The Daily Numbers: 7 million dollars, how much developer Bruce Goodman says he’s out on his rejected plans for Cardinal Crossing in Marple. He now wants the township to pay. 213 acres of open space at stake, what used to be the home of Don Guanella School and forests off Sproul Road in Marple. 173 acres of the site covered with woodlands, wetlands. 30,000, what the Justice Rescue group says it is owed for animal control services in the city of Chester. 22,500, what the group is now looking to get from the city. 30 minutes of silence observed by 100 people at the Media Courthouse last night to oppose violence. 120 rail cars that remain out of service on SEPTA’s regional rail line. Yesterday SEPTA offered the media peek at cracks in a stabilizer bar that caused the move. 20 opioid treatment centers being planned in Pa. by Gov. Tom Wolf, including 1 at Crozer-Chester Medical Center in Upland. 10 million dollar loss reported by Delta at their Trainer refinery last quarter. 84 people now believed dead when a man drove a truck into a crowd and then opened fire in Nice, France. 2 Americans believed among the victims. 2 straight games that Sixers’ top draft pick Ben Simmons has been out of lineup for Summer League games in Vegas. 10 days until Eagles report for training camp. 15-0 win for Broomall-Newtown to get into the Pa. Babe Ruth final. 10-5 loss for UDHL in Babe Ruth play. Call me a Phanatic: A look at the ups and downs of being a Philadelphia sports fan. Anyone else ever remember there being this little talk about the Eagles just 10 days before they head to camp? I Don’t Get It: Another terror attack, and scores dead. I don’t get it. Today’s Upper: Kudos to those who stood in silence seeking peace and non-violence at the Media Courthouse last night. Their silence spoke volumes. Quote Box: “We believe that the township took some actions, Mr. Goodman relied on those actions and lost in excess of $7 million.” - Marc Kaplin, attorney for Bruce Goodman, who wanted to develop the Don Guanella tract into Cardinal Crossing in Marple.