The Hoosick Falls board voted to table the $850,000 settlement agreement during a special meeting Thursday night.
An $850,000 agreement between Saint-Gobain, Honeywell and the Village of Hoosick Falls has been reached.
The New York Senate Health and Environmental Conservation Committees have released a new report on PFOA water quality and contamination.
Hoosick Falls is finalizing a settlement with two companies over the PFOA contamination in the village’s drinking water.
A Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation geologist is gathering data to help build a 3D map of the ground underneath Bennington.
Vermont state officials attended a meeting in Bennington to discuss the long-term solution to the PFOA crisis.
Some people, who still refuse to drink the water in Hoosick Falls and are not able to pick up bottled water themselves, say after three week…
Law firm Weitz & Luxenberg has filed a class action lawsuit in Petersburgh over PFOA contamination.
Saint Gobain has taken over water delivery for those in need, but some say they haven’t been getting any at all.
The Vermont town of Bennington is planning a construction project that will connect some customers with wells contaminated by chemicals to t…
U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand is requesting the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to proactively conduct public health assessment…
On Thursday, U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand introduced an amendment to the Water Resources Development Act that requires the Environmental …
State lawmakers had a second chance to ask officials and the public about the water contamination crisis in Hoosick Falls and Petersburgh.
The second legislative hearing concerning water contamination and quality is well underway here in Albany.
After another round of the Hoosick Falls PFOA legislative hearings, the finger pointing continues and people are left without any answers.
The people of Hoosick Falls and Petersburgh finally got what they’ve been asking for – a legislative hearing.