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A wing of a 12-story beachfront condo building has collapsed in a town outside Miami, killing at least one person while trapping residents in rubble and twisted metal

Padres partnering with local college bowl; ballpark modifications expected in time for 2021 game matching Pac-12, ACC teams

Property owners complained about management of the neighborhood’s maintenance assessment district

California is contending with what could be the most contagious coronavirus variant to date, prompting officials to warn that residents face significant risk if they are not vaccinated.

For mature audiences only, SeaWorld San Diego’s Howl-O-Scream will feature haunted houses, live shows, specialty cocktails and coaster rides in the dark

Despite an older study that found remote work was less common than once predicted, San Diego startup workers are faring better than most

The nationwide IPO boom is helping the region’s life sciences and tech firms tap public markets, setting the stage for what could be a record number of IPOs this year

The singer-songwriter, who moved to San Diego in 1992 to attend Cal State San Marcos, said: ‘I still have months of treatment ahead of me but I’m trying to remain hopeful and positive’

State and national politics

The $1-trillion infrastructure deal, if successfully enacted, would mark the first major bipartisan legislative accomplishment for Biden

The Biden administration plans to evacuate thousands of Afghan interpreters and others who worked with U.S. forces during the long war

The chief of the Border Patrol says he has been forced out after less than two years in a position that lies in the crosshairs of polarizing political debate

Vice President Kamala Harris will visit the southern border Friday, the administration confirmed. Republicans have criticized her for months for not going.

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Alberto Cortez, known as “El Terrible,” will talk about the Despensathon free food distribution drive-thru event, which will be held Saturday, June 26, at Chula Vista Center.

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The tortilla throwing incident at Coronado High School has a new twist as someone has come forward and taken responsibility.

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As part of The San Diego Union-Tribune’s effort to support local journalists, we awarded six grants last year for reporting on social justice issues.
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MIGRANT VOICES TODAY FILM COMPETITION

The Migrant Voices Today Film Challenge showcases diverse short-form films exploring loss, separation, current political realities and COVID-19’s effects on migrants, refugees and asylum seekers on a worldwide scale.

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José Zelaya, the Disney Television Animation’s only Salvadoran designer and digital animator, as a boy dreamed he would “work for Mickey Mouse.”

‘no i am not bleaching my skin for the role,’ tweeted ‘West Side Story’ breakout Rachel Zegler after being cast as Snow White in Disney’s remake.

Ana Guerrero, chief of staff to Mayor Eric Garcetti, disparaged Huerta in Facebook comments reviewed by The Times. A Garcetti spokesman said Guerrero will be on “administrative leave for the foreseeable future, unpaid for a month.”

Before the vote people objected that the district will be indoctrinating students in critical race theory

The U.S. Homeland Security Department says thousands of asylum-seekers whose claims were dismissed or denied under a Trump administration policy that forced them to wait in Mexico for their court hearings will be allowed to return for another chance at humanitarian protection

The small vessel was discovered late Sunday night off the coast of La Jolla with 12 men and eight women on board

A new Biden administration policy grants legal protections for those waiting for U visas, created to help undocumented immigrants feel safe coming forward to police when they are victims of crimes

New 18-month reprieve from deportation welcome, but community advocates say more needs to be done to protect those fleeing a country in political and economic upheaval

Known this year as Home Grown Fun, the Del Mar Fairgrounds is still the place to find the finest fried foods

Summer doesn’t have to be about blockbusters or superheroes, here’s a look at five unconventional summer movies

Local recipients were Avonte Hartsfield of Rollin Roots vegan food truck and Gustavo Tonella of Doggos Gus Mexican Hotdogs in Imperial Beach

Montejano previously served as executive chef at the year-old Huntress steakhouse in downtown San Diego

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Las Vegas Junk Removal, Dumpster Rental Leader Junk Control Launches New Website

Mobile-friendly new website makes it easy to learn about company's low prices, dedication to customer satisfaction, and full range of top-quality services, Junk Control reports

LAS VEGAS - September 25, 2018 /MarketersMedia/

Junk Control, Las Vegas's most affordable and frequently recommended Junk Removal and Dumpster Rental company since 2004, has launched a new website. The mobile-friendly new site makes it easy to learn why Las Vegas residents and businesses have chosen Junk Control for more than 66,000 jobs over the years.

Junk Control customers can expect to save as much as 15 percent compared to the lowest prices offered by competitors. At the same time, Junk Control's deep commitment to customer satisfaction and quality of service ensure that every job will be done right and on time.

"We're happy to report that we've just put our brand new website online," said Junk Control owner and President Rich Taggard. "Ever since we opened our doors in 2004, we've been dedicated to serving our customers at the highest level, and that includes keeping them well informed. Our new website makes it even easier to learn about why so many have chosen us to cater to their own trash pickup, junk removal, and dumpster rental needs. Saving money does not need to mean compromising, as we never tire of showing with every job."

Nearly eight million tons of solid waste was generated statewide in 2016, the most recent year for which the Nevada Division of Environmental Protection (NDEP) has published statistics. With much of that activity occurring in Las Vegas and surrounding Clark County, having access to reliable, affordable junk removal services has never been more important. The NDEP's 2017 report summarizing solid waste management activities statewide applauded Clark County for a rapid recent improvement in its recycling rate, progress partly enabled by the use of services like those provided by Junk Control.

Now that the new Junk Control website is online, it becomes even easier for all throughout the area to learn about the many benefits of working with Las Vegas's leading trash pickup, junk removal, and dumpster rental company. With highly trained professionals handling every job, Junk Control customers can save as much as 15 percent on the company's full range of services. Visitors to the new Junk Control website can easily schedule their own appointments.

About Junk Control:

Since 2004, Junk Control has been the Las Vegas area's leading junk removal and dumpster rental company. With rock-bottom prices as much as 15 percent below competitors' Junk Control ensures the best in customer service and work quality on every job.

Contact Info:
Name: Rich Taggard
Email: info@lasvegasjunkremoval.org
Organization: Junk Control Las Vegas
Address: Las Vegas, NV 89123
Phone: (702) 202-6206

Source URL: https://marketersmedia.com/las-vegas-junk-removal-dumpster-rental-leader-junk-control-launches-new-website/412897

For more information, please visit https://www.lasvegasjunkremoval.org/

Source: MarketersMedia

Release ID: 412897

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