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Gowanus »

Gowanus Affordable Housing Development Still Years Away as Home Prices Soar

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

Jackson Heights »

Crews Fill Massive Construction Holes Left for Weeks After Gas Fix

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

Jackson Heights »

Gaping Holes and Gas Smell Remain After National Grid Work, Residents Say

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

East Village »

Con Ed Found 150 Illegal Gas Hookups in 2014, And Some Say That's Low

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

Bushwick »

FDNY Captain Suffers Serious Leg Injury in Bushwick Manhole Fire: Officials

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

South Ozone Park »

Gas Explosion Injures 1 in Queens House, FDNY Says

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

Richmond Hill »

Bones Found in Richmond Hill Could Be Centuries Old, Officials Say

A forensic anthropologist determined that the bones were human remains.

Forest Hills »

Two People Hospitalized After Gas Leak on Austin Street, FDNY Says

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

New Springville »

Google Earth Says There are Gas Leaks all Over Staten Island

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

Todt Hill »

Basement Explosion on Staten Island Hurts 3 and Forces Evacuations

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

Long Island City »

Energy Tech H.S. Principal Preps Students for College and Career

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

New York City »

National Grid Overcharged 980,000 Customers For Two Years, Documents Show

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

Annandale »

SI Lawyer Sues Con Ed After Sandy Left Him Without Power for 17 Days

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

New York City »

How to Handle Gas Containers, Generators and Electric Heaters Safely

Read these expert tips on safely using alternative power and heating devices post-Hurricane Sandy.

Greenwood Heights »

Construction Crew Ruptures Green-Wood Cemetery Gas Line

No injuries were reported in the Green-Wood Cemetery gas line mishap.