Subdivision’s well target of more state tests after carcinogen detected (NC)
Health officials plan additional tests at a Sylva subdivision after finding a carcinogenic compound in a resident’s drinking water. So far, the problem remains isolated to a single kitchen sink in one house, where hexavalent chromium was detected at a level North Carolina health officials consider troublesome – .10 micrograms per liter above the .07 mcg/L threshold. Read the article………..
A former bookkeeper for a homeowners association pleaded guilty today to using the HOA’s money as his personal piggy bank.
Wednesday, as tearful residents working with Prince George’s County Emergency Management officials to find other places to live, a lawyer
He came into contact with Dwight Collman, an ER doctor, who apparently didn’t like receiving a citation for working in