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Penny Morin, solid waste manager, collections, for the city of Lubbock, said recycling can always keep tonnage out of the landfill.
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The city of Lubbock annually flushes more than 9 million gallons out of its water mains and down the drain.
10 hrs ago | Lubbock Avalanche-Journal
Construction continues on a new school for the Lubbock Independent School District at Joliet Drive and Lynnhaven Drive Thursday.
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Join KCBD's John Robison at the Annual Mustang Birthday Party on Saturday, April 19 at the AimBank at 3004 Slide Road.
Follow George Watson's Twitter live from the Texas Tech-Prairie View A&M baseball game at Rip Griffin Park Zach Young, left and Callie Marshall, right, find eggs during the Beeping Easter Egg Hunt Sunday in Lubbock.
Nearly two years ago, we introduced you to the South Plains Mall Walkers, a group of local veterans who meet every morning to take a stroll through the mall.
The homeowner said she opened the door to a younger woman who claimed she was a Kirby Vacuum sales person.
Paul McCartney's upcoming tour continues to grow. The former Beatle has added six more shows to his upcoming run.
Texas country artist Charla Corn is one of the few female singer/songwriters on the scene.
Beginning Monday, April 21, Lone Star Dirt and Paving, under contract with the City of Lubbock, will begin maintenance work on Quaker Avenue.
For the past six years, the Lubbock Children's Health Clinic location at Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard has been operating out of the old Posey Elementary School building at 1301 Redbud Ave. By the beginning of 2015, LCHC officials hope to change that and give the clinic a building of its own.
Caralisa Hernandez, 8, reacts to winning a wooden lemonade stand at Pan-Tex Plywood and Lumber on Thursday during a workshop teaching kids business skills for the May 3 Lemonade Day.
After District 5 City Council candidate Brian Carr identified Elemental Trading Company as a local store known to sell synthetic marijuana on multiple web pages, the owner is now threatening a lawsuit.
Back in January, the State Board of Education voted to allow school districts to decide whether Algebra II should remain a requirement for high school students.
The Bridge of Lubbock will be providing a hot meal to local families in need in honor of Easter on Friday, Apr. 18, from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. In 2012, The Bridge of Lubbock was forced to end their thrice weekly meal offering due to funding concerns.