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    Nearly 7,000 Maryland customers are still in the dark days after storms rolled through the region, sending power lines flying and downing trees across the state. Baltimore Gas and Electric crews have been working for nearly two days to make repairs and restore power to more than 50,000 customers, though as of 12:15 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 6, the utility company was still reporting 700 outages that were impacting 6,922 of its 1,323,704 Maryland customers. At the peak of the storm, nearly 100,000 Maryland residents were without power, according to the Maryland Department of Emergency Management. A breakdown of power outages in Maryland, by county, on Saturday afternoon, according to Baltimore Gas and Electric: Anne Arundel: 58 outages impacting 385 customers; Baltimore: 193 outages impacting 1,330 customers; Baltimore City: 369 outages impacting 4,215 customers; Calvert: 2 outages impacting fewer than five customers;
 Carroll: 7 outages impacting 9 customers; Harford: 20 outages impacting 175 customers; Howard: 41 outages impacting 777 customers; Montgomery: 2 outages impacting fewer than five customers; Prince George’s:...
    More than 20,000 Maryland customers are still in the dark after storms rolled through the region, bringing whipping winds, toppling trees, and downing power lines and wires overnight. Baltimore Gas and Electric crews worked through the night to make repairs and restore power to thousands, though as of 11:15 a.m. on Friday, Aug. 5, the utility company was still reporting 901 outages that were impacting 20,548 of its 1,323,723 Maryland customers. At the peak of the storm, nearly 60,000 Maryland residents were without power, according to the Maryland Department of Emergency Management. A breakdown of power outages in Maryland, by county, on Friday morning, according to Baltimore Gas and Electric: Anne Arundel: 85 outages impacting 1,709 customers; Baltimore: 289 outages impacting 5,485 customers; Baltimore City: 420 outages impacting 11,861 customers; Calvert: 4 outages impacting 14 customers;
Carroll: 21 outages impacting 107 customers; Harford: 48 outages impacting 761 customers; Howard: 32 outages impacting 257 customers; Montgomery: 6 outages impacting 40 customers; Prince George’s: 8 outages impacting 8 customers. No estimated...
    Thousands in the Hudson Valley are without power the morning after storms rolled through the region knocking down utility poles and downing trees. As of around 10 a.m. on Tuesday, April 9, utility companies throughout the region were still working around the clock to make repairs on hundreds of active outages that were impacting customers. According to Con Edison, there were still 26 outages that were impacting 677 of the company’s Westchester customers, with complete restoration scheduled by 3 p.m. on Tuesday afternoon. Outages were still being reported in: Port Chester: 373; Rye Brook: 176; New Rochelle: 89; Rye: 13; Pleasantville: 6; White Plains: 6; Yonkers: 4. Outages were also reported in Ardsley, Eastchester, Greenburgh, Harrison, Mount Kisco, Mount Vernon, North Castle, and Scarsdale. Central Hudson was reporting 65 active outages impacting 1,311 customers in these counties: Greene: 915; Ulster: 328; Albany: 27; Sullivan: 20; Putnam: 11; Orange: 7; Dutchess: 3. Both Orange & Rockland and NYSEG were also reporting less than 50 outages in the Hudson Valley. “We're monitoring the approaching storm...
    Thousands in the Hudson Valley are without power following a fast-moving wind and rain storm that toppled trees, wires, and poles across the region. As of around 10 a.m. on Friday, Feb. 18 outages in the Hudson Valley were being reported by these utility companies: Central Hudson: 101 active outages affecting 4,955 customers Ulster County: 3,709; Sullivan County: 289; Dutchess County: 180; Orange County: 120; Putnam County: 8. Con Edison is reporting 15 active outages impacting 236 of the company’s 360,045 Westchester customers NYSEG is reporting 3,766 customers without power Sullivan: 310; Ulster: 214; Westchester: 192; Dutchess: 125; Orange: 3; Putnam: 1. Orange & Rockland crews were working to repair 86 outages that were impacting 2,649 of its 232,009 Hudson Valley customers Rockland County: 1,271; Orange: 726; Sullivan: 310. Complete power restoration in the Hudson Valley is expected no later than 11 p.m. on Friday night.
    CHICAGO (CBS) — Thousands of Comcast Xfinity customers are reporting internet service outages Tuesday morning in the Chicago area and across the country. The company’s support page on Twitter has been flooded with complaints about outages, and the website Downdetector is reporting as many as 54,000 outages for Xfinity, including in the Chicago area. @XfinitySupport @comcast @Xfinity widespread outages in Chicago, Delaware, Bay Area, as well as with the Xfinity Outage Map. No communication from Comcast thus far $CMCSA — Matt Koz | Financial Freedom (@MattKozFF) November 9, 2021 READ MORE: Man Robbed At Gunpoint Outside Rivers CasinoXfinity has not issued an official statement on its website or social media accounts, and representatives could not immediately be reached for comment. READ MORE: 17-Year-Old Charged In West Town CarjackingMany customers took to Twitter to vent their frustration. @comcast outage map telling me they can't find anything wrong with the service at my address and I'm all good. But then also saying the entire zip code I'm in is down. Gotta love it. — Ian (@IanIs3Letters) November 9, 2021 MORE...
    MARIN COUNTY (CBS SF) — PG&E crews on Sunday morning were responding to widespread reports of power outages in the North Bay affecting over 22,000 customers as the most powerful storm to hit the Bay Area in years slammed the region. According to PG&E’s online outage map, the issues impacting customers cover a large area stretching from Tomales Bay north through Bodega and Occidental all the way up to Cazadero and Forestvillle. Those outages are impacting a total of approximately 15,000 customers. READ MORE: UPDATE: Atmospheric River Crashes Onshore; Driving Rains, Gusty Winds, Flash Flood Fears PG&E outage map North Bay (PG&E) There are additional outages affecting other parts of the North Bay, including an outage in the area south of Petaluma affecting about 1,850 customers and a larger outage impacting Tiburon and Angel Island impacting 5,147 customers. READ MORE: Evacuation Order Issued for San Mateo County Areas Burned by CZU Lightning Complex FireWhile the problems PG&E is facing are concentrated in the North Bay, there are some other trouble spots, with several thousand customers without power in the...
    More than 13,000 residents in the Hudson Valley remained without power following the fallout of Tropical Depression Ida, which made its way through the region more than 24 hours ago. As of 3:15 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 2, Con Edison was still reporting 411 outages, impacting 12,914 of its 360,045 Westchester customers, with “more work required,” as they continue making repairs. More than 1,000 outages were still being reported in Mamaroneck Village (3,760), Mamaroneck Town (1,964), Yonkers (1,188), Scarsdale (1,183), and New Rochelle (1,076). Central Hudson was still working on 62 active outages, that were impacting 2,319 of its Hudson Valley customers, with 1,055 in Dutchess, 203 in Ulster County, 186 in Putnam County, and 107 in Orange County.
 “Central Hudson crews are hard at work making repairs throughout the service area after yesterday’s soaking rains,” Ryan Hawthorne, the Vice President of Electric Engineering and Operations at Central Hudson said. 
“We’re working to address nearly 110 individual damage locations and we anticipate restoration efforts to last more than 24 hours. We expect to have more than half of the currently...
    Utility crews in Connecticut are still hard at work making repairs to hundreds of reported outages that are impacting more than 10,000 customers as Tropical Storm Elsa moves up the East Coast. Elsa moved across Connecticut early on Friday, July 9, bringing heavy rain and whipping winds, which sent power lines flying and toppled trees, leaving thousands without power overnight. As of 11:45 a.m. on Friday, July 9, Eversource was still reporting 10,042 of the company’s 1,285,863 customers were without power, while United Illuminating was working on 39 active outages, impacting 2,109 customers. Washington (2,230 customers without power) was hit the hardest, followed by Milford (1,363), Haddam (1,290), Guilford (1,149), Westport (779), Monroe (588), Portland (364), New Haven (321), and Manchester (305). No estimated time for complete restoration of power has been provided by either utility company. Check Daily Voice for updates. 
    The heatwave that has been crushing the East Coast left hundreds in Westchester without power as crews scrambled to make repairs as some systems became overwhelmed. As of 2:30 p.m. on Wednesday, June 30, Con Edison was reporting 13 active outages, which were impacting 556 of the company’s 360,045 customers in Westchester. In total, Con Edison was reporting 177 active outages that were impacting 3,502 of their 3,535,450 customers. The bulk of the outages were reported in Yonkers (338 customers reporting outages), Tarrytown (193), and Yorktown (19). Other outages were reported in Bronxville, Greenburgh, New Castle, and New Rochelle. Complete restoration is expected no later than 4 p.m. on Wednesday afternoon. "We are asking our customers in NYC and Westchester to conserve energy and help keep service reliable, as the intense heat and humidity continue for a 4th straight day," they posted on social media. "If you experience a service interruption, please report it (here)."   Check Daily Voice for updates.
    Hundreds of Massachusetts residents are now without power as wind gusts topping 50 mph whip through the region. A High Wind Warning is in effect until 4 p.m. Monday, March 29. As of around 10:30 a.m. on Monday, utility crews from Eversource were still working to repair dozens of outages that were impacting 2,766 of the company’s 220,386 customers in Western Massachusetts. An additional 71 customers were impacted in Central and Eastern Massachusetts, according to the company. The hardest-hit area was Becket, which reported 1,473 outages, impacting more than 75 percent of the company’s customers. Outages were also reported in Blandford, Buckland, Chester, Chesterfield, Colrain, Conway, Cummington, Huntington, Lanesborough, Lee, Middlefield, Otis, Pittsfield, Plainfield, Richmond, Sandisfield, Savoy, Tolland, Washington, Westhampton, Windsor, and Worthington. 
    Hundreds of homes and businesses in the Hudson Valley lost power as whipping winds sent branches flying and downed power lines caused outages throughout the region. With wind gusts topping 50 mph in the Hudson Valley during the overnight hours, crews worked to restore multiple outages, with work extending through the morning. Early on Monday, March 15, Con Edison was still working to repair nearly a dozen active outages that were impacting 115 of Westchester’s 360,045 customers, with full restoration expected no later than 1 p.m. Outages were still being reported in Cortlandt, Elmsford, Mount Pleasant, New Castle, Pleasantville, and Yonkers. Central Hudson was reporting 12 active outages, impacting 105 customers, including 62 in Dutchess, 42 in Ulster, and one in Orange County. There were still 59 customers out in Orange and 12 in Rockland, according to Orange & Rockland Utilities, while NYSEG was reporting just one outage, in Westchester.
    Thousands in Connecticut had power restored overnight as the state contends with the first major winter storm of 2021 and one of the biggest in years. Utility crews across the state worked overnight to make repairs, with several hundred still in the dark as of around 10:30 a.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 2. Eversource was reporting multiple outages on Tuesday morning, which were still impacting 854 of the company’s 1,283,816 customers. Multiple outages were still being reported in Farmington (321), Voluntown (282), Sterling (96), North Stonington (18), Meriden (12), Bloomfield (10), Woodbury (9) Stonington (6), Plainfield, and Redding. United Illuminated was also reporting two active outages that were impacting 105 customers, impacting 104 in New Haven and one in Trumbull. 
“We’re checking our equipment and supplies and staging the crews at our work centers across the state to ensure we’re ready to repair any damage we may see from this storm,” Eversource President of Regional Electric Operations Craig Hallstrom said. “We also remind customers that restorations may take longer as we ensure the safety of our employees and customers while continuing to...
    Thousands in Connecticut have been left without power as a strong storm system sweeps through the region, bringing rain and wind gusts approaching 50 mph. As of 3 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 30, Eversource crews were working to repair hundreds of active outages that were impacting 17,690 of the company’s 1,282,842 customers. The breakdown of customers impacted by reported outages in Fairfield County, according to Eversource: Ridgefield: 293; Redding: 209; Danbury: 185; Wilton: 171; Westport: 157; Monroe: 103; Stamford: 34; Newtown: 15; Greenwich: 9; Darien: 8; Weston: fewer than 3; New Canaan: fewer than 2. United Illuminating was reporting 30 outages that were impacting 658 of their Connecticut customers, including outages in Bridgeport, Easton, Fairfield, Shelton, Stratford, and Trumbull. “Winds are picking up and will continue through midnight,” Eversource posted on social media. “(Hundreds) of crews are responding to outages—as long as it’s safe to do so with these strong gusts. Stay clear of downed lines, don’t drive over them, and call 9-1-1.”
    Thousands across the Hudson Valley are without power as wind storms topping 55 mph rolled through the region downing power lines and toppling tree branches. Utility crews from NYSEG, Orange & Rockland Utilities, and Central Hudson were each reporting hundreds of outages, impacting thousands of customers as of 2:35 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 2.  Earlier story - Wind Advisory: Gusts Of Up To 55 MPH Could Cause Power Outages Central Hudson was reporting 223 active outages, which were impacting 6,627 customers, including 681 in Dutchess, 187 in Orange County, 185 in Sullivan County, and 62 in Putnam County. Orange & Rockland was repairing 105 outages, impacting 2,593 of its 303,111 customers. There were 1,336 customers without power in Orange, 536 in Rockland, and 470 in Sullivan County. More than 100 outages were reported in Mamakating (389), Deerpark (325), Clarkstown (288), Wallkill (235), Montebello (198), Monroe (156), Warwick (125), and Minisink (104). NYSEG had 3,116 customers without power in Sullivan, 800 in Putnam, 12 in Ulster, four in Dutchess, and one in Orange County. At the height of the storm, utility...
    Thousands in the Hudson Valley lost power overnight as utility crews worked to restore hundreds of reported outages due to storms that brought whipping winds to the area. At the peak of the storm, nearly 10,000 Hudson Valley residents were left in the dark as crews worked overnight to make repairs and turn the lights back on. As of 10 a.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 30, Con Edison was still reporting 89 outages, which were impacting 1,282 of its 3,535,450 New York customers, while NYSEG had 1,272 customers without power in Westchester. NYSEG was also reporting outages in: Dutchess: 227 customers; Putnam: 134; Sullivan: 82; Ulster: 51. Additionally, Central Hudson was reporting 29 active outages, impacting 555 customers in several Hudson Valley counties: Dutchess: 385 customers impacted; Ulster: 93; Orange: 51; Sullivan: 19; Putnam: 2. According to Orange & Rockland, there were still 15 outages, which were impacting 133 of its 302,895 customers, 19 in Rockland County, 11 in Orange County, and one in Sullivan County. Complete power restoration by all utility companies in...
    (Reuters) - San Francisco-based power provider PG&E Corp said on Friday it has started rotating power outages at the direction of California's grid operator, impacting about 200,000 to 250,000 customers at a time, given the strain on the power grid during the statewide heatwave. The company said in a statement it is not calling a public safety power shut-off, which is conducted during specific high fire threat conditions. PG&E said its outages, directed by the California Independent System Operator, are expected to impact up to 250,000 customers at a time in rotations of one hour each. PG&E will not be able to inform customers in advance of the shut-offs that could occur anywhere within the company's service area, the statement said. Last year, PG&E's power shut-offs hit hundreds of thousands of homes and workplaces in northern California and were condemned by customers as well as authorities for being too widespread, with insufficient communication. The company recently emerged from bankruptcy, marking an end to a long-drawn restructuring process which began after its equipment sparked some of the deadliest wildfires in California....
    SAN RAFAEL (KPIX) – With temperatures climbing into triple-digits, tens of thousands of households and businesses were without power on Friday. According to Pacific Gas & Electric’s outage report, the largest outages were in San Mateo and San Rafael. As of 6:40 p.m., the utility said 33,868 ratepayers were without power in San Mateo. “Our preliminary determination is that your outage was caused by an emergency issue,” said the utility. PG&E has assigned a crew to assess the outage.” Power was expected to be restored by 9 p.m. In San Rafael, some 35,207 customers were without power as of 6:30 p.m., according to PG&E. Power was expected to be restored by 9:45 p.m. The San Rafael Police Department issued a warning for motorists saying to treat dark stop lights as a four way stop.
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