Monday, March 25, 2013

The Daily Numbers for Monday March 25

The Daily Numbers: 1-3 inches of snow expected here in Delco today.

10 more workers pink-slipped at the former Sunoco refinery in Marcus Hook as it moves toward a new life for Marcellus Shale resources.

9,000 dollars for study of open space use in Nether Providence, Rose Valley and Rutledge.

31, age of Chester Township man now charged with encouraging his juvenile daughter to fight another girl.

2 such incidents in as many weeks in the county.

2008 graduate of Radnor High School who has been missing for a week from Brown University.

6 train cars that derailed in South Philly.

1 winning ticket sold in Saturday Powerball drawing - and it was sold in New Jersey.

338 million dollar jackpot snagged with the winning ticket.

1 penny decline nationally in the price of gasoline.

8 cents more a month ago, but 19 cents less expensive than this time last year. 3.66 a gallon, average price in the Philly region.

76-74 win for La Salle over Ole Miss to advance to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA men's hoops tourney.

58-52 loss for Temple to top seed Indiana.

2-1 loss for the Flyers to the Penguins.

117-103 win for Sixers over the Sacramento Kings.

1 January, last time the Sixers won a road game.

4 RBIs and a home run for Chase Utley yesterday vs. Red Sox.

7 days until the Phillies open the season in Atlanta.

33 points for Elena Delle Donne to lead the Delaware women to another win.

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

Gotta love the La Salle story. Go Explorers!

I Don’t Get It: We have another incident of a parent encouraging a child to fight another. This time it's in Chester Township, where a dad is charged with egging his daughter on. I don't get it.

Today’s Upper: Kudos to the La Salle Explorers, who head on to the Sweet 16.

Quote Box: “The reality is the modern-day student expects housing as part of the package." - Penn State Brandywine Chancellor Sophia Wisniewska, on likelihood that the Delco campus will soon be adding housing.


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