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Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

More than 100 people called National Grid to report the smell Tuesday night, the agency said.

Williamsburg »

Excavations of the Superfund site will begin this year.

Gowanus »

Even if all goes as planned, Gowanus Green won't break ground until at least 2018, the developer said.

Jackson Heights »

The holes on 80th Street in front of the Greystone apartments had been left unfilled since April.

Jackson Heights »

Crews haven't covered a gaping hole, according to Jackson Heights residents. 

East Village »

With 1.2 million gas customers, experts say Con Ed's figures might be low.

Bushwick »

Donald Hodgkinson was injured in an explosion, while two utilities workers were hurt in a separate fire.

South Ozone Park »

The explosion also caused part of the house to collapse, officials said. 

Richmond Hill »

A forensic anthropologist determined that the bones were human remains.

Forest Hills »

A total of 15 people were sickened by a gas leak in Forest Hills Tuesday morning.

New Springville »

The maps show the borough has an average of one leak every mile.

Todt Hill »

An explosion in the basement of a Staten Island home prompted neighborhood evacuations, the FDNY said.

Long Island City »

The school offers a six-year program where students can earn an associates degree.

New York City »

Natural gas customers overpaid about $34 a year, according to a watchdog blog.

Annandale »

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