“It don’t bother none of us. If I saw a dead body or something like that, I’d be worried” | The Philadelphia Inquirer
Students learned basic photography so they could explore their city and tell the stories they discovered. | The Philadelphia Inquirer
In the end, the first-ever Inquirer water taste test’s top pick surprised us all. | The Philadelphia Inquirer
We went to the Hunting Park section of North Philadelphia to ask about a dozen residents what they think. | The Philadelphia Inquirer
Tale of the tap: Philly’s water-treatment plants are scientific marvels. So why can’t our drinking water get any respect?
Philadelphia’s Water Department is often held up as an urban model, especially for its storm-water protection efforts. | The Philadelphia Inquirer
The makeup of the water — it’s chemistry — comprises a complex range of minerals, metals, bacteria, naturally occurring compounds, as well as a range of chemicals produced for industry, farming, and even suburban lawn care. | The Philadelphia Inquirer