Niagara Recalls Bottled WaterNiagara Bottling has recalled 14 brands of bottled spring water produced at two Pennsylvania manufacturing plants after the operator of one of its contracted springs failed to reveal evidence of E. coli bacteria at the spring source.
Water Woes Cancel Classes This Week At Windham Center SchoolNo school until Tuesday for students at Windham Center School.
Latest On New London Water Emergency Officials say New London narrowly avoided disaster following a water main break that threatened the water supply of thousands of residents.
5 Fun Ways To Turn Your Backyard Into A Water Park For KidsBeat the heat and the doldrums with water fun in your own backyard.
A Podcast On Connecticut's Water SafetyCould Connecticut experience the kind of drinking water emergency which turned off the taps for nearly half a million Ohio residents this weekend?
Adding Sprinkler Systems: What You Need To KnowInstalling the right sprinkler system can save time and money, as well as conserve energy and water output. It can also increase the lushness and health of your lawn. Ready to get started?
Days Could Be Numbered For Small Water Companies
Running Tough Mudder? Beware Not To Ingest The WaterMany people these days are participating in 'tough mudders' to stay fit in a fun way. But they may want to practice keeping their mouths shut.
The World's Biggest Ship GraveyardNouadhibou is an African sea town, whose shores serve as the final resting place for more than 300 ships. The rusted hulks that litter its coastal waters are considered an eyesore by many (go figure), but they've brought some unexpected benefits to the local community as well.
Hartford Water Main Break May Impact Evening RushA water main break on Main Street at Pearl in downtown Hartford could affect the evening commute.
The World’s Most Incredible Underwater Hotel RoomsIf you're looking for an unusual tropical vacation this time around, check out the world's most incredible underwater hotel rooms.
Millstone To Ask Permission To Use Warmer Cooling Water Connecticut's nuclear plant is preparing to ask federal regulators for permission to use water that's even warmer than the temperature that forced it to shut a unit last August.