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The long-awaited fixes to the Pequannock Water Treatment Plant aim to improve the way the city cleans its water and prevent the type of crisis that thrust Newark into the national spotlight in 2019.
NYC Officials say the city’s drinking water is still safe, but it may taste weird while repairs to the Catskill Aqueduct are ongoing.
Officials say clean-up efforts should wrap up next week.
More than 22,000 lead service lines have been replaced with copper pipes across the city.
Federal lawmakers took a major step last month to curb toxic chemicals that have polluted the water of cities and towns across America.
An NYC Comptroller's audit found 5,700 water fixtures had high lead levels in 2018 and 2019. More than half weren't remedied after three months.
The completion of City Tunnel. No. 3 would help alleviate strain from droughts and the coming climate emergency, but it has cost decades of human toil.
A years-long court battle that brought national attention to Newark’s water crisis is coming to an end.
That doesn’t necessarily mean the city’s drinking water is completely lead-free.
A week after the blackouts in Venezuela, chaos and confusion are still rampant.
Do not take the Brooklyn-bound L at First Avenue.
One person's metaphor for the collapsing journalism industry is another's makeshift dam.
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