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Astoria »

Durst had originally planned a "micro-grid" to power its buildings on the Astoria waterfront.

East Village »

The lead plaintiff is actress Drea de Matteo, known for her role in HBO's "The Sopranos."

Chelsea »

Pepe Giallo will move down the street, and Auto Designs NYC is currently searching for a new home.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Tenants living at 463 W. 19th St. say they have been without hot water or heat since April 9.

East Harlem »

The city has been fighting an order to pay $8,700 to cover the student's medical bills.

St. George »

After a $25,000 grant from Con Edison, the museum hosted a seven-month STEM program for students.

Upper West Side »

The community worked to prevent a large mechanical structure from going up near the schools' entryway. 

East Harlem »

Couple posed as Con Ed workers after being drawn to NYC by generous social services, sources say.  

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The container was thrown through the window of a Con Ed substation in Hell's Kitchen, police said.

East Village »

The utility said the 13 percent drop was due to "random factors" and that New Yorkers were not at risk.

Midtown »

The deli was shut down at the end of April after a diverted gas line was discovered in the basement.

St. George »

Con Ed said it could take until Monday for power to return to the terminal.

Central Harlem »

Flames were seen coming from the roof of 248 Lenox Avenue at about 1:30 p.m.