Con Edison works to restore power for people across Westchester
Con Edison says it's working around the clock to get the power back on for people across Westchester following the Christmas storm.
The utility says it already restored power to at least 95% of Westchester, but for many across the Hudson Valley - they've gone about 24 hours without power.
Caritas, the largest food pantry in Port Chester, is still without power. The pantry serves between 10,000 and 12,000 meals a month, but without power they may lose any prepared trays.
The pantry is on North Main Street, where four utility poles fell during the Christmas Eve storm.
The executive director of Caritas, Bill Cusano, says he's working to get a generator.