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Washington Heights »

Eighty-one residents were ushered out of the building at 320 Wadsworth Ave. Friday morning.

Gowanus »

Ballplayers once played on the Con Edison land that went on to house a pit full of toxic sludge.  

Upper West Side »

Power wasn't fully restored to the area until 4 p.m. Friday, officials said. 

Vinegar Hill »

Firefighters had to hoist the trapped workers up using a harness.

Upper East Side »

Five manhole fires broke out on the Upper East Side Tuesday, officials said.


The substation had had spewed more than 8,400 gallons of oil over the years.

Williamsburg »

Workers have recovered just 560 of the estimated 5,200 gallons of oil in the water, officials said.

East Village »

Con Edison worker Jonathan Kulig pulled a man off the train tracks moments before an L train arrived.

East Village »

A stretch of Broadway was closed to vehicular traffic hours after a manhole blew Friday morning.

East Harlem »

Con Edison and the state have reached a settlement following the 2014 explosion that killed eight.

Financial District »

As much as 3 inches of rain could fall on the city, officials said.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The LPC is developing a "designation and regulatory framework" that won't hinder Con Ed's operations.

Chelsea »

Tenants living at 463 W. 19th St. have been without cooking gas for more than a month.

Bay Terrace (Staten Island) »

An equipment fire at a Con Edison substation caused the delay, officials said.