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Parkersburg, West Virginia, United States
Updated: August 7, 2022 10:03 AM
The Parkersburg Utility Board has lifted a boil water advisory for customers in the Emerson Avenue area.
The Parkersburg Utility Board Friday afternoon issued a boil-water notice after a break caused reduced water pressure on Emerson Avenue and the potential for contamination, the board said. The areas affected are Emerson Avenue north of Stella Street to 5106 Emerson Ave. and Paddock Green Drive.
Claywood Park PSD has LIFTED the boil water advisory for Cedar Grove Road area and Staunton Turnpike.
Claywood Park PSD has issued a boil water advisory for Cedar Grove Road area and Staunton Turnpike.
1 month ago
According to the Wirt County Office of Emergency Services, the main feed line coming out of Parkersburg is down. Mineral Wells through Palestine is without power. Over 10,000 residences are without power. The power company said this could last for days.
Outage link: firstenergycorp.com
1 month ago
A total of 261 Wood County residents are still without power Thursday afternoon after a severe storm moved through the area Wednesday night. Of those, 260 are located in Parkersburg.
Outage link: outages.firstenergycorp.com
School officials say Parkersburg High School’s power is back on after students were dismissed early on Monday due to an outage. Officials say the power was restored just before 2:00 p.m.
Published: 2022 01 31
Mon Power claims that more than 1,000 customers were without power when the incident occurred. As of 11:15 a.m. on Tuesday, a little over 400 customers still did not have power. The company estimates that there should be a full restoration by 1:00 p.m. on Tuesday.
Outage... link: outages.firstenergycorp.com
Published: 2022 01 25
7 months ago
The Parkersburg Utility Board customers were advised on Dec. 11 to boil their water before use.
However, earlier today, customers were informed it is no longer necessary to boil their water as the problem has been fixed.
Source publication date: 2021 12 14
About 2,500 customers — including WVU Medicine Camden Clark Medical Center — lost power for more than an hour Monday due to an “animal intrusion” at a Mon Power substation.
Source publication date: 2021 11 22
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