Tuesday, January 15, 2013

The Daily Numbers for Jan. 15

The Daily Numbers: 5, age of young girl missing since she was taken from her Philadelphia school yesterday morning. She was found on a playground in Upper Darby.

4:40 a.m., the time the girl was found in Upper Darby.

8:50 a.m., what time the girl was taken out of school.

3 p.m.. what time it was discovered that she was missing, when her caretaker showed up to pick her up

350,000 dollars cash bail for longtime Chester police officer Ernie Manerchia, charged with beating his wife in Chester County.

70, age of man assaulted as he walked to his car at Delaware Park.

254,000 dollars, how much a state Welfare Department employee from Lansdowne was charged with stealing.

1,000 dollars ripped off from the bank account of an 81-year-old man by former TD Bank teller.

1st homicide of the year in Chester, when a man was shot multiple times near Eighth and Lincoln streets.

180,000 dollar community development block grant for Aldan.

26, age of man who died of flu symptoms in Montgomery County.

3.5 billion dollar deal to manage the Pennsylvania Lottery, given to British firm by Corbett Administration.

30 percent dip in value of Apple stock since September. It’s now under $500 a share.

9.7 million vehicles sold by Toyota, making it No. 1 as world’s top-selling automaker.

2 top candidates for the Eagles head coaching job. Seems like the team is trying to zero in on Seahawks defensive coordinator Gus Bradley, or ex-Cardinals head coach Ken Whisenhunt. Bradley is coming back to town today.

11 candidates who have now been considered for Eagles job.

49-53 record compiled by Whisenhunt in Arizona.


Call me a Phanatic: A look at the ups and downs of being a Philadelphia sports fan.

Gus Bradley is coming back to talk to the Eagles today. Some believe he will be finalizing a deal. Still nothing from the team in terms of any interest in Jon Gruden. There has to be more to this than meets the eye.


I Don’t Get It: Lance Armstrong. I don’t get it. Spare me the Oprah interview. All you had to do was tell the truth when you were first asked.


Today’s Upper: Kudos to the passerby this morning who found little 5-year-old Nailla Robinson shivering on an Upper Darby playground and alerted police to the whereabouts of the Amber Alert victim.


Quote Box: “We’re telling people to wash their hands, wash their hands and wash their hands.”

- Maureen Hennessy Herman, Delco director of Intercommunity Health, on flu precautions.


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