Some people just grab a copy of the newspaper to clip out the yard sales on a Friday or Saturday, but by posting your yard or garage sales here and checking this site every Thursday, this page can be your one-stop shop.Login to your account and click on the "My Services" link to submit your yard sale for free inclusion on this page! NOTE: All submissions are reviewed by the System Administator for approval.
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Saturday 8 AM to 1 PM. Multi-house yard sale! Trendy women's clothes, kitchen items, house decor, books and more! Come check us out! 134 Circle Drive, off Worthington.
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610 Stout Street. Yard sale. Lots of items from womens/teens/girls clothing, jewelry, books, knick knacks, housewares, purses, shoes, and more!
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We newly joined two houses of things and have lots of duplicates to sell! Solid oak twin bed, table & chairs, new boys bike, lots of kitchen items, little boys clothing (size 7-9), womens clothing (sizes 10-14) and more!
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404 Orchard St in Bridgeport, near Heritage Christian School. Multi Family Clothes, books, household items, just to name a few...Lots of stuff! Come check us out and lots of other sales for the 1st time Bridgeport Community Yard Sale!
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208 Sherwood Road, 8 a.m. - 2 p.m. Books, Household Items, Baby Items, Baby Clothes, Toys, Wii Console and Games, and much more! Big ticket items include motorcycle and piano.
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Yard Sale: 426 Dunkin Ave. Bridgeport, WV. August 1st from 7 to 3 during the city wide sale. Food and drinks will be available all day. Tools, sporting goods, electrical, teen & baby stuff, generator, trailers, books, lawn, games & toys & much more!
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