By GUY FLETCHER
Larry and Nancy Miller emptied the back of their pickup truck Saturday afternoon that was filled with household items they have been meaning to get rid of for a long time.
There were two televisions - one color, one black and white - that were each the size of a small chest of drawers. There was a large cabinet radio. And there was an old wringer-style Kelvinator washing machine that the Hagerstown couple said they were able to get about 40 years of service out of.
"It still works," Larry Miller said.
The Millers and many other area people took advantage of the first day of Washington County's free bulk trash disposal week to get rid of old appliances, mattresses, carpets and other wares that have been doing nothing but taking up space in their homes.