The power went out around noon Friday at P.S. 138 in Brooklyn and surrounding areas, ConEd said.
The DA invested in the film company of a director critical of the city's justice system.
In the wake of an overnight manhole fire and attempt to reduce voltage, a mass outage hit the borough.
More than a hundred Red Hook residents came together at a community meeting Wednesday.
Accountants and budget analysts were among those who helped NYCHA canvass Brooklyn's largest project.
Although the lights are back on for some residents, others are still in the dark.
The A train is restored to Howard Beach-JFK Airport, with shuttle bus service to The Rockaways.
55,000 New Yorkers are still in the dark after Hurricane Sandy and a Nor'easter tore through the region.
LIPA crews dried out the substation responsible for powering The Rockaways, but power could take time.
Con Ed has restored power to 670,000 of the 940,000 New York customers affected by Hurricane Sandy.
The lights came on in the East Village and Chelsea Friday.
Dia de los Muertos celebrations across the city must wait until power and transit is restored.
Customers in Lower Manhattan, however, were still waiting for electricity Friday morning.
Power is slowly starting to come back across New York City.
Police have ramped up patrols and added spotlights to make neighborhoods left in the dark more secure.
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