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It’s National Crime Victims Rights week, an observance intended to help victims rebuild their lives. The latest federal statistics show over 3 million Americans are victims of violent crimes in an average year and more than 13 million suffer property crimes. A half-million Americans - mostly girls and young women - are sexually assaulted in an average year.

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Last week the Guardian reported “Facebook and Google will be forced to share advertising revenue with Australian media companies.”

In ancient Egyptian times cats were treated like royalty and became objects of worship. Perhaps that explains why, even today, cats can appear disdainful, seeming to look down their noses on everything and everyone around them. Over time, superstitions developed that associated cats, especially black ones, with evil. That, too, changed when some areas of the world, including Ireland and England, saw black cats as harbingers of good fortune while white cats were considered evil.

Classes resume at Waterford School on Aug. 27. The following is the bus routes for the 2019-2020 school year.

Classes resume at Walden School on Aug. 27. The following is the bus routes for the 2019-2020 school year.