The nor'easter that hit New York Wednesday has set back the schedule of gasoline supply.
Drivers again faced long lines at the pump, ahead of the Nor'easter.
Read these expert tips on safely using alternative power and heating devices post-Hurricane Sandy.
Drivers faced hours-long lines at gas stations across the five boroughs following the super storm.
New York cabbies are driving as far as Connecticut to fill their tanks.
Residents have relied on open ovens, boiling water, layered clothes and donated blankets to stay warm.
Amid a widespread gas shortage, there are resources online to help you find somewhere to fill up.
Gas lines continued to stretch for blocks on Sunday.
Dozens were turned away after 12-hour waits when the National Guard ran out of gas.
Cans of gas were being resold for $150 and the free mobile trucks were already beginning to run out.
All of the boroughs are now connected by subway service.
Cars stretched in every direction in search of gas Thursday.
The state says that investigators handed over reports of the Flushing blast to a Con Ed consultant.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg said Thursday he supports a taxi fare hike to compensate for higher fuel costs.
Authorities rushed children and educators out of P.S. 21 in Flushing because of an "odor of gas."
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