Recent Headlines
Upper East Side »

Con Ed Repairs to East River Esplanade Have Made Conditions Worse, CB Says

Con Ed agreed to return a six-block stretch of the esplanade to city control and make certain repairs.

Brooklyn Heights »

Brooklyn Heights Citi Bike Station Removed for Con Ed Work

The bike share station at Clark and Henry Streets was temporarily removed, officials said.

East Harlem »

NTSB Outlines Investigation into Harlem Building Explosion

The National Transportation Safety Board vows to discover the cause of the building explosion.

East Harlem »

Hunter College Campus Security Officer Killed in Harlem Blast

Griselde Camacho was killed in the blast at 1644 Park Ave. that leveled two buildings.

Murray Hill »

Waterside Pier to Be Demolished and Replaced by 2015, City Says

Instead of renovating the Waterside Pier at East 38th Street, the city will rebuild it entirely.

Greenwich Village »

Con Ed Pays Millions to Reserve Parking Spaces for Utility Trucks

According to state filings, Con Ed paid more than $3M in 2012-2013 to a group that saves parking spaces.

Corona »

Suspects Swiped Wire From Con Edison Truck, Cops Say

The suspects allegedly took wire from the inside of a Con Edison truck on Roosevelt Avenue. 

Rosebank »

Power Outage Knocks Out 4,200 Customers in Staten Island

In the wake of an overnight manhole fire and attempt to reduce voltage, a mass outage hit the borough.

Roosevelt Island »

Con Ed Reduces Voltage After Queensboro Bridge Fire

The utility company also asked customers not to use appliances including washers and dryers.

Gramercy »

Players Club Could Go Dark This Week Amid Increasing Debt

The lights will be turned off if the debt-ridden club can't pay its Con Ed bill, sources said.

Chelsea »

Hotel Chelsea Still Without Heat 24 Hours After Gas Shut Off

Officials from Con Ed said signficant repairs needed to be made to the building's gas system.

New York City »

New York Digs Out as City Dodges Worst of Snowstorm

Snowstorm Nemo dumped several inches of snow on the city, but it was spared the worst.

Upper West Side »

Con Ed Worker Burned in West 92nd Street Explosion, Officials Say

The 26-year-old worker was burned in an explosion at 294 W. 92nd St., the FDNY said.

New York City »

Overnight Storm Knocks Out Power to 5,000 Customers, Con Ed Says

Residents in Staten Island and Queens experienced the most outages, a utility spokesman said.

Annandale »

SI Lawyer Sues Con Ed After Sandy Left Him Without Power for 17 Days

A Staten Island lawyer says hurricane showed Con Ed shouldn't be in the power-supply business.

Advertisement

Advertisement

Advertisement