Thursday, June 16, 2016

The Daily Numbers for Thursday, June 16

The Daily Numbers: 49 people who laid down on the steps of the Media Courthouse last night to mark the mass shooting deaths in Orlando.

640 Catholic teachers who have a new contract with the Archdiocese of Philadelphia.

1,100 dollar pay boost for every teacher.

3 Delco schools covered by those teachers - Bonner-Prendie in Upper Darby; O’Hara in Marple; Carroll in Radnor 14,000 students enrolled in archdiocesan high schools in the 5-county region.

1, as in Wawa’s original store No. 1, which will close on Friday when a new store opens just up the street on MacDade Boulevard in Ridley.

5 Upper Darby officers who received promotions.

6,000 dollars given by Dunkin Donuts to the Philadelphia Union’s Soccer for Success program in Chester.

26, age of the victim found handcuffed, stabbed and shot in the head in Fairmount Park. She’s from Chester.

284 graduates from Interboro High School.

265 graduates from Sun Valley High School.

2, age of child snatched by alligator and drowned in lagoon at Disney World in Orlando.

1.5 cent per ounce soda tax that will be up for final vote by Philadelphia City Council today.

7-2 loss for the Phils to the Blue Jays at Citizens Bank Park last night.

3 hits, including a home run, for Cody Asche.

3 hits by the rest of the Phils.

19 losses in 25 games for the Phils.

4 runs on 5 hits over 6 innings for starter Jeremy Hellickson.

0 for 4 last night and 0 for his last 16 for slumping Tommy Joseph.

3-2 win for Union over City Islanders FC in Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup play.

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

All of a sudden, this Philllies team is turning into the team everyone expected to see this year.

I Don’t Get It
: Why our elected officials in Washington can’t even bring the gumption to at least vote on some common sense gun control measures.

Today’s Upper: Kudos to the five Upper Darby police officers who earned promotions this week

Quote Box: “The sheer volume of lives cut down shook me to my core.”

- Rev. Peter A Friedrichs, at last night’s ‘die-in’ at Media Courthouse

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