A large sinkhole in Washington Heights nearly swallowed two parked vehicles early Monday. Continue Reading →
New York City-area electric customers would see the overall average bill rise 4.5 percent under Consolidated Edison Inc.’s first rate proposed increase since 2012, part of a plan to boost revenue by $482 million, the utility said Friday. Continue Reading →
State regulators on Thursday accused Con Ed of 11 violations of gas-safety regulations in last year’s East Harlem building explosion that killed eight people. Continue Reading →
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