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Canadian Cement Company Hopes to Set Up Shop on Bronx Waterfront

McInnis Cement wants its $40 million facility to be up and running by the end of 2016.

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Bronx Nightclub Could Shut Down Due To Gun Violence, Police Say

Club Miami has already had at least two gun incidents so far this year.

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Tax Exemption Could Spur More Wine, Beer and Cider Tastings

Gov. Andrew Cuomo is proposing eliminating the 'tasting tax' in his upcoming budget.

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Local Politicians Oppose Expansion of Medical Waste Company

Stericycle is attempting to renew and expand the operating permit for its Port Morris facility.

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South Bronx Schools Under-Enrolled by Hundreds of Students, DOE Stats Show

The schools are under capacity by more than 200 students at some locations.

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Medical Waste Company Blasted Over Bid to Renew Permit

The company Stericycle faced several hostile questions during a meeting at Hostos Community College.

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Pedestrian Bridge From Bronx to Randall's Island Should Open Soon

A bridge between Randall's Island and 132nd Street in the Bronx should be ready by 2015, officials said.

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150 Jobs Coming to South Bronx at Software Testing Center

The center is a partnership between the companies Per Scholas and Manhattan-based Doran Jones.

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City Breweries Offer Seasonal Beers to Quench Summer Thirsts

DNAinfo compiled a list of some of the best summer beers from local breweries across the five boroughs.

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Taste of the Bronx Returns as Invite-Only Event in Manhattan

The event will take place on June 19 at Coca-Cola's Midtown headquarters.

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Bronx Brewery to Start Making Beer in Its Home Borough

The brewery will have its grand opening on Saturday, August 2.

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Explore New York City's Abandoned Places

Take an adventure in city history at these abandoned places that can be visited legally.

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Bar Patrons Watched as Harlem River Surged Into Port Morris

The Clock Bar at Bruckner Blvd. and Lincoln Ave. stayed open as floodwaters surged from the Harlem River.

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FreshDirect Encourages Bronx Residents to Apply for 200 New Jobs

The company will partner with local leaders to hire residents of The Bronx, its future home, it said.

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FreshDirect Hires Majora Carter to Round Up Local Support for Bronx Move

The online grocer hired the award-winning eco-activist as a consultant to engage local groups.