Topic: Connecticut Light & Power Company
The eye of Hurricane Sandy is still about 300 miles from land, but it's long reach is already being felt in 17 states. Some are being hit, others are getting ready for the storm's arrival.
Burned by long power outages last fall, utility companies are prepping for the arrival of Hurricane Sandy, which is expected merge with a winter storm and create what forecasters are branding "Frankenstorm." As many as 50 million people could be effected by Sandy.
A Connecticut utility company has agreed to reimburse a woman $10,500, after charging her for the streetlights outside her home for 25 years.
In many areas with power outages, the temperature in homes is barely 50 degrees, and trick-or-treating has been canceled because of concerns about downed wires.
10/31/2011 09:01 pm
Bridgeport tornado: Trees were split in half, cars were crushed, and power lines were toppled as a suspected tornado ripped through Bridgeport, Connecticut Thursday.
06/24/2010 07:47 pm
The Middletown explosion at an under-construction power plant in Connecticut may have been caused by a natural gas leak, according to officials. The blast is reported to have killed two people and injured several more.
02/07/2010 05:18 pm
Disconnect notices have risen sharply, indicating stress on more households.
07/25/2008 01:00 am