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.
Now that the state Department of Health has deemed Hoosick Falls municipal water safe to drink, the Bank of Bennington is again granting mor…
The New York State Department of Health has announced that the water in Hoosick Falls is safe for all uses, including drinking and cooking.
PFOA test results have been returned from a municipal well in the town of Pownal.
Due to concerns regarding PFOA contamination in water supplies, Rensselaer County, in conjunction with the NYS Department of Health and NYS …
Many North Bennington families will soon have clean tap water as the state expands its testing for PFOA.
Gov. Peter Shumlin provided the following update on the situation in North Bennington where a number of private wells are affected by PFOA c…
Rensselaer County officials presented a map of PFOA well testing at a board meeting in Petersburgh on Friday, but many people have questions…