Photo courtesy savejwilljones.com At J. Will Jones Elementary, workers are busy retrofitting, and the staff is getting ready to leave for good. "It's sad to walk through the building and see all the rooms empty, the library stripped clean," Brian Flores, the former principal, tells Hair Ball ... More >>
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