Tuesday, May 27, 2014

The Daily Numbers for Tuesday, May 27

The Daily Numbers: 87 degrees our high on Monday. Nice way to kick off the summer season.

70 years after he was wounded in the Battle of the Bulge, Herman Chikedel of Radnor got his Purple Heart on Monday.

88, how old Chikedel is today, meaning he was 18 at the time. That’s why they call them the Greatest Generation.

0.6 acre site at Darby and Eagles roads in Haverford being proposed for a new Walgreens pharmacy. Not everyone is a fan of the idea.

0.778 mill tax hike in the proposed Upper Darby School budget. There is a public hearing tomorrow.

2 percent tax hike being eyed in the Chichester School District.

7 people hurt in a crash on I-95 in Tinicum over the holiday weekend.

28 of May, 1 year ago that Kip Taviano was killed in a car crash.

17, Kips age when he died.

30 years of service for the Mercy EMS teams noted.

300 kidnapped Nigerian schoolgirls who have now been located. Now it’s a matter of how best to free them.

0 hits for the Phillies on Monday.

12 hits for the Phils on Tuesday.

0 runs for the Phils on Monday.

9 runs for the Phils on Monday, while they in turn shut out the Rockies.

3 hits and 5 runs batted in for Ryan Howard in leading the attack yesterday.

3 days of OTAs for Chip Kelly and the Eagles starting today.

6 times in their last 16 home games the Phillies have been shut out.

22-26 record for the Phillies at this point.

10 straight no decisions for Kyle Kendrick snapped with a win yesterday.

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

These are your 2014 Philadelphia Phillies. No-hit one day, 12 hits and a 9-0 laugher the next.

I Don’t Get It: I don’t get giving this kid who went on that shooting spree in California one bit of publicity. Let’s just forget him.

Today’s Upper: Kudos to all those who took the time to honor our veterans yesterday on Memorial Day.

Quote Box: “I can’t believe I haven’t talked to him in a year, I just want to talk to him ... He always made me laugh.”

- Ellen Taviano, talking about her son Kip, who was killed in a crash a year ago.

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