The Daily Numbers for Thursday, May 22

The Daily Numbers: 120,000 square foot expansion plan that could pit Aston Township vs. the Delaware County Intermediate Unit.

400 students currently at the site. That would double to 800.

9 a.m. Wednesday, when the county Register of Wills Office opened and the 1st same-sex couple applied for a marriage license here in Delco.

1 dead, 3 hurt in Chester shootings.

18.6 percent turnout in Delco for Tuesday’s Primary election.

1.65 million dollars being paid to a Radnor contractor by the Montgomery County D.A.’s office because of a bad arrest. He’s also getting an apology from D.A. Risa Vetri Ferman

4 people facing charges after a raid in Upper Darby turned up cocaine and pot.

120 foot tall billboard that continues to raise hackles in Ridley Park. The Zoning Board turned down an appeal by residents fighting the billboards.

40, age of man who faces charges after police say he pulled a knife on a man during an altercation at an Upper Chichester tavern.

2 woman robbed at gunpoint after they answered a Craigslist ad to buy a motorcycle in Upper Chi.

100 jobs that could be on the line as Upper Darby School District mulls privatizing its bus service.

650 unit adult community being proposed for Marple Township.

7, age of student in Philly who died after taking sick in school.

3 men who face charges connected with disturbing the nest of peregrine falcons under the Girard Point Bridge. They were doing a construction project.

10,000 fine against Harrah’s in Chester for allowing a deck of cards that contained a discrepancy to be used at poker tables.

7,500 dollar fine for problems with automatic shuffler.

5,000 fine for failing to prevent access to restricted areas on 2 occasions in 1 day.

10 years, how long police say a 25-year-old woman has escaped after being held captive for 10 years by a man in California.

158 point spike for the Dow yesterday.

80 U.S. troops being used in Chad to push the hunt for kidnapped Nigerian girls.

218,000 subcompact Aveo cars being recalled by GM.

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

Not a good effort by the Phils last night. They got hammered by the Marlins, 14-5. Kyle Kendrick still looking for his 1st win of the season. This is a .500 team at best.

I Don’t Get It: The Eagles are no longer offering paper tickets to their season ticket holders. There goes one of the best mementos in sports - the ticket stub.

Today’s Upper: Kudos to Chester Mayor John Linder, who is looking to install hundreds of video cameras to battle violence in the city.

Quote Box: “Thank you. You listened and you have done something about this. I am so proud of you.

- Aston resident Carol Cannon, to commissioners after last night’s announcement they will have special counsel to deal with the proposed expansion of the county IU tech center in the township.