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Flatiron »

Con Ed Work Delays Slowing Down New Restaurants From Opening

Chop Shop II was ready to open in April, but is still waiting for Con Ed to turn on their gas meter.

Midtown »

Carnegie Deli Shuttered Over Illegal Gas Hookup

The classic deli was shuttered due to an illegal gas line, ConEdison confirmed. 

Chelsea »

Chelsea Manhole Fire Sparks Evacuations and Doughnut Giveaway

The fire shut down a block of West 23rd Street Wednesday afternoon.

Park Slope »

Nearly 600 Manhole Fires Hit City in Past Week, Con Ed Says

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

East Harlem »

Death Toll in Harlem Explosion Climbs to 8 as Search for Missing Continues

Another five bodies were found in the rubble early Thursday, police said.

East Harlem »

Three Women Killed in East Harlem Building Explosion

Three women were killed and at least 46 were hurt when the blast leveled two Park Avenue buildings.

Woodhaven »

Five Hospitalized as Cars Scorched in Woodhaven Manhole Fires, FDNY Says

Manhole fires on 75th Street sent five people to the hospital and scorched nearby cars, FDNY said.

Willowbrook »

Nearly 900 Staten Islanders Lose Electricity Thursday Afternoon, ConEd Says

Customers in Willowbrook lost power about 12:30 p.m. Thursday, ConEd said.

Greenwood Heights »

Thousands of Gallons of Oily Goop Oozes Onto Brooklyn Street, FDNY Says

The liquid spilled onto the street near Third Avenue and 23rd Street in Brooklyn, fire said

Chelsea »

Manhole Fire Briefly Shuts Down West 14th Street

Crews searched buildings in the area for gas leaks after the fire.

Washington Heights »

Washington Heights Manhole Explosion Sparks Fire

Flames erupted when two manholes exploded in Washington Heights.

Downtown »

Park51 Developer Buys Next-Door Building for $8 Million

Sharif El-Gamal's latest property is adjacent to the site of his planned Islamic cultural center.

New York City »

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.

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

Fashion Week Says Noisy Generators Are Out This Season

Under community pressure, Fashion Week producers say they're working to cut noise and fumes from the generators that power the fashion marathon at Lincoln Center.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

Design Event to Discuss Ideas for East River Waterfront Pier at 38th Street

The Municipal Art Society to host a daylong event envisioning a future park on the East River Pier 38 on July 26.