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  • NYC Students Embarrassed By Ridiculous ConEd Spelling Fail

    NYC Students Embarrassed By Ridiculous ConEd Spelling Fail
    On the Lower East Side, there is an eight foot high, glaring spelling error that lies on the ground, smack in the middle. What is supposed to spell "School X-ING," instead reads "SHCOOL X-NG." That is quite the snafu. S-N-A-F-U. "This is embarrassing ,...
  • Worker Buried In Mud During Harlem Trench Collapse Survives

    Worker Buried In Mud During Harlem Trench Collapse Survives
    A 30-year-old construction worker trapped in a muddy trench was finally rescued by FDNY and NYPD rescue teams, even though he had slipped deeper into the pit--buried up to his shoulders--at various times during the digging out process on Friday. "I...
  • Con Edison Announces Possible Shutdowns

    Con Edison Announces Possible Shutdowns
    Con Edison is monitoring electric, gas & steam for outages, and issued the following press release: As Hurricane Irene approaches New York, Con Edison is closely monitoring the storm's progress and preparing for the possibility of extensive outages to...
  • Irene Downgrades To Tropical Storm: Leaves Thousands Without Power

    Irene Downgrades To Tropical Storm: Leaves Thousands Without Power
    Power Outage Update (5:30 a.m.): CON EDISON: Total New York City Customers Without Power: Staten Island - 13,551 of 174,202 customers; Estimated Restoration: Aug 30, 11:59 PM Brooklyn - 4,971 of 1,026,426 customers; Estimated Restoration: Aug 31, 11:00...
  • Irene's aftermath claims second Marylander as utilities work to restore power

    Irene's aftermath claims second Marylander as utilities work to restore power
    As the pace of electricity restoration slowed Tuesday, the aftermath of Hurricane Irene continued to frustrate thousands of utility customers and officials announced another storm-related death in Maryland. More than 165,000 customers remained without...
  • Tractor-Trailer Explodes At Westchester Gas Station, No Injuries

    Tractor-Trailer Explodes At Westchester Gas Station, No Injuries
    Fire officials are on the scene of a tractor-trailer explosion at a gas station early Friday morning in Westchester County. Streets in the area near Pelham Parkway and Secor Lane are completely blocked off as officials investigate what may have caused...
  • Con Edison Threatens To Evict Mosque Tenants

    Con Edison Threatens To Evict Mosque Tenants
    There may be no fury like a bill collector scorned. And when Consolidated Edison is your bill collector, you pay up -- or risk getting get cut off. That's the dilemma now facing Park 51, the controversial, so-called "Ground Zero Mosque," Cultural Center/...
  • Apple sparks renewed interest in dividend-paying stocks

    Apple sparks renewed interest in dividend-paying stocks
    Apple made headlines again last week, but this time they weren't entirely about the new iPad. The tech behemoth announced that it would start paying a quarterly dividend worth $2.65 per share beginning in July. That amounts to nearly $10 billion to be...
  • 12 Firefighters Injured While Battling 3-Alarm Inwood House Fire

    12 Firefighters Injured While Battling 3-Alarm Inwood House Fire
    A massive fire and explosion Friday left a dozen firefighters injured and residents displaced in the Inwood section of Manhattan. According to authorities, flames broke out at about 3 a.m. at the home on West 217th Street. Neighbor Juan Sori told...
  • Elevator Mechanic Electrocuted To Death While Making Repairs In Midtown Building

    Elevator Mechanic Electrocuted To Death While Making Repairs In Midtown Building
    An elevator repairman died after he was electrocuted while working at a Midtown office building Wednesday night. The man's body was discovered at about 9:30 Wednesday night on the ninth floor of the 40-story building, located at 1290 6th Avenue, near...
  • ConEd: Thousands Still Without Power In Westchester County

    ConEd: Thousands Still Without Power In Westchester County
    The cleanup continued Monday morning following Saturday's historic October snow storm. The northern suburbs were especially hard hit. As of 7 a.m., Monday, Con Edison reported just under 60,000 customers were still without power in Westchester County. At...