It’s one of the most classic scenes in comedic movie history, but the “Baby Ruth pool scene” in Caddyshack may be closer to reality than swimmers may like.
The boil water under that had been in place for parts of North Broward County has been lifted.
In an effort to prevent future outbreaks of potentially deadly bacteria the U.S. Department of Agriculture has announced new rules which will ban the sale of ground meat containing six additional strains of E. coli.
Certain packages of ground beef sold at three major grocery store chains in Florida and six other southern states have been recalled because of possible E. coli contamination.
A Kansas meat packaging company has recalled more than 60,000 pounds of ground beef sold mainly in Florida and six other southern states over possible E. coli contamination.
A boil water order has been lifted for residents of Sunrise, Davie, and Southwest Ranches and now, Weston.
A boil water order remains in effect for residents of Sunrise, Weston, Southwest Ranches, Davie, Indian Trace and Bonaventure who get their water from the City of Sunrise.
The on-again, off-again, on-again boil water order in North Lauderdale is off-again. In other words, North Lauderdale residents no longer have to boil their drinking or cooking water. According to Jen Johnson with the City of North Lauderdale, the boil water order, which was put into place twice since Thanksgiving Day, was lifted Monday afternoon after all tests for bacteria came back negative in the drinking water.
Residents of North Lauderdale are under a precautionary boil water order due to bacteria found in one of the city’s drinking water wells.
They are seemingly harmless granules for little ones and beach goers alike. But while you’re luxuriating on your South Florida blanket of sand you had better pay attention to a unique research team, headed by one of the world’s most famous sand detectives, who found, that on some beaches “It is more dangerous to be in sand than to be in water.”