Friday, February 8, 2013

The Daily Numbers for Feb. 8

The Daily Numbers: 2 feet of snow expected to hit New England in the storm dubbed Nemo. Not here, unless you listen to TV news.

1-3 inches likely in Philly region.

3-8 inches in outlying suburbs.

11, age of Bailey O'Neill, who now lies in a coma after an incident in which he was punched in the face. The situation is now being investigated by Darby Township Police and the D.A.'s office.

9 more dollars headed to Chester Upland School District under the budget unveiled by Gov. Tom Corbett. That's top in the county.

$366, 898 more for William Penn

90 million increase overall for education in the budget plan.

26 to 28 cent per gallon hike in gas price at pumps over 5 years under Corbett plan to lift some caps on liquid fuels tax.

6 to 23 months in prison for two thieves from Upper Darby.

1 years less 1 day to 2 years less 1 day in the county prison for a man who led police on a wild cross-county car chase.

16 Amish men and women who are to be sentenced for their role in cutting off member's beard as a form of punishment.

3-2 loss for the Flyers in a shootout to the Panthers.

3-4 defense likely in Eagles' future with the hiring of Billy Davis as their defensive coordinator.

2 years spent coaching the Browns' linebackers for Davis.

2 times he's been a defensive coordinator in the league.

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

Man, it doesn't take long. New Eagles coach Chip Kelly is already taking heat this morning for his choice of Billy Davis as defensive coordinator. Can't wait to see what happens first time he needlessly burns a timeout.

I Don’t Get It: TV news and the weather. My head is about to explode.

Today’s Upper: Kudos toLt. Gov. Jim Cawley, who was in Delco yesterday to push the governor's plan to privatize the sale of alcohol in the state. We'll drink to that.

Quote Box: “We are reviewing the bullying issue to determine if it did occur4, or if it was just a fight in the schoolyard." - D.A. Jack Whelan, on investigation into incident that left a Darby Township Elementary student injured. The young man is now in a coma.


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