Tuesday, April 8, 2014

The Daily Numbers for Tuesday, April 8

The Daily Numbers: 4:05, time of first pitch for Phils home openers vs. Milwaukee this afternoon at Citizens Bank Park.

3-3 record for the Phils on their opening road trip, which easily could have been 4-2 or even 5-1.

72 dollars, how much a Delaware County Prison guard allegedly stole from the account of an inmate.

32 hours of community service in addition to ARD for the former guard.

38, age of man who was shot in Chester. A 16-year-old boy also was wounded.

2 percent pay hike in 1st year of proposed deal for SEPTA workers.

3 percent in year 2.

1 percent boost in workers’ share of health care premiums.

0 talks slated between the two sides, although no strike is being planned at this time.

6, age of child left home alone by an Upper Darby mom. She pleaded guilty yesterday to leaving the girl home while she went to New York. She got time served to 23 months in prison, as well as 64 hours of community service.

1 Chester police officer and a K-9 officer hurt in crash of cruiser with an SUB in the city yesterday afternoon.

5,900 square foot patio approved for the new Wegmans being planned for Baltimore Pike and Route 202 in Concord. It will be used as an outdoor eating area for the Market Cafe inside the supermarket.

146 point dip for the stock market yesterday.

35 percent plunge in profits for Atlantic City casinos last year.

550,000 dollars stolen from elderly customers by a former bank manager in Quakertown.

5 of the city’s 12 operating casinos showing an operating loss for the year.

21, age of man struck and killed by train in Abington yesterday.

11, age of child shot when he was caught in crossfire of gunfire on Philly street. It was the 2nd time in 2 days that a child was shot on the street.

3 child protection bills signed by Gov. Corbett yesterday.

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

The rain has stopped. The skies are clearing. It’s the home opener for the Phillies. All is right with the world.

I Don’t Get It: Authorities are trying to determine if a 21-year-old man struck and killed by a train in Montgomery County was texting while walking with his back to the train at the time of the accident.

Today’s Upper: Kudos to Jenn Lardani. The teacher at Primos Elementary School has been selected by the Flyers as their Fan of the Year.

Quote Box: “As passionate as she is about the Flyers, she is just as passionate about the kids she teachers every single day.”

- Primos Elementary School Principal James Wigo, on Jenn Lardani, the Flyers Fan of the Year and one of his teachers.

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