Ready to take down your Christmas tree? If it’s not a flocked tree, consider recycling it! It’s much better for the environment, and there are convenient ways for you to leave your tree for recycling pick up or take it to an area recycling company.
There’s nothing like a slice of homemade pie and a cuppa joe to make the day feel better. During the holidays, especially, serving up a delectable pie is the sweet end to any meal. Here are some of our favorite pie shops in Seattle.
Looking for a way to cut down on prep and cooking time, and enjoy your guests? Here are some great places where you can pick up a delicious holiday meal. Some even offer convenient online ordering!
A collection company said it had enough replacement drivers Wednesday to start picking up garbage in some neighborhoods on the eighth day of a Teamsters strike that has left bags spilling from trash cans and prompted warnings about bears and raccoons on the prowl for easy meals.
With garbage piling up as a Teamsters truck drivers’ strike against Waste Management enters its second week, Seattle will allow residents limited free dumping at transfer stations.
Waste Management started bringing in replacement truck drivers Friday to pick up garbage in Renton and parts of the Seattle-Everett area where trash has been piling up since a Teamsters strike started Wednesday.
Once December 26 rolls around, the undecorating begins. What should you do with that Christmas tree? Fortunately, there are many recycling options for King and Pierce County residents, including charity organizations.
There is so much going on during this holiday season… Why not let someone else cook dinner this year? Here are some of our favorite Puget Sound places to pick up pre-cooked meats, festive platters and entire pre-made meals to go!
It’s time for Fecal Fest at Seattle’s Woodland Park Zoo. This twice yearly event is an exciting time for gardeners to spruce up their beds for fall and winter. Here’s what to do: