Norwich, NY (WBNG Binghamton) Although it was not hit as badly as other local communities, many residents in Norwich are still in the dark.
More then one hundred people are currently without power there.
This includes thirty five homes on Whaupuanuacua road in North Norwich.
Some have been able to use generators to keep food cold and take showers, but they aren't pleased with what it's costing them.
"It's expensive, we have two generators it's been about thirty dollars in gas a day to keep the generators going," says David Yarnes of Norwich.
"It's been miserable, I had a little generator and that kept the refrigerator and a couple lights at night but that's it but all this gas that's been soaking in the generator is really draining my wallet," says David Crawford of Norwich.
NYSEG crews were on Whaupaunacau Road repairing downed power lines.
NYSEG told those on that road they would have power restored Friday.
Residents in Norwich say they've been helping out their neighbors.
Some are lending their own generators to their neighbors.
One resident has been allowing people on her road to come take showers at her home and even has even been providing them with meals.