Will Hill ready for another crack at Don Bosco
JERSEY CITY, N.J. -- Things are popping up in Downtown. Once considered an urban jungle, Ward E of the state's second largest city (pop. 240,055) is jumping.
Shiny office complexes and high-rise condominiums have sprouted. Trendy restaurants are opening and there's a hop in the step of the urban genteel.
Two decades ago, the nondescript building, which now houses the brain trust of a high school football powerhouse, was stuck amid gritty streets of aging factories and tired store fronts. ...
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