NYS Senate Takes Major Step For Utility Consumers To Establish Independent Advocate

AARP New York State Director Beth Finkel issued the following statement today on the New York State Senate’s passage of a bill to establish an independent utility consumer advocate from Harlem to the Hudson: Continue Reading →

Protect Your Business, Prepare For Business Emergencies Featuring Con Edison In Harlem

From gas leaks and fires to major storms and flooding, NYC business owners face many challenges that can impact their operations and assets. Continue Reading →

Explosion Burns Girl Near Con Ed Office In Harlem

A 14-year-old girl is lucky to be alive after being burned by an explosion near a Con Edison work site in Harlem, according to reports from Patch. Continue Reading →

Massive Sinkhole Opens Up On 101st Street

Patch reports that a massive sinkhole that could swallow a car whole has opened up on an Upper West Side street, and area residents are frustrated by the lack of urgency in fixing the problem. Continue Reading →

NYC Department of Citywide Administrative Services Announces $9.3 Million In Energy Rebates From Harlem To Hollis

The NYC Department of Citywide Administrative Services (DCAS) today announced that it received payment of $9.3 million from the New York Independent System Operator (NYISO). Continue Reading →

East Harlem Storefront Celebrates City’s Stickball History

Originally published on Monday, January 21, 2013:

The greatest urban street game ever invented — stickball — is being celebrated in a storefront gallery in East Harlem where broomstick-swinging, spaldeen-smashing masters are bucking the odds to keep the sport alive and pass it on to the next generation. Continue Reading →

Con Ed Workers Injured After Harlem Manhole Explodes

Two Manhattan Con Edison workers faced a nightmare on the job Saturday when a manhole they were working on suddenly exploded, officials said. Continue Reading →

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