Exclusive: Maspeth Business Owners Say They’re Sick Of Persistent Power ProblemsBusinesses at 48th Street and 55th Avenue were left without power and patience for more than five hours Wednesday.
Con Ed Customers Hit With A Jolt After Seeing Post-Nor'easter Utility BillsThe power's back and the light's are on, but it's the utility bills arriving in the mail that are providing the biggest shock.
Cuomo Says Utility Companies Better Shape Up This Storm, Or ElseFor this storm, there will be approximately 6,100 line, tree and service workers in the state – 3,050 in New York City and the Hudson Valley.
Con Edison Offers To Reimburse Customers For Spoiled Food, MedicationsCon Edison is offering some relief to customers who lost power during the back-to-back nor’easters that slammed the Tri-State Area.
Gov. Cuomo Announces Probe Of N.Y.'s 7 Major Utility CompaniesThe Democrat announced Wednesday that the Public Service Commission notified the utilities that a probe is underway.
‘I’m So Excited:’ Crews Make Progress Restoring Power Across Tri-StateStorm cleanup efforts continue after two nor’easters lashed the Tri-State Area within a week.
Storm Cleanup Continues As Thousands Still Without Power Across Tri-StateUtility crews are working around the clock to restore power after the past two storms, but thousands of customers are still in the dark.
'A Crisis On Our Hands': Westchester Residents Facing Another Round Of Power OutagesCon Edison reported more than 19,000 customers without power in Westchester late Thursday night, while NYSEG had more than 8,000 outages in the county.
Where’s Cuomo? Westchester County Residents Say Governor Should Survey Storm DamageMeanwhile, Gov. Andrew Cuomo says he's dissatisfied with Con Edison's response and is threatening to revoke its license.
Nor’easter Prompts Another Round Of Power Outages In Westchester CountySome customers have been without electricity, heat or hot water since Friday's storm took down trees and power lines.
'We're Gonna Be In A Jam:' Thousands Of Tri-State Families Still Without Power As Second Nor'easter ApproachesThe push is on to restore power to thousands of people across the Tri-State area who are still in the dark following last Friday's nor'easter.
Tax Cuts For Utility Companies Could Mean Lower Consumer PricesThe new federal tax plan will benefit Con Edison and other utility companies, saving them billions of dollars.

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