You've spent most of the day scrolling social media. Each site, full of happy loving couple wishing each other a life full of happiness, complete with full press mush. Then, there's you. The single.
Your search continues, but it doesn't have to go far...
New Hampshire commuters found themselves in quite the sticky situation yesterday afternoon when a truck carrying delicious maple syrup spilled onto Rt. 101. Keene Sentinel's Martha Shanahan provided these photos from the sugary flood.
( Concord, N.H. ) - The New Hampshire Supreme Court has ruled the conduct of a band of so-called "Robin Hoods" in Keene who feed expired parking meters while following officers around is protected under the first amendment, but the city has a right to pursue an injunction against them in the interests of public safety.
This is intense footage. A Keene, New Hampshire man was forced to pull his firearm when he was charged by people that were arguing on Main Street. They did not like the fact that he was recording them.