Catholic School's Noisy Recess Prompts Complaints

The U.K.'s Daily Telegraph reports that one town is investigating excessively loud laughter at a Catholic school. Neighbors complaining about too much mirth during recess have signed a petition demanding that the town council do something. The council is conducting tests near the school to see if the laughing exceeds World Health Organization-recommended levels.

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The U.K.'s Daily Telegraph reports that a town is investigating excessively loud laughter at a Catholic school. Neighbors have complained about two much mirth during recess. Some have signed a petition demanding the town council do something. The council has been conducting tests near the school to see if the laughing exceeds World Health Organization-recommended levels for noise.

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