Thursday, October 20, 2011

The Daily Numbers - Oct. 20

The Daily Numbers: 130 million dollar in tax-free loans given to both Sunoco and ConocoPhillips since 1990.


6 p.m., when Chester Upland will announce its new superintendent.


5,000 dollars worth of heroin seized after a traffic stop in Upper Darby.


2 years since the murder of Chester resident Veronica Benson. The case remains unsolved.


30 years of service to Darby Township that brought honors to longtime board President Larry Patterson.


2 more teens now in protective custody in connection with the “House of Horrors” dungeon case in Philly.


50 exotic animals shot and killed after they were set free from an Ohio animal farm by the owner, who then took his own life.


30 to 72 years in jail for a man who along with a female cohort held up a Philly jewelry store and took then left their 4-year-old son behind.


1 day, how long it took the swap of running backs between the Eagles and Lions to fall through. Ronnie Brown is back.


3-1 win for the Strath Haven girls as they capture a Central League crown.


3-2 win for the Cardinals in Game 1 of the World Series. Yes, another team that eliminated might just take the crown.


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Call me a Phanatic: A look at the ups and downs of being a Philadelphia sports fan.Hey, we can once again look forward to the run-pass option play at the goal line now that the trade of Ronnie Brown to the Lions has fallen through.


 


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I Don’t Get It: Is it just me or does the story out of Philly from the ‘House of Horror’s get worse every 5 minutes.


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Today’s Upper: Kudos to those now circulating an online petition in attempts to save two Delco refineries.


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Quote Box: “We are currently making payments on these bonds in accordance with the loan agreements and we’ll continue to make payments on the interest and principal.”


- Sunoco spokesman Tom Golembeski on tax-free loans his firm got through the county Industrian Development Agency.


 

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