"As we wait for the final chapters of this pandemic to be written, we can emphatically say together — our shared work and sacrifices made a difference."
False. The truth is there is no magic number. Mileage does play a role in a vehicle’s value, but not as much as you might think. As a general rule, the value of your vehicle will drop slightly with every 10,000 miles you add. But according to Edmunds data, there is no major drop-off at any certain milestone. Even the infamous 100,000-mile mark is not a value-killer as long as the vehicle is in good shape.
The latest order, which goes into effect Wednesday morning, would impact dog groomers, certain car washes, rentals for outdoor recreational equipment and more.
All drop-off sites in the city will remain closed as long as the order is in effect.
Rita Alton has an unusual morning routine these days: Wake up. Get dressed. Go outside to see if her house is closer to tumbling down an 80-foot cliff into Lake Michigan.
Marlon Anderson was reinstated following national outcry
Here's how members of Wisconsin's congressional delegation voted on major issues this week.
Still raking in Madison? If so, don't put the leaves and yard waste on the curb, because the city has finished picking up piles as of Friday.
The recycling/waste drop-off sites in Madison will be switching to the winter timetable on Monday, and one site will close for the winter.
The final round of brush collecting in Madison starts Monday as city crews start the switch from brush to leaves and yard waste.
After one more day of temperatures in the 80s, Madison will see a significant drop-off in warm weather starting Thursday.
Crews are still collecting yard waste in the current round, so the final act starting Monday will be it.
Madison's three drop-off sites for waste and recycled materials will begin summer hours on Saturday.
Even with no snow in the capital city, Madison will switch to winter hours at its recycling sites beginning Monday.
A paving project that shut down one of Madison's city-owned recycling sites is finished, paving the way for the reopening of the Sycamore Avenue site in October.
The city of Madison's recycling and trash drop-off site on the East Side is closing on Tuesday for a repaving project, but East Siders will still have a site to bring materials to.
The rules on the city website say residents can bring "one pick-up and/or small trailer load of material each day."
A repaving project is requiring the shutdown of one Madison drop-off site for recyclables, refuse and yard waste, with the site closing on June 6.
If you are sick of looking at a growing pile of yard waste and brush in front of your Madison home, take heart, homeowners. The three yard waste and brush drop-off sites will start summer hours on Saturday.
It'll cost you another $5 to recycle old TVs in Madison, and don't even think of putting that old set on the curb.