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Advocates cast suspicious eye on Amazon delivery facility plans

Advocates cast suspicious eye on Amazon delivery facility plans

Despite its ample size, the new facility would employ no more than 10 full-time staffers or as few as five. Thus far, there is no stipulation for local hiring.

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Protesters demand city oust construction company, following racist outbursts

Councilman Rafael Salamanca (with mic) and Assembylman Marcos Crespo lead chants

Several of the seniors joined elected officials and dozens of other angry area residents to demand that the city cut off its $47 million contract with a Westchester-based Halcyon construction company., following allegations of racism.

Environment / Jobs

Local company harnesses the sun to power the neighborhood

The solar panels

But although this new community solar farm on Commerce Avenue promises cleaner energy, good jobs for Bronxites and lower electric bills for homeowners and renters around the city, many locals are unaware of the benefits it says it will bring.

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Program brings tech skills to Hunts Point

What makes The Knowledge House unique is that its classes encourage students to solve community problems with tech.

What makes The Knowledge House unique is that its classes encourage students to solve community problems with tech.

Environment / Jobs

City unveils flood-prevention strategies

A family at the pier at

As engineers and planners look for ways to keep Hunts Point safe from catastrophic flooding, residents have mixed feelings about their findings so far.

Food / Jobs

Mayor kicks off Bronx Week at food distribution markets

Photo courtesy of City Hall.

The mayor spoke at the Hunts Point Cooperative Market on Food Center Drive to kick off the second installment of the City Hall in Your Borough.

Business / Jobs

Registration starts for entrepreneur boot camp

Omar Freilla at Greenworkers' 2016 graduation.

Over five years, the Co-op Academy has helped form approximately 20 new cooperatives, creating approximately 50 to 60 jobs.

Environment / Health / Jobs

Hunts Point celebrates annual hustle

Runners launch off the starting line at the Hunts Point Hustle.

On the morning of the 10th annual Hunts Point Hustle, the skies were filled with clouds and weather predictions called for rain, but that didn’t stop the 113 runners who came out to run the 5k race.

Government / Jobs

Council candidate says job creation is key

Rev. J. Loren Russell

Creating jobs and new businesses is a central theme in the campaign of a political newcomer, Rev. J. Loren Russell, who is running for the vacant seat for city council in District 17.