The Daily Numbers: 120
employees at Sunoco’s Center City Philadelphia HQ who will be moving to new digs in Newtown Square.
workers from Sunoco’s Airport Business Center in Tinicum also headed to Newtown.
square feet of space being taken by Sunoco in development at the Ellis Preserve.
, when the move is expected to take place.
, when Sunoco idled its iconic Marcus Hook refinery.
person killed in crash on Route 252 in Upper Providence near Rose Tree Park yesterday morning.
videos featuring child porn found on computer of 22-year-old Springfield man.
life savings, along with jewelry stolen from home of elderly Middletown couple.
, age of Philly lawyer James Binns, who will graduate from Delaware County Community College Municipal Police Academy tonight.
dollar property tax hike looming in Prospect Park.
years in jail for Chester County man convicted of running dog-fighting operation out of his home with his wife.
members of the state House, down from the current 203, under a bill approved by the House yesterday.
members of the state Senate, down from the current 50, according to another bill.
million dollars a year, how much the downsizing could save Pennsylvania taxpayers.
Delco state reps, both Democrats, who voted against the plan.
dip for the stock market yesterday.
winning tickets sold - in California and Georgia - in that $636 million Mega Millions jackpot last night.
hours a day, the hours for Toys ‘R’ Us in the countdown to Christmas.
straight hours, from 6 a.m. Dec. 21 to 9 p.m. Christmas Eve.
straight hours, how long Kohl’s will stay open.
win for the Flyers over the Caps last night.
Call me a Phanatic
: A look at the ups and downs of being a Philadelphia sports fan.
Eagles cornerback Cary Williams says he’s glad the Eagles lost that ugly game in Minnesota Sunday. He says the team was getting too full of itself and needed to “knocked off its high horse.” OK.
I Don’t Get It:
Isn’t there something better that could be done with all that money thrown away on Mega Millions lottery tickets with little or no chance to win.
Kudos to Sunoco for their decision to return to their roots. They will leave their Center City Philly HQ and fill space in the development at the Ellis Preserve at Newtown Square.
“Thomas Wolfe was wrong, you can go home again.”
Pat Killian, director of the Delaware County Commerce Center, on the move by Sunoco.