Kingwood hosts county-wide electronic recycling event

KINGWOOD — Although the county-wide e-cycling event didn’t begin until 8 a.m., Kingwood City Clerk Mary Howell said vehicles were lining up as early as 7:05 a.m. County residents lined East Price Street early Saturday morning waiting to recycle their electronics.

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