PSEG Long Island Sued Over Giant, Steel Utility Poles Following Deadly CrashPSEG Long Island is facing several lawsuits over the giant steel utility poles it installed in a rural area of eastern Long Island.
CBS2 Exclusive: Scammers Are Calling, Threatening To Shut Off L.I. Businesses' ElectricitySome small businesses on Long Island are the latest targets of utility scammers who make an urgent demand.
PSEG Long Island Workers Heading To Florida To Help With Irma RecoveryPSEG Long Island workers and contractors are heading to Florida to help restore power to millions of people who are still without electricity following Hurricane Irma.
Some L.I. Power Customers Are Furious About Glossy PSEG Fliers In MailWhy, some Long Island rate payers are demanding to know, is their utility spending $5.5 million a year on advertising?
PSEG Crews Prepare For Hurricane Season On Long IslandLinemen took turns being hoisted high into the air to inspect power lines at the utility's headquarters in Hicksville.
Debate Growing Over Unexpected Power Pole Installations On Eastern Long IslandDozens of 80-foot tall steel power poles are going up along a business and residential district of an east end farming community.
'We Are Being Squeezed': Long Island Seniors Hit Hard By Recent Electric Rate Hikes"We cannot at this moment pay for our food, medication and stay warm. Something has to be done," Carol Leonard, of Leisure Village, said.
PSEG Long Island Says Price Of Fuel Largely To Blame For Rate HikeLong Island residents will soon see higher energy bills, and a PSEG Long Island said Tuesday that the move is necessary.
New Year Means Higher Energy Bills For Displeased PSEG Long Island CustomersA new year meant a new round of bills, as folks on Long Island began seeing higher charges on their electric statements.
PSEG Long Island Hiking Power Bills By $10Customers will not be pleased to hear that there will be another increase on their PSEG Long Island bills.
Long Beach Residents Outraged Over Ongoing Power OutagesSome residents say the power has gone out 20 times in the last month -- sometimes during peak hours, when businesses and homeowners need it most.
As Temperatures Rise, Tri-State Area Utilities Urge Customers To Conserve EnergyUtilities across the Tri-State area are assuring customers they're ready for what could be the start of the first heat wave of the summer.