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Power is slowly starting to come back across New York City.

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As NYC begins its recovery from Hurricane Sandy, DNAinfo is collecting the storm's most arresting images.

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ConEd and DEP have begun giving out dry and wet ice and will set up water-on-the-go drinking fountains.

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But repairs could take up to a week in places as debris from the storm still needs to be cleared. 

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Hurricane Sandy left at least 18 people dead and wreaked havoc across the five boroughs.

East Village »

Some residents of Zone A regretted not leaving as Hurricane Sandy wreaked havoc along the East River.

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About 780,000 New York City-area households are without power following the storm, Mayor Bloomberg said.

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Flooding left roughly 670,000 people in New York City and Westchester without electricity.

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Con Ed had announced it would allow workers to return to their posts before a storm slams New York.

Union Square »

A Con Edison service box near the Union Square subway station caught fire Friday afternoon.

Flushing »

The state says that investigators handed over reports of the Flushing blast to a Con Ed consultant.

Union Square »

Con Ed workers rallied Thursday at company headquarters as leaders headed back to the bargaining table.

Upper West Side »

A Con Ed worker was in serious condition after being burned to the face at 154 W. 70th St. Wednesday.

Union Square »

Con Ed and the Local 1-2 of the Utility Workers of America will resume talks Thursday, the union said.

New York City »

Managers were filling in for thousands of Con Ed workers who were locked out after contact talks halted.