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Stringer to Outline New East River Plan He Says Will Mitigate Future Floods

Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer says an East River Blueway will help protect the East Side.

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Quinn Calls for Storm Barriers, Burying Power Lines in Wake of Sandy

Preparing for flooding is "the single most important infrastructure challenge of our time," Quinn said.

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Nor'easter Knocks Out Power to 55,000 Customers, Con Edison Says

The storm swept through a little more than a week after Hurricane Sandy crippled the city.

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Downtown Could Stay Dark Through Saturday, ConEd Warns

ConEd began restoring power in the city, but it will take a few more days to turn the lights back on.

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Water Main Break Causes Service Disruptions on E and M Train Lines

ConEd restored power to the train station at Lexington Avenue and East 53rd Street about 8 a.m.

Midtown & Theater District »

Copacabana Fire Leaves Businesses in the Dark for Days

An electrical fire in the Copacabana building has left businesses without power.

Downtown »

Flood and Tree Damage Throughout Manhattan

Uprooted trees, broken branches, minor floods, faulty traffic lights and cordoned off streets were seen across Manhattan.

Manhattan »

'Stay Inside' Says Mayor As Hurricane Irene Hits New York

Mayor Michael Bloomberg warned residents to remain indoors through Sunday afternoon to avoid injury from flying debris.

Downtown »

Hurricane Irene Update: Residents Bunkering Down Despite Order to Evacuate

Mayor Michael Bloomberg warned residents of lower Manhattan that there could be no power and serious flooding in the neighborhood after Hurricane Irene hits.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

Fire Sparks Blackout in Washington Heights

Residents were evacuated Wednesday night and blocks of Washington Heights went dark after a power outage.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

ConEd Clears Up Gas Leak on Inwood Street

FDNY crews were called to Dyckman Street Tuesday after reports of a strong gas smell.

Midtown & Theater District »

Manhole Explosion Shuts Down Midtown Block

The manhole fire on East 51st Street between Second and Third avenues shut the street to traffic Friday morning.

Midtown & Theater District »

NYC Being Shortchanged on Little-Known Green Energy Fee, Pol Says

NYC residents paid $342 million toward green energy projects, but only got back $8 million in jobs and services.

Manhattan »

Mayor Slams Cost Hike That Would See Energy Bills Soar

The mayor said that increasing energy rates would be a hardship for residents and businesses.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

Smoking Manhole Knocks Out Power to Inwood Apartments

A smoking manhole left 43 apartment units without power at 24 Thayer St., officials said.

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