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Farm Pond open after E. coli concerns

Farm Pond has opened back up for swimming following E. coli concerns. An update posted on the Sherborn town website notes that the water was tested for the bacteria on Thursday, August 27. The E. coli level was reported at 107 MPN per 100 ml. The state level is 235, making the water...

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E. coli concerns close Farm Pond

On Wednesday, August 5, Sherborn's Board of Health announced Farm Pond Beach was closed. The sudden closure comes after a high level of E. coli was found in the pond's water. The water will be retested today and Friday to see if it is safe for people to swim again. Until then, the...

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E.Coli found in Dover wells

By Amelia Tarallo
Hometown Weekly Staff

Among the ongoing problems in the world, including a pandemic, no one in Dover expected to see a water crisis arise as a result of escherichia coli bacteria (E. coli). Yet, residents and businesses that receive water from Colonial Water wells located on Draper...

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Bottled water for Colonial Water well customers

Bottled water is now available for pickup for residents who receive water from Colonial Water Company wells located on Draper Road, Francis Street, and Knollwood Drive. Customers can pickup water at 2 Dedham Street (the town garage) between 9:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. through out the weekend. Customers are currently limited to 3...

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Dover BOH issues E. Coli update

The Dover Board of Health has issued an update for those affected by the Colonial Water wells located on Draper Road, Francis Street, and Knollwood Drive. The Dover Board of Health urges residents who are customers of Colonial Water Company and have experienced recent onset diarrhea, fever,...

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E.coli found in Dover water

Dover residents who receive their water from Colonial Water Company via the Draper Road, Francis Street, and Knollwood Wells are being advised to boil their water before using. This announcement comes after E. coli was found in four samplings collected on June 10. Those who receive their water from the Chickering Drive and...

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