With tight municipal budgets and landfills filling up, 40% of Massachusetts communities are doing it, and yours could be next.
I always like a good finder’s keeper’s story, so went out to ask locals and visitors about their favorite finds. Click play to watch what happened.
A North Attleborough couple has won $1 million on a scratch-off lottery ticket that they dug out of the trash after inadvertently throwing it away.
The Leominster man who has been asked to clean up his yard or pay a fine now faces accusations he hit his wife.
A beach in Swampscott has seen much better days and now residents say they’ve had enough.
The Attleboro woman accidentally threw out five rings. Waste Management workers helped find them in a big pile of trash.
According to a recent study over 50% of kids get an allowance.
State cameras are catching people with no regard for the community who sneak into neighborhoods and dump all kinds of trash.
Now that most of the snow has melted, we’re seeing green grass and lots of trash, especially along our highways.
The once-beautiful, snow-covered landscapes have transformed into a moonlike surface full of pock-marks and grime. Snow-white has been replaced by snow-grey.