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A plan by a Belgian mayor to remove a group of Gypsies by playing loud music backfired when the camping cars stayed put and the children danced to the music. The group, with some 30 vehicles, arrived in the town of Landen, east of Brussels, late
A resolution that bans playing loud music and drinking alcohol at the only beach in Zushi, Kanagawa Prefecture, went into effect Friday as the beach became the first in the Kanto region to open its swimming season. The resolution, which was passed by
Elizabeth Young/Getty Images Belinda worked as a model, lived in a nightclub and often went to noisy parties...Then she went to art school, where she listened to music through headphones while she painted. Now, with a quieter job in finance, she
Several people were arrested in Baytown after a call about loud music turned into a wild scene, according to police. It happened at around midnight on May 4 at a home in the 3900 block of Cary Creek. Officers say they'd been to the residence earlier
Whether playing in a symphony orchestra or a rock concert, professional musicians may have almost four times the risk of hearing loss as their audience does, according to a new study. Based on medical records, German researchers found the workplace
Police responded at 12:45 p.m. to a report of panhandling at the Lafayette post office. Disturbance: A disturbance caused by a juvenile was reported at 11:19 p.m. at Dewing Avenue and Walnut Street. Sunday, April 27 DUI: Driving under the influence
Joele Leotta, 20, moved to Maidstone, Kent, from northern Italy with his best friend Alex Galbiati, 20, a jury was told, but died less than a week after arriving. A murder trial at Maidstone Crown Court heard how five Lithuanians broke down the door
Your daily look at news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today. A judge has ruled to delay the trial indefinitely for a Florida man accused of murdering a teenager during an argument over loud music. Acting Circuit Judge
Attorneys for a Florida man charged with murder in the killing of a teenager during an argument over loud music are asking that his retrial be delayed. A judge in Jacksonville will consider Wednesday the request by Michael Dunn's new attorneys. Dunn'
Mr Barker first arrived on the Roddis' quiet street in 2003 and swiftly fell foul of the neighbourhood when almost overnight, he began dumping battered old cars and car parts on the drive at the front of his home. 'It was a complete eyesore,'