| Jul 6, 2010
| 6:39 PM
When you were chowing down on burgers on July 4th, bet you never guessed you'd be the one sizzling on the grill two days later. But power company Consolidated Edison saw it coming and they say they're ready for a fight with mother nature.
| Jul 10, 2010
| 2:46 PM
Con Edison is asking customers in Brooklyn to turn off non-essential appliances after reducing voltage in the borough by eight percent.
The reduction in electricity comes after equipment problems affecting the electrical cables that supply power to a...
| Jul 26, 2010
| 4:04 AM
Thousands of homes on Long Island and in the Bronx are without power after a fierce storm ripped through the area.
The National Weather Service says the storm touched down in the Bronx at around 3 p.m. Sunday and swept east through Nassau and Suffolk...
| Feb 7, 2010
| 4:25 PM
Con Edison crews from Orange and Rockland counties left early Sunday morning to help Atlantic City Electric restore power to customers left in the dark after Saturday's nor'easter.
Seventy-two workers are involved in the effort, and are expected to spend...
| Feb 11, 2010
| 10:54 AM
An explosion in a transformer underneath a Manhattan sidewalk sent flames up the front of a landmark building Thursday, shattering windows and blackening the front of several stories. No injuries were reported.
Consolidated Edison spokesman Christopher...
| Nov 4, 2009
| 5:10 AM
An intense fire tore through a Consolidated Edison substation in Westchester County early Wednesday morning.
At about 5:30 a.m. wild flames engulfed the substation at 142 Kingston Avenue in Yonkers. The station is west of the New York State Thruway....
| Sep 24, 2008
Gov. Paterson announces formation of a working group from LIPA and Con Ed to analyze the proposal for a wind farm off Queens. Release after the jump.......
| Jan 28, 2009
We've already heard from Rep. Peter King, ranking member of the House homeland security committee, saying he did nothing wrong in facilitating a $3 million federal allocation for protective manhole covers like those built by a local company, Manhole......
| Oct 20, 2010
Corporate philanthropy has long been a means of soul-cleansing for American businesses. For arts institutions, corporate donations are a lifeblood without which many would cease to exist. The awkward symbiosis is for the most part unique to the U.S....
| Jun 28, 1996
A New York businessman who in recent years has become a major player in the Connecticut garbage and recycling industries has been indicted by federal prosecutors on mob-related racketeering, extortion and tax conspiracy charges.
Thomas Milo, 58, of...