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Harrell played poorly in the bubble following the death of his grandmother, but his scoring ability, pick-and-roll savvy and motor make him one of the best big men on the board.
His mother was a teacher, and his father worked for an insurance company where Mary McLeod Bethune, the women’s and civil rights activist, served on the board.
If the Rockets are reluctant to trade Harden to the Philadelphia 76ers, where Morey now runs the show, the Nets are perhaps the best option on the board.
He encouraged Metro staff members to be more “aggressive” and bring a plan to the board that might transform Metro’s fleet to fully electric by 2035.
The 54-page planning document published Thursday is essentially a wish list, explaining to the council why the library system’s board believes city funds would be well spent on the projects.
The 22-year-old scoring forward was projected higher on many draft boards, and he will be able to help right away on one of the NBA’s worst rosters.
Williams’ selection by the Bulls qualifies as a bit of a surprise, but he had risen up draft boards in recent weeks.
Afterward, the two Democratic members of the board rejoiced.
“No one did,” John La Raia, a club board member and retired Air Force officer, said as he showed me around this fall.
The group works on behalf of school boards, administrators and principals.
NEW DATA SHOWS THE USE OF SECLUSION AND RESTRAINT INCREASED IN ILLINOIS SCHOOLS DURING THE 2017–18 SCHOOL YEARBY JENNIFER SMITH RICHARDS, CHICAGO TRIBUNE, AND JODI S. COHEN, PROPUBLICANOVEMBER 17, 2020PROPUBLICA

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