Lynn, Lynn, the city of . . . virtue? That’s the city its leaders know and love. And, now, they want the whole world to feel the same. Plagued by the seedy rap since the days of flappers in the Roaring '20s, Lynn plans to embark on an advertising campaign celebrating the city’s charms come fall on national TV. Lynn may not be perfect — and it certainly endured dismal years — but it is more than a punchline to residents.
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