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Union Square »

6 Con Ed Inspectors Caught Taking Bribes in Ongoing Probe, Officials Say

Inspectors in Manhattan and The Bronx were busted during an investigation that began two years ago.

Union Square »

Con Ed Workers Arrested for Taking Bribes For Service Inspections: Police

Three Con Ed workers were arrested for taking $200 bribes before doing service inspections, police said.

Washington Heights »

Massive Sinkhole Opens on Washington Heights Street

A sanitation truck was stuck in the large hole on Monday morning, officials and witnesses said.

Lincoln Square »

Lincoln Center Water and Steam Systems Temporarily Shut Down After Leak

The water and steam systems were shut down in several Lincoln Center facilities this morning.

Rochdale Village »

Residents Trapped in Elevators During Rochdale Village Outage, FDNY Says

Power outage in Rochdale Village stranded 52 people in elevators and on scaffolding, authorities say.

Parkchester »

Parkchester Macy's Evacuated After Manhole Fire, FDNY Says

The blaze sent smoke into the department store Monday morning, workers said.  

Crown Heights »

Manhole Fire Sparks Power Outage at Crown Heights School

The power went out around noon Friday at P.S. 138 in Brooklyn and surrounding areas, ConEd said.

Jackson Heights »

ConEd Cordons Off Building After Stray Voltage Detected

The voltage was found on 74th Street near 37th Avenue.

East Harlem »

Con Ed Says Training 'Lapses' Not to Blame for Deadly Harlem Explosion

Claim comes after news report found hundreds of Con Ed workers without up-to-date qualifications.

Mott Haven »

Smoky Manhole Disrupts Subway Service on 2 and 5 Lines

Service on the 2 and 5 lines between 149th Street and 180th Street partially resumed Tuesday afternoon.

East Village »

How to Keep Energy Costs Down All Summer

Con Edison is giving out free devices to control air conditioning remotely and monitor energy use.

Upper East Side »

Second Ave. Subway Delays Cast Doubt on 2016 Completion, Consultant Says

The MTA's independent consultant cited " significant schedule risks" in the long-in-the-works project.

Astoria »

New Trees and Community Gardens Sprout from ConEd Blackout Settlement

The a $7.9 million Greening Western Queens initiative will wrap up soon after three years.

East Harlem »

East Harlem Pols Criticize Con Edison at Explosion Hearing

State Sen. Bill Perkins and Assemblymen Robert Rodriguez said more can be done stop another explosion.

TriBeCa »

Backhoe Sinks Into Hole on TriBeCa Street After Water Main Break

A water main broke at a construction site at Hudson and Leonard streets, the FDNY said.

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