A total of 76 out of the 324 samples taken were above the agency's action level. Five percent of the lead samples were discovered in water fountains or other sources of drinking water. Other tainted samples were from sinks only required for cleaning or washing hands.
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.
Raven Symone is returning to television as the lead role in a new show, “The Great State of Georgia.” The half-hour comedy series will air on ABC Family and is being billed as a “multi-cam series about an exuberant plus-sized performer from the South and her science geek best friend who try to make headway […]