Plan something different for your next family vacation. Make plans to rent an RV, pack up the kids and hit the road to some of the most amazing national and state parks in the country.
A veteran State Police trooper had parked his RV on public property on the South Boston waterfront.
A State Trooper whom the I-Team exposed as freeloading in a high end mobile home on city property has been in trouble before.
The I-Team learned that Sgt. Jay Staples, a 30-year veteran of the State Police, was living in an RV parked on city property without paying rent or parking fees. He also appeared to be using electricity without permission.
There’s an unusual sight in Brockton this morning – a camper in a pool.
There are three questions every Boomer needs to be thinking about in retirement.
Adolfo was out in Foxboro talking to fans in the parking lot at Gillette Stadium before the Patriots took on the Giants and asked people if he could use the bathroom on their RV.