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Port Morris »

ConEd cut off the power last week at Mary Brimage's Thrift World Antiques, a local institution.

Chelsea »

Some residents spent the weekend weathering chilly temperatures at the iconic inn.

Chelsea »

Residents were left in a freezing building, facing a cold night that saw temps dip to 29 degrees.

Chelsea »

The Spectra Pipeline will bring a new source of natural gas to ConEd's systems in the city.

Washington Heights »

Residents in three Washington Heights buildings say they have been without electric or heat for 2 weeks.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

An unknown person dumped the grease down a sewer grate, coating a ConEd transformer.

Great Kills »

Sections of Great Kills and Bay Terrace briefly went dark, and officials feared more outages in the city.

New York City »

Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer says an East River Blueway will help protect the East Side.

New York City »

Preparing for flooding is "the single most important infrastructure challenge of our time," Quinn said.

New York City »

The storm swept through a little more than a week after Hurricane Sandy crippled the city.

New York City »

ConEd began restoring power in the city, but it will take a few more days to turn the lights back on.

New York City »

ConEd restored power to the train station at Lexington Avenue and East 53rd Street about 8 a.m.

Midtown & Theater District »

An electrical fire in the Copacabana building has left businesses without power.

Downtown »

Uprooted trees, broken branches, minor floods, faulty traffic lights and cordoned off streets were seen across Manhattan.

Manhattan »

Mayor Michael Bloomberg warned residents to remain indoors through Sunday afternoon to avoid injury from flying debris.