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Fire destroyed a waste and recycling transfer station in east Clallam County. The Peninsula Daily News reports ( http://bit.ly/182t3rZ ) the fire Sunday destroyed a business office, employee break room and roof that covered garbage and recycling
A Ukiah Solid Waste Systems Inc. employee found Escobedo's body on Halloween morning at the company's Ukiah yard...Toxicology results from a Nov. 1 autopsy are expected in four to six weeks, he said...Tiffany Revelle can be reached at udjtr@ukiahdj.
Greg Van Patten. "They found a flashlight with him, so it appears he was going through the rubbish in the dark," Van Patten said. The coroner's office is investigating the death after finding the body of a person, identified only as a local, 47-year-
Some of the biggest names in trash are vying for a piece of a lucrative $1 billion contract to haul and recycle garbage in five Contra Costa County cities. Arizona-based Republic Services, Recology, of San Francisco, and Garaventa Enterprises, of
Pacific Steel of Idaho Falls put the large open-top container at the southwest corner of the lot last year to complement the county's recycling containers. Before it was removed, dozens of televisions had been heaped beside it, next to a row of
Sedgwick County is offering a remote household hazardous waste collection site Saturday in Derby. County residents can bring paint, chemicals and fuels such as gasoline to the site for property disposal...The county also is offering coupons for free
Sedgwick County is again giving out coupons that residents can use to get rid of up to 1,000 pounds of bulky waste such as furniture, electronics and appliances for free. Residents can get a coupon beginning July 22 by requesting one online at www.
Friday, officers were waved down by a group of people who found an unresponsive woman at the transfer station. The woman was later determined deceased by officers on scene. Officers believe the woman was staying at the station to avoid the storms
Frank Lautenberg would have loved his last trip to the huge rail transfer station in Secaucus that bears his name. As they waited for his flag-draped coffin to arrive on Wednesday, officials, former officeholders and journalists spent nearly two
Selectmen unanimously approved and signed a new 10-year contract with cable provider Charter Communications at Monday night's meeting. The contract entitles the town to 3.5 percent of gross annual revenues in town, a number which projects to $135,000