Thanksgiving Dinner In Jeopardy For Bronx Families Living Without Gas For WeeksMany residents in the building's 88 apartments are now using hot plates to make food since service to cooking gas was shut off for safety reasons.
Cuomo Tours Subway Power System, Orders Modernization Within One YearGov. Andrew Cuomo went underground Wednesday for a top-to-bottom view of the dilapidated Metropolitan Transportation Authority subway power system.
Con Ed Crew Helps Woman Get Ring Back After It Falls Down Sidewalk GrateA Westchester County woman was all smiles Monday evening after her wedding ring was recovered in a New York City sewer.
2 Con Ed Workers Hurt When Manhole Explodes Near East Harlem Street FestivalThe blast happened around 2:30 p.m. Saturday near the intersection of Second Avenue and 110th Street, just blocks away from an annual street festival.
Fire Sends Smoke Billowing From Con Edison Manholes On Upper West SideSmoke was sent billowing up from multiple Con Edison manholes due to a fire on the Upper West Side late Thursday afternoon.
Con Ed Manhole Fire At 34th Street-Penn Station Snags No. 1, 2, 3 TrainsA Con Edison manhole fire at the 34th Street-Penn Station stop led to major service disruptions or the No. 1, 2 and 3 trains Monday evening.
4 Workers Rescued After Being Trapped In Elevator 200 Feet Below The Surface At Brooklyn Con Ed PlantFirefighters were called to the Hudson Avenue plant at around 7:40 a.m. to rescue the workers.
Con Ed Cleaning Up Oil Spill Along East RiverA transformer containing about 37,000 gallons of insulating oil failed Sunday afternoon at a substation on John Street in downtown Brooklyn.
NIGHTMARE COMMUTE: Power Problems Strand Subway Riders, Create Major Delays SystemwidePlatforms were packed and some riders were stuck underground in the dark after a power outage in Midtown Manhattan backed up trains all over the city, making for a nightmare commute during the Friday morning rush hour.
CAUGHT ON VIDEO: Con Ed Supervisor Jumps Onto Subway Tracks To Save Man Moments Before Train ArrivesJonathan Kulig was standing on the platform of the L train at Third Avenue on his way to work Saturday.
Con Edison To Pay $153 Million In Settlement For East Harlem Gas ExplosionCon Edison has agreed to pay $153 million to settle charges over a 2014 gas explosion in East Harlem that killed eight people and injured about 50.
Con Edison Announces Rate Hike Taking Effect ImmediatelyFirst, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority announced fare hikes, and now, New Yorkers will have to pay more for electricity.