The Daily Numbers: 29,
age of McDonald’s worker in Radnor who now faces charges of selling crack cocaine from the parking lot.
, age of youth who walked into Upper Darby Police substation to show authorities injuries he allegedly received from his mom, who is charged with beating him with her fists and a belt.
lacerations on the boy’s body.
members of the Chester Cheetahs track club who are headed to a national Junior Olympic competition in Iowa.
percent uptick in ridership on SEPTA’s regional rail lines.
million trips taken on the rail system in fiscal year 2013.
million riders on SEPTA’s trains, buses and trolleys
percent decline in ridership overall.
million dollar profit for Delta Air Lines’ Monroe Energy in the 2nd quarter.
million dollar profit for Delta in the quarter, fueled by the refinery.
registered nurses who continue to negotiate a new deal with Crozer-Chester Medical Center.
percent decline in home sales in Delco in 1st 6 months of 2014.
sales in that span here in Delco.
sales for Montco, 3,025 for Bucks and 2,713 for Chester County. All those are declines.
traffic judges in Philly acquitted on charges in a ticket-fixing case.
judges convicted of lying to authorities.
point dip for the stock market yesterday.
percent surge in revenue for Facebook in the quarter, up to $2.91 billion.
shutout innings from starter A.J. Burnett by the Phils, who fell 3-1 to the Giants.
straight nights Jonathan Papelbon has failed to get the job done.
hits for the Phils, who did not have Ryan Howard in the lineup.
straight losses for the Phils. They’ve now dropped 7 of last 8.
more day until start of Eagles Training Camp.
games to be missed by starting right tackle Lane Johnson, who got caught using a banned substance.
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Jonathan Papelbon, who has been money in the bank all year, picked a very bad time to go in the tank. He suffered a 2nd straight meltdown last night, just as Ruben Amaro Jr. no doubt would like to move him for some prospects.
Kudos to those holding a fundraiser Saturday night for hit-run victim Christopher Brooks. He was badly injured, losing part of his right leg, and the fundraiser will help him acquire a prosthetic leg.
“He was essentially working at the McDonald’s and when not working on the crew and preparing food he was out in the rear parking lot selling crack cocaine.”
- Radnor Lt. Andy Block, on arrest of fast-food worker.