The first blood drawing clinic was held for Bennington residents who have been exposed to the chemical PFOA in their drinking water.
The New York Department of Health announced the test results from PFOA tests in Pittstown.
The water contamination crisis has stretched across the border of the communities of Hoosick and Hoosick Falls.
A second hazardous chemical has shown up in water tests of private wells in Petersburgh, according to the Rensselaer County Health Departmen…
Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin has announced progress in the state’s handling of the PFOA contamination in Pownal.
More PFOA results from private wells in the Petersburgh area have been released.
As hundreds of people in New York await blood tests, Vermont is gearing up for its first blood clinic.
The NYS DEC said the municipal water in Hoosick Falls is safe to drink, but not everybody there is convinced.
It’s been two months since people in Hoosick Falls had their blood drawn for testing, and they are still waiting for the results.
Rensselaer County has continued testing of potential PFOA contamination in the water in the town of Petersburgh.
The PFOA contamination in North Bennington water may have come from the former ChemFab plant.
Some Petersburgh residents will be getting carbon filters due to the PFOA contamination, but the installation process has been delayed.
The New York State DEC and Department of Health answered questions about PFOA at a town meeting in Petersburgh Tuesday night.
The ballfields and athletic fields in Hoosick Falls tested negative for PFOA.
Rensselaer County released new PFOA test results for inactive wells in the town of Petersburgh and the well at Berlin Central School.
Some new water test results have been returned from North Bennington.