Lead found in water at three more How...

Lead found in water at three more Howard County schools

In the latest round of sampling at seven schools, elevated levels were detected in a kitchen sink at Clemens Crossing Elementary in Columbia, in kitchen sinks at Dunloggin Middle in Ellicott City and a concession stand and kitchen sink at Columbia's Hammond High. Samples from Glenwood Middle School in Glenwood and three Columbia schools, Atholton Elementary, Cradlerock Elementary and Stevens Forest Elementary met standards.

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