Tropical Storm Isaias: New Jersey Residents Getting Increasingly Frustrated As They Wait For Power To Be RestoredCBS2 traveled to Wyckoff on Thursday and spoke to residents who are still waiting for utility companies to remove fallen trees and restore power.
With Summer Starting Saturday, Local Power Companies Say They're ReadyWith the temperatures rising, many of us have already started cranking that air conditioner.
Wind Storm Brings Down Trees, Power Lines Throughout New York AreaPSEG says at the height of the outages, the numbers on Long Island were over 13,000.
Hurricane Dorian: Local Utility Workers Head To Florida To Help Energy CrewsMore than 100 electric and line workers were expected to leave from Clifton, New Jersey, early Saturday morning.
N.J. Town Takes Issue With PSE&G's Plan To Upgrade ServiceA power company says it's time for a New Jersey town to upgrade its system, but residents are pushing back, saying the utility's plan won't work for their community.
PSE&G: Power Restored In Newark After Transformer Fire, Some Still AffectedPSE&G says at the height of the outage, service was out to approximately 1,500 customers as crews waited to inspect the damaged electrical facilities.
Police: New Jersey Woman Robbed In Phony PSE&G Worker ScamPolice in New Jersey are looking for a pair of suspects they say posed as PSE&G employees to rob an elderly resident’s home.
Woman Dies After PSE&G Cuts Power To Her HomeA New Jersey woman has died after the electricity company cut power to her house, despite her paying $500 to her account only days before.
Power Outages Hit Communities Around New JerseyPSE&G said at least 35,000 had had power restored following an outage in Union County, including locations in Cranford, Clark, Kenilworth, Mountainside, Elizabeth and Union.
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.
Half-Paved Streets Infuriate Clifton, N.J. ResidentsSome road rage has been building up in one New Jersey town, where residents are fed up with streets that never seem to be getting fixed.