Thursday, June 2, 2016

The Daily Numbers for Thursday, June 2

The Daily Numbers: 202 bags of heroin, $375 in cash and a 9 mm gun found in car during traffic stop in Upper Darby.

17, age of teen depicted in sex videos taped by her boyfriend on his phone. The man, 25, faces charges.

1,482 employees of Widener University. The Chester school says it is looking at a ‘small number’ of layoffs.

60 classmates who saluted Maxx DiVario at Lakeview Elementary School in Ridley Park yesterday. Maxx is battling leukemia.

83, age of driver injured in crash on I-95 in Chester.

30, age of man with special needs who is missing from his Yeadon home.

2 Delco natives who are up for awards at this year’s County Music Awards.

18, age of victim struck and killed by hit-run driver on Old York Road in Montco last night.

68, age of Bucks County matriarch Claire Risoldi, who now faces charges of witness intimidation in an expanding fraud probe.

2 people killed in a murder-suicide on the campus of UCLA yesterday.

6 percent dip in sales of cars nationally last month.

250,000 dollars, how much Kean University in N.J. spent for a conference table.

6 straight losses for the Phils.

2 straight series they’ve now been swept.

7-2 loss to the Nats last night.

6 runs on 9 hits over 6 innings allowed by starter Adam Morgan.

7.06 ERA for Morgan.

.154 batting average for Ryan Howard, who has now been benched for a few days as Tommy Joseph gets a chance to take his job.

3-0 win for Radnor over Upper Moreland to take the District One AAA baseball title.

3-2 win for the Union over the Crew in Chester last night.

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

Ryan Howard has been banished to the bench for a few days. Tommy Joseph went 0-for-4 in his place last night. The Phils’ slide continues.

I Don’t Get It: I’m always amazed at the great stuff kids leave behind when they pile out of the dorms and head home for the summer. You can scoop up some of the perfectly good items at today’s annual Trash 2 Treasure sale at Swarthmore College.

Today’s Upper: Kudos to the kids at Lakeview Elementary School in Ridley Park, who rallied around their classmate Maxx DiVario, who is battling leukemia. Go Maxx!

Quote Box: “It’s awesome to see how everyone in the community is by your side through this.”

- Corrine DiVario, mother of Maxx DiVario, on the honors yesterday for the youth who is battling cancer at his school, Lakeview Elementary in Ridley Park. -

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