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Firefighter Billy Dunn warms up at the mouth of a portable heater at the scene of a fire on 213th Street in Hollis.
Which way to the surf? Near LeFrak City, this young man carries a belly board home in the snow.
Mayor Bill de Blasio announces that traffic deaths hit an all-time low in Queens in 2017 thanks to his Vision Zero initiative, gaining approval of new City Councilman Robert Holden, who had his doubts in the past.
Seven individuals, including two from Queens, are headed to court after their arrests for allegedly running a motorcycle-theft ring.
Luggage remains piled high at Terminal 4 at JFK in the aftermath of a snowstorm and a water main break in the terminal that shut down operations.
Right after the holidays, blood supplies nearly always take a nose dive. So Mr. Met is going to bat for a team-sponsored blood drive at Citi Field — though apparently, when stuck, he bleeds royal blue.
"Those bikes aren't going any place soon," reads the caption of this Instagram post from Astoria.

The end of 13 straight days of sub-freeezing temperatures was certainly welcome. But Winter Storm Grayson left a slushy reminder that there is still a long way to go to spring. Here are some of the best shots of the storm and more top photos of the week.

Updated 12:32 am, July 10, 2018
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