The sprawling Spring Creek Towers apartment complex in East New York, Brooklyn lost power Wednesday evening.
Sections of south and east New Rochelle went dark just before 11 a.m.
The hugely popular social network went down for some users Friday, including CBS New York.
It has been a mess for anyone trying to ride the New Haven Line on the Metro-North Railroad, with the massive power outage earlier this week.
Hackers claimed Tuesday evening that they were behind an outage on the New York Times website — the second such outage this month.
The unit at Amazon that runs Web servers for other companies ran into problems Sunday, leading to outages or slowdowns on several popular websites.
A major outage Sunday night shut down cable TV, Internet and phone service for Optimum customers in Connecticut.
The New York Times website was down for two hours Wednesday, as the result of a server issue, according to the company.
Co-op City runs its own power, but the generator shut down around midnight Thursday. Fifty buildings in the huge apartment complex were affected.
“In truth, there’s quite a few smaller companies like ours that could have sent people, had they gotten paid,” said Carmen Campell, owner of the Michigan-based Campbell Electric.
A snake is being blamed for disrupting power at a Hudson Valley hospital after it slithered into a switch box outside the building.