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Chelsea »

Some residents spent the weekend weathering chilly temperatures at the iconic inn.

Chelsea »

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

Midtown East »

An electrical fire broke out in the basement of a residential tower in Midtown on Friday morning.

New York City »

More than 1,800 New Yorkers were without power Sunday evening, Con Edison said.

Great Kills »

Sections of Great Kills and Bay Terrace briefly went dark, and officials feared more outages in the city.

New York City »

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

Emerson Hill »

Residents told a state Moreland Commission panel about poor communication by Con Ed after Sandy.

Maspeth »

The victim was taken to New York-Presbyterian Hospital burn center, fire officials said.

Annandale »

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

New York City »

A winter storm bringing snow and rain is threatening to delay post-Christmas travel.

Fort Greene »

Seven construction firms on the city's caution list worked on the Atlantic Yards project.

New Dorp Beach »

Many said they can't afford to pay for repairs to get power restored in their homes.

Maspeth »

The worker suffered second-degree burns in the electrical flash at 55-30 46th St., sources said.

Lower East Side »

Residents of Knickerbocker Village are considering a rent strike after two weeks in the dark and cold.

New York City »

55,000 New Yorkers are still in the dark after Hurricane Sandy and a Nor'easter tore through the region.