The Daily Numbers for Monday, July 18

The Daily Numbers: 3 police officers gunned down in Baton Rouge yesterday.

3 other officers wounded, 1 critically.

1 gunman who was killed in shootout with police.

100 years of Boeing helicopters celebrated in Ridley Township.

80 bags of heroin seized during drug arrest in Folcroft.

3 million dollar renovation for the Media-Upper Providence Public Library.

2 Delco school districts that are holding the line on taxes.

13 other districts that are seeking increase in property taxes.

10 million dollar bond issue that got the OK in Haverford.

3 killed in a very violent weekend in Philly.

1 as in Day One of the Republican Convention in Cleveland.

1 hit for the Phils as they got blanked by Jacob deGrom and the Mets.

2 of 3 taken by the New Yorkers over the weekend.

30,894 at Citizens Bank Park for the game.

2-2 draw for the Union against the New York Red Bulls.

87, age of former Eagles head coach Marion Campbell, who died over the weekend. RIP, Swamp Fox.

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

Probably not the way the Phils wanted to kick off the 2nd half of the season, dropping 2 of 3 to the Mets. How much longer until Eagles Training Camp?

I Don’t Get It: Three more police officers killed by a crazed gunman. I don’t get it.

Today’s Upper
: Kudos to Boeing, marking 100 years as one of the great icons of Delaware County business.

Quote Box: “We’re really proud to have people who are second and third generation Boeing employees.”

- Boeing VP David Koopersmith