawled by her North End window. ``It makes me sick," said Martignetti, 72, motioning toward Cross Street. ... (Full article: 811 words)

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