By Harlem World Magazine In a highly debated move, the New York State Public Service Commission, under Governor Hochul’s appointment, has given the green light to Con Edison’s steep $60 rate hike for New Yorkers.
Due to frigid temperatures and increased demand on interstate pipelines.
From gas leaks and fires to major storms and flooding, NYC business owners face many challenges that can impact their operations and assets.
Con Edison has reached a $153.3 million settlement with the New York State Public Service Commission for a gas explosion that killed eight people and injured 50 in 2014.
Two days ago, federal investigators found a leak in a 125-year-old gas main adjacent to one of the two East Harlem buildings that exploded last week, killing eight, injuring 58, and displacing dozens more.
The legendary Harlem Gas Light Company the precursor to ConEdison was founded in Harlem, New York, in 1855.
Due to necessary electrical cable repairs, Con Edison has asked customers in Harlem, Manhattan (between West 135th Street to West 138th Street and Broadway to Riverside Drive)…
By Lil Nickelson On Tuesday, August 1st, 2023, at 6 pm sharp LaSharn Cooper-Patt, Recreation Supervisor of the Pelham Fritz Recreation Center. She walked onto the stage of the Richard Rodgers Amphitheater to greet the audience assembled at 6 pm that evening. A wonderful program was about to take place titled Dance in Marcus Garvey…
The 49th annual HARLEM WEEK, presented by Amazon Access, continues this week with live and virtual experiences with the theme, “Be the Change. Hope. Joy. Love.”
NY Sun Works hosted 900 young people from Harlem to The Hudson yesterday at their 12th Annual Discovering Sustainability Science Youth Conference.
Dear President Biden, Senate Majority Leader Schumer, Senate Minority Leader McConnell, House Speaker McCarthy, and House Minority Leader Jeffries.
Community Works NYC proudly announces a second, larger-than-life “Harlem is . . . Healing” Outdoor Exhibition in Harlem.
AARP New York State Director Beth Finkel issued the following statement in response to the joint proposal.
Today, a diverse group of organizations from across the state urged Governor Kathy Hochul to sign Intervenor Funding (A873-A, Cahill / S3034-A, Parker) into law.
Capital One City Parks Foundation SummerStage, New York City’s beloved outdoor performing arts festival, is continuing with their summer performances this week.