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Part of Sixth Avenue was closed after the voltage spread to doorknobs and street grates, officials said.

Lower East Side »

Slushy conditions, a track fire at Delancey St. and a power outage at Grand St. caused headaches.

Roosevelt Island »

The utility company also asked customers not to use appliances including washers and dryers.

Chelsea »

Friends of the High Line said they planned to have the lights back on next week.

New York City »

Snowstorm Nemo dumped several inches of snow on the city, but it was spared the worst.

Gerritsen Beach »

Despite Hurricane Sandy's disruptions, New Yorkers find ways to celebrate Thanksgiving.

Columbia Street Waterfront District »

Mechanics at Dog Day Cyclery repair bikes by candlelight for 18th day without power or heat.

New York City »

Many residents in public housing are still waiting for their heat and hot water to be restored, however.

Lower East Side »

Tenants of Knickerbocker Village will see rents refunded after two weeks spent without utilities.

Red Hook »

Accountants and budget analysts were among those who helped NYCHA canvass Brooklyn's largest project.

Lower East Side »

Residents of Knickerbocker Village are considering a rent strike after two weeks in the dark and cold.

Red Hook »

Although the lights are back on for some residents, others are still in the dark.

Far Rockaway »

NYCHA apartments have generators powering them, while other subsidized housing is still in the dark.

New York City »

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

South Beach »

Many decided to weather the storm in their homes, many of which lack heat and power.