Water advisory lifted for residents in Dauphin County

    The water is safe to drink.  That’s the message from officials with Pennsylvania American Water after they lifted a water advisory for residents in Dauphin County.

    The Patriot-News reports customers in the area are no longer urged to conserve water.

    There is also no need for East Shore residents to boil water, according to the report.

    Pennsylvania American Water officials have announced water quality now meets all regulatory standards.

    Storms ripped through the area earlier this week with heavy rain and flooding.

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