From the latest--with commentary--on the foul-smelling NYOFCo sewage plant to a joyous story of a teen's visit to Antarctica, the new issue of The Hunts Point Express is on the street and on-line now.
Other stories include the push to close Spofford, the Bridges Juvenile Justice Center, the rebirth of Bronx beer (maybe) in the Banknote building, the $50,000 scholarships that have given nine high school students a new perspective and training for green jobs to lift the South Bronx out of poverty.
Find the paper in community centers, libraries, schools, clinics and other public places in Hunts Point and Longwood or read it on-line at www.huntspointexpress.com.
Saturday, April 10, 2010
Posted by Bernard L. Stein at 1:27 PM