• Complaints temporarily halt anthem, announcements for Carver Little League

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    CARVER, Mass. - The national anthem was played at Monday's youth baseball championship game in Carver, but that wasn't the case last weekend. 

    A neighbor near Majors Field called police Saturday morning to make a Disturbing the Peace complaint because the game was too noisy. As a result, the Carver Cranberry League decided to stop playing the national anthem before games, as well as music in between innings.

    Player introductions were also halted.

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    Parents at Monday’s game could not believe someone called police, calling the results "sad." 

    The league president told Boston 25 News that a neighbor also made a noise complaint during a game on Memorial Day.

    After speaking with police, the league has decided to once again play the national anthem, music and announce players during their games.

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