MANCHESTER, New Hampshire - A grandmother with a baseball bat and strong family values protected her sleeping grandson this past Sunday when she found a naked man in her home eating her food.
At 70-years-young, the woman, only identified as "Bonnie," told various news outlets that there is nothing she wouldn't do to protect her family.
“Nobody hurts my family. I don't care who you are. I will go after you,” Bonnie told NECN following the incident.Read more »
VERNON, Vt. - The latest news to come out of the Vermont Yankee nuclear plant is that a soil sample from the shore of the Connecticut River has tested positive for a radioactive isotope of hydrogen, health officials in that state said Wednesday.
The samples, reportedly taken on two dates in July, tested positive for small amounts of tritium, according to Dr. Harry Chen, the commissioner of Vermont's Health Department.Read more »
CHICOPEE - A Springfield police officer was denied a criminal complaint against a woman who videotaped him standing by as a colleague allegedly brutally beat a black motorist with a flashlight during a traffic stop in 2009.
Tyrisha Greene, 29, of Springfield, was summonsed to Chicopee District Court Wednesday for a hearing to explore whether an illegal wiretapping charge against her was warranted - at officer Michael Sedergren’s requestRead more »
Michael Martin is used to getting compliments on the botanical bonanza he has cultivated, mulched and pampered along his leafy, residential lot on the Near West Side.
But one anonymous complaint set Madison's inspection apparatus in motion and kept Martin in thrall for two weeks, an experience that mustered supportive neighbors.
"I know the city has to respond, and all this is complaint-driven, but they don't have to act on it," she said. "Too many people can use that as a way to get back at their neighbor. One anonymous complaint can be very manipulative."Read more »
Miami-Dade Judge Rules that Florida's drug possession law is ILLEGAL!Read more »
Don't go to state-run entertainment -- you might die as a result of incompetency.
"A Star review of documents as well as interviews with weather and safety experts suggests the choice not to evacuate was just the last in a series of decisions by fair officials and state police to ignore meteorologists' recommendations, nationally accepted safety practices, and even the fair's own severe weather emergency plan."Read more »
A woman fighting a terminal form of bone cancer is trying to raise money to help pay bills with a few weekend garage sales, but the city of Salem says she’s breaking the law and is shutting her down.
Jan Cline had no idea, but the city of Salem has a clear law that states a person can only have three yard sales a year.Read more »
A new study shows that when Americans buy products labeled "Made in China" 55 cents on the dollar goes to people in the United States.Read more »
An attempt to move a gay bar about a block from its previous downtown location has been blocked by homophobic neighbors and Mayor.Read more »
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