July 25, 2010 |
Four prominent Pennsylvania Republicans are earning more than a combined $1 million a year as directors on three boards connected with the Milton Hershey School, one of the state's wealthiest charities and the nation's largest residential school for disadvantaged children. LeRoy Zimmerman, a former two-term attorney general who has headed the charity since 2006, earned the most, $499,996, according to the group's latest tax filing with the Internal Revenue Service. The others are: James Nevels, a Philadelphia investment manager, who was compensated $325,359 on two Hershey-related boards.
May 10, 1991 |
High on the 76ers' chalkboard list of things to do tonight will be: rebound. In the second game of the series - a 112-100 loss on Monday and a game the Sixers had a chance to win - it was rebounding as much as anything that killed the Sixers. They didn't protect their defensive board, letting the Bulls slip in for 16 offensive rebounds. "Letting them get those easy shots has made their shooting percentage look a lot better than it really should have been," said assistant coach Fred Carter.