Water

Hopewell city officials sent out a notice in a social media post around seven last night that the water was not safe to drink or use because it was discolored. According to city officials, the water is now safe to drink and use again.

In Newark, N.J., officials have closed the water lines for 30 schools in the Public Schools system due to the discovery of lead and discoloration. In a Wednesday announcement, New Jersey's Department of Environmental Protection and school district are using water from other sources, the Huffington Post reports.

Cities throughout the state such as Grand Rapids, Jackson, Detroit, Saginaw, Muskegon and Holland have seen higher cases of lead in children as far back as 2013.

The National Guard has been deployed to help distribute water bottles following the lead contamination of Flint, Michigan's drinking water.

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  From the Petersburg Communication’s Office: The Petersburg Department of Public Works, along with two contracting firms continue repair work this morning on the main water line break near the intersection of South Crater Road and Morton Avenue. Crews are continuing to have challenges repairing the 1944 water pipe. It is anticipated that a temporary […]