Spring Cleaning

Get your junk together: Cleanup Days coming in May

Check your city's website for exact details on your pickup days

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) — It’s time to do some spring cleaning and get rid of your junk. For Moorhead, Fargo, West Fargo, Dilworth, Clay County, Grand Forks and East Grand Forks, cleanup days are May 2 through 6. It depends on your recycling schedule. There are some rules to cleanup days. Your stuff need to be set out before 7 a.m….

“Stuff The Truck” Event Aims To Help Those In Need In The F-M Area

The New Life Center partnered with the Life 97.9, Luther Family Ford, and FM realtors.

FARGO, N.D.- Although spring cleaning is well behind us, it’s never too late to get rid of items you no longer use. Especially if those items will help others in the community. “It’s important to be continuously investing in our community, whether it’s good times or bad and honestly the less we focus on yourself, I think the easier it…

Social Distancing: Digging Up Memories

Social Distance-Induced Spring Cleaning Has Its Perks

  Now is the time to get those home projects done. You’re at home more, might as well spruce it up. Plus you never know what surprises you might find in your home. I started re-organizing my bedroom yesterday, digging through boxes that have been sitting there forever. And I found something I completely forgot about. You might have noticed…

Donation and Recycling Options Available Ahead of Cleanup Week

People can put what they find while spring cleaning to good use

FARGO, N.D. — The city of Fargo and the community have many options for donating or recycling your used goods ahead of Cleanup Week. People could donate their old electronics at the solid waste facility. Recycling them ensures they won’t just end up in a landfill. “The old tube TVs that come in, they will literally get taken apart by hand so…

Fargo-Moorhead Goes “Out with the Old” By Filling Streets Ahead of Cleanup Week

People across the metro put out their unwanted goods for Fargo Solid Waste to pick up

FARGO, N.D. — Old couches, mattresses and even musical instruments give some new character to the streets of Fargo. “I find it unique. You know I’ve lived in many other places and never have I seen anything like this where the city is willing to pick up your stuff if you leave it on the curb,” said Michael Dillon of Fargo….