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Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Steven Croman has left residents on 45th Street without gas since April, they say. 

Lower East Side »

The break happened on Cherry Street and Rutgers Slip, causing some flooding. 

Upper East Side »

The gas leak was discovered during a Con Ed inspection on Tuesday, according to the building's manager.

East Village »

Caracas Arepa Bar has been closed since Aug. 8 because of a gas leak and issues with repairs.

East Village »

The Department of Buildings granted the restaurant a gas authorization over the weekend, officials said.

East Village »

The restaurant said it it could reopen because it passed a DOB inspection, which the agency denies.

Washington Heights »

The AC use likely strained wires and made them catch fire, Con Ed said.

Upper West Side »

A man pretending to be a Con Edison worker collected nearly $2,000 from Spotmaster Cleaners.

East Village »

With 1.2 million gas customers, experts say Con Ed's figures might be low.

Washington Heights »

Residents of Salyer House, a low-income building, said they should be reimbursed for extra expenses.

Midtown »

Margo Kane almost lost her lower leg in a massive explosion in Midtown Manhattan in 2007.

Chelsea »

The outage affected buildings on West 30th Street between Eighth and Ninth avenues, Con Ed said.

Woodside »

The first fire was reported at 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday, according to the FDNY.

Park Slope »

Salt laid out for last weekend's snow storm has corroded wires and sparked fires, officials said.

Park Slope »

Salt that's spread to melt snow corrodes underground wires, which then ignite, officials said.