MEDWAY — Superintendent Armand Pires and Director of Facilities Paul Visconti are pleased to announce that Medway Public Schools has been awarded a School Water Improvement Grant (SWIG) to replace water fixtures within the district.
Chief Brian Jackvony is pleased to announce that the Marion Fire Department received a generous donation of thousands of cans of drinking water from Anheuser-Busch this week to be used to hydrate firefighters during incident response and training.
Town of Randolph and Town of Holbrook are under a town-wide boil water order after an issue at the Randolph/Holbrook Joint Water Treatment Plant.
ANDOVER — Town Manager Andrew P. Flanagan reports that Andover officials are actively monitoring the issue causing discoloration in tap water, and stresses that there is no risk to public health.
ROCHESTER, N.H. — Director of City Services John Storer is pleased to announce that the City of Rochester will host the Spring Technical Meeting for the New Hampshire Water Works Association (NHWWA) next week.
Andover Public Schools are continuing to take action to eliminate lead and copper from water after high levels were found at two schools earlier this year.
Maynard Water is SAFE for Drinking, Cooking, Bathing and all Other Uses. Town Working with State Officials on Next Steps to Ensure Lower Levels of This Chemical, which is a Byproduct of Water Cleansing Process