While the study was small — researchers only sampled 67 public and private water sources such as kitchen sinks and drinking fountains – it’s the first one to chart the presence of the potentially deadly bacteria in water taps.
A Borough council meeting is being held at Paulsboro High School Monday night to allow residents the opportunity to ask questions about contamination in their water supply.
By John McDevitt PHILADELPHIA (CBS)–The Pa. Turnpike pile-up yesterday had a lot of motorists, who were stuck for hours, making sure winter emergency preparedness kits are well stocked in their trunks “Oh it will be […]
Insurance adjusters are working overtime thanks to the recent ice storm.
Nouadhibou is an African sea town, whose shores serve as the final resting place for more than 300 ships. The rusted hulks that litter its coastal waters are considered an eyesore by many (go figure), but they’ve brought some unexpected benefits to the local community as well.
If you’re looking for an unusual tropical vacation this time around, check out the world’s most incredible underwater hotel rooms.
One thing we are learning is that diet plays an important role in the development of kidney stones, especially in people who are predisposed to the condition.
3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl shows how many popular activities can be trouble for your eyes.
A coroner is investigating after a man who had been competing in a Harrisburg triathlon died after suffering medical problem while in the water.
PA officials said Thursday that $340 million in federal disaster-relief funds will be available to New York communities affected by Superstorm Sandy.
That’s according to a study by the nonprofit science journalism group Climate Central. It says that’s equivalent to having Central Park covered 41 feet high with sewage.
Columbia Water Company says it’s not sure if anyone tampered with the water supply. The company serves about 21,500 customers in Lancaster County.
He also authorized the Dept. of Environmental Protection to implement water usage instructions across the state.
Twelve municipalities/water companies in New Jersey have instituted boil water advisories for all or parts of their communities.
Stock is dwindling on many of the high demand items and there are no generators left.