The Daily Times for Nov. 30
The Daily Numbers: 5 to 23 months in jail for the former athletic director at Archbishop Carroll High School for inappropriate contact with a teen boy.
3 million dollar-winning Powerball tickets sold in the Philly area, including one on Lancaster Avenue in Wynnewood.
41,000 dollars a minute, what Powerball tickets were selling Wednesday afternoon in Pa.
93 million dollars in sales total in Pa.
3 Republican school board members in Chester Upland who offered their version of why they rejected recovery plan for the district.
38, age of Tinicum mom, who had been missing for a week. She’s back home safe. She was in Orlando, Fla.
2.4 percent tax hike looming in Upper Providence.
56 dollars more on the tax tab for residents in Aston.
2.9 percent tax hike in preliminary budget for Springfield.
340,000 dollars believed ripped off from the welfare system by a Philly woman.
21 months in prison for the owner of a Darby market who was convicted of defrauding the federal food stamp program.
0 tax hike for Pa. as Gov. Tom Corbett vows he will not raise taxes again.
2 people killed in a fire in a home in the West Oak Lane section of Philly that is being blamed on use of a space heater.
8 to 10 underage girls in Upper Dublin whose Facebook photos have wound up on porn sites.
2.5 million dollars, how much Penn State will pay Graham Spanier to leave his post.
24 of 27 on field goal attempts this year for Eagles kicker Alex Henery. He’s probably the team MVP.
3 straight starts for Nick Foles; Michael Vick continues to be sidelined with concussion symptoms.
Call me a Phanatic: A look at the ups and downs of being a Philadelphia sports fan.Anyone remember when Dallas week was a big thing around here?
*Police say a couple in Delaware locked their young son in a room for 3 months. I don’t get it.
I Don’t Get It:
Today’s Upper: Kudos to the Interboro Bucs as they look to advance in the PIAA football playoffs tonight vs. Archbishop Wood.
Quote Box: “I understand fully I violated the trust placed in me. I should have known better.”
- Former Archbishop Carroll Athletic Director Francis Murphy, as he was sentenced to jail time for inappropriate contact with a teen boy.