Friday Storms Leave Thousands Without Power Around AreaStorms plowing through the area Friday night left thousands of customers without power.
Thousands Still Without Power Following Severe Storm On Long IslandPSEG Long Island said it hopes to have everyone's power restored by Thursday night.
Manhole Fire Knocks Out Power In Washington Heights As Tri-State Faces Another Day Of Extreme HeatAbout 800 Con Edison customers lost power after a manhole fire on West 190th Street in Washington Heights. It happened around 5 a.m. Thursday.
Con Ed: Winter Damage, Heat, High Demand To Blame For Summer Power WoesPower problems were spread around the area as the heat soared into the mid-90s for a second day Wednesday, and Con Edison said many factors – including damage dating back to the winter – are to blame.
Manhole Explodes In Brooklyn As Storms, Heat Hit Tri-State AreaCon Edison crews worked overnight to make repairs to the system, including fixing power lines that became so overheated, they caught on fire.
Manhole Fire, Delays, Malfunctioning Doors Plague Subway System All At OnceThe entire subway system was hit with numerous problems Thursday evening, from power outages and a manhole fire to doors that opened onto the tracks.
Nor'easter Brings Pounding Rain, Cuts Power To 13,000 Customers On Long IslandRain and blasting winds cut power to an estimated 13,000 customers on Long Island Wednesday evening.
Storms Cause Damage, Outages Across Tri-State AreaAs some parts of our area experienced severe weather, the first line of storms brought down plenty of trees and drenches parts of the tri-state area.
Severe Storms Cut Power, Delay Flights, End Yankees Game EarlyFlights were delayed by up to an hour and a half Wednesday evening, and thousands of customers lost power, as a round of severe thunderstorms pounded the area.
Cleanup Underway After Storm Uproots Trees, Takes Down Power Lines In Bergen CountyMany people were picking up on Saturday morning, after wind and rain toppled dozens of trees and left some communities in the dark.
Rate Hikes Brewing For 1 Million JCP&L Customers To Help Cover Storm-Related CostsJersey Central Power & Light, New Jersey's second-largest utility company, has been given tentative permission to raise customers' bills to pay the costs it incurred to restore power following the storms in 2011 and 2012.
Ongoing Utility Problems Leave Brooklyn Residents Feeling PowerlessUtility problems following last week's big snowstorm have left a Brooklyn couple feeling powerless.