A tree removal company’s attempt to uproot a mysterious object with steel legs that is lodged on a Rhode Island beach has been postponed.
Around 100 people gathered for the event, which was meant to be a peaceful show of support.
A co-worker picked up the sandwich for her at a Langhorne restaurant in November, and the two started to eat in a conference room.
Authorities say it’s not clear where the alligator came from, how it got into the pool or how long it had been there.
The man was working on framing in a fireplace at his house near Peshtigo in northeast Wisconsin when his nail gun accidentally fired.
The two boys had been alone for close to two hours when officers arrived at the Salem apartment.
The match was stopped about two minutes into the third round and was ruled a TKO.
Police say a Connecticut woman and her 12-year-old daughter were locked inside a convenience store by an employee who suspected them of stea…
Authorities say the two teenage girls who put the infant in the fridge were charged last week with child endangerment.
The president’s comments effectively wiped away the more conventional statement he delivered at the White House a day earlier.
The service will help people who might have trouble getting to the store on their own.
ATVs drove around three of the greens at the country club, tearing up turf that cost thousands of dollars to repair.
Parents Television Council met in Springfield to address the challenges parents face when it comes to monitoring what their children watch.
For the next 24 weeks, the 83rd Recruit Training Troops will be trained under the directions of their drill instructors.
The State Police Collision Analysis Reconstruction team is still trying to determine what caused the crash.
Police said the woman was reported missing by a friend Tuesday.
Police believe a couple walked in and cut the iconic painting from its frame. It remained missing for more than 31 years.
The National retail Federation predicts that this year’s back to college spending will reach an all time high of nearly $54 billion.
Several outdated laws are still on the books in Massachusetts. 22News dug deeper to find out why they’re still around.
Yankee Candle is looking for people with engineering backgrounds who could work as electricians and product technicians.