PSEG Long Island Says Customers Could Be Without Power Until MondayThe utility said most would have power back by Sunday, but it could take until Monday in areas that suffered the most damage.
Upper Manhattan Goes Dark Overnight; Con Ed Says Outages Unrelated To StormNew York City lights can often be seen from miles away, but for 30 minutes Friday morning, nearly half of Manhattan went dark.
Tropical Storm Isaias: Westchester County Residents Worried Cleanup, Power Restoration Effort Lagging; 'We Just Can't Get Answers Out Of Anybody'No power is one concern, but residents are also upset their streets are still impassable. They're worried they'd be trapped during an emergency.
Tropical Storm Isaias: Officials Say More Than 7,000 Power Lines Came Down In NYCThe wind from Tropical Storm Isaias caused widespread damage across the five boroughs.
De Blasio Says Isaias 'One Of The Most Serious Weather Events Since Hurricane Sandy'"What a powerful storm it was, even though it was only here for a few hours," de Blasio said.
Tropical Storm Isaias Causes Con Edison's Second Largest Storm-Related Outage In HistorySuperstorm Sandy holds the record for storm-related outages. It knocked out service for 1.1 million customers.
Hundreds Left In The Dark After Bronx Manhole Fire Knocks Out Power In Mott HavenA manhole fire is being blamed for knocking out power to more than 700 customers in Mott Haven.
With Summer Starting Saturday, Local Power Companies Say They're ReadyWith the temperatures rising, many of us have already started cranking that air conditioner.
Manhole Fire Knocks Out Power On Upper West SideCon Edison crews responded to West 108th Street and Central Park West on the Upper West Side.
New Yorkers Getting Higher Con Ed Rates Immediately, Then Higher Again Over Years To Come
Con Edison Rates Going Up, But Not As Much As Originally ThoughtThe state Public Service Commission cut the requested hike by more than 75% but did approve a $1.2 billion, three-year rate increase.
Con Edison Customers May See Gas, Electric Bills Go UpUnder the proposal, typical residents’ electric bills would go up about 4% each year. Gas bills would jump even more, increasing more than 7% each year.
Demanding Answers: Gov. Cuomo Sends Subtle Warning To Con Ed Over Its Gas MoratoriumFresh off his success in forcing National Grid to provide natural gas to thousands of customers, Gov. Andrew Cuomo sets his sights on a new target -- Con Edison.
Westchester First Responders Getting Hands-On Training From Con Ed On Natural Gas EmergenciesAs winter approaches and natural gas use soars, first responders in Westchester County will be better equipped to handle gas emergencies. Everything from simple leaks to full-blown fires.
Power Restored To Over 1,000 Con Edison Customers In QueensAccording to officials with New York City's emergency management team, residents in at least five zip codes within the Hollis section of the borough were left in the dark Friday night.