Tuesday, February 21, 2012

The Daily Numbers - Feb. 21

The Daily Numbers: 3 break-ins in Norwood, Folcroft, Glenolden area believed to be the work of a Folcroft man.

30 similar break-ins the suspect could wind up being linked to by police.

21, age of man now charged in fatal weekend shooting in Chester.

3 shooting incidents in past couple of months near the intersection of Ninth and Kerlin streets in Chester.

59 times, how many times police say they’ve been called to the area.

9 building destroyed by fire at the Chester Heights Camp Meeting.

2 suspicious fires at the site in the past couple of months.

663,000 dollars, how much it will cost for artificial turf field at Strath Haven High School.

3.63 a gallon, price for gallon of gas at local Wawas.

4.25 a gallon, what some experts predict we’ll be paying this summer.

40 days of Lent on tap after today’s blowout Fat Tuesday celebrations.

23, age of suspect arrested in fatal hit-run in Bucks County.

2 people arrested after police found more than a dozen dismembered dogs inside a home in Coatesville.

73-70 loss for Villanova after leading at one point 26-8.

1.1 million dollar deal for Raul Ibanez, who joins the Yankees.

15 million dollar 1 year deal for Cole Hamels. He wants a long-term deal, but also makes it clear he wants to stay in Philly.


Call me a Phanatic: A look at the ups and downs of being a Philadelphia sports fan.Ryan Howard was moving awful well yesterday in Clearwater for a guy rehabbing from a ruptured Achilles tendon that was supposed to keep him out of the lineup for the first month of the season.



I Don’t Get It: $4.25 for a gallon of gas? That’s what some experts say we’ll be paying this summer. I don’t get it.


Today’s Upper: Is there anything better than the sight of the Phillies back in Clearwater. Yes, I guess it would be better to actually be there.


Quote Box: “All I ultimately want to do is play for a winning team.”

- Cole Hamels, who hopes to get a long-term deal from the Phillies.


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