The Daily Numbers for Friday May 31
The Daily Numbers: 47, that's as in AK-47, which police say 2 men were using for taget practice in Nether Providence.
18,000-foot Bottom Dollar store that got the final OK from Chester City Council.
20, age man from Avondale, in Chester County, identified as victim in fatal crash on Conchester.
10 a.m. Saturday, scheduled anti-violence march in Chester.
25 computers donated to the Delaware County Literacy Council by the Team Children group.
21, age of woman in Chester who has become 1st in state to be charged under 'Fox Law' for making a straw gun purchase.
138 bucks more in school taxes for residents of Wallingford-Swarthmore.
31 dollar tax cut in Radnor schools.
2.4 billion dollar 'doomsday budget' that got the OK from Philadelphia School Reform Commission last night. It will chop music and sports unless more money is found.
140,000 dollars of cocaine found in a woman's shoes by inspectors at Philadelphia International Airport.
2 puppies believed tossed from a bridge in Lewistown, Pa. 4 people are facing charges.
3.81 percent rate on 30-year fixed rate mortgage. That's up from last week's 3.59 percent.
33-14 win for the West stars over the East in last night's charity Hero Bowl game at Widener.
9-2 loss for the Phils to the Bosox.
2 games under .500, as Phils again missed a chance to even their mark.
5 innings pitched by Jonathan Pettibone, who got his first loss to drop to 3-1.
4 runs on 6 hits surrendered by the rookie. But all 4 were in the 1st inning. He didn't give up another run after that.
3-2 lead for the Miami Heat after LeBron James sparked them to a win over the Pacers in last night's NBA Playoffs.
Call me a Phanatic: A look at the ups and downs of being a Philadelphia sports fan.
The Phillies just can't get over the hump. Every time they get to within a game of .500, they fall back. And not having Ryan Howard in the lineup last night probably didn't help.
I Don’t Get It: Not the best idea to do a little target practice in Nether Providence with an AK-47.
Today’s Upper: Kudos toTeam Children, the organization that is donating 25 used PCs to the Delaware County Literacy Council.
Quote Box: “We went so long without any market. Now, we'll have at least two places where people can get stuff."
- Chester Mayor John Linder, after council gave final OK for a Bottom Dollar grocery store to locate in the city.