NEW YORK — A new BJ’s Wholesale Club under construction here will provide a much-needed economic boost to a Brooklyn community recovering from the effects Hurricane Sandy, city officials said. BJ’s, based in Westboro, Mass., broke ground for the new outlet in the Gravesend section of Brooklyn on Monday. The store is expected to provide 300 jobs in planning, construction and store personnel in the area, which was hit hard by Hurricane Sandy, officials said. More news: ...

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