Tuesday, October 11, 2016

The Daily Numbers for Tuesday, Oct. 11

The Daily Numbers: 1 month until Election Day. Today also is the last chance to register to vote in Pa.

210 pound bear trapped in Ridley Creek State Park. It was sedated and safely transported to state game lands in Dauphin County.

1 woman found fatally stabbed in her Darby Borough home.

3 shootings being probed in Chester, 1 of them was fatal.

120,000 dollars in change orders OK’d for the new Haverford Township municipal complex.

100 day strike that led to the closing of the Taj Mahal Casino in Atlantic City.

64 years, how long the casino stood on the boardwalk.

3 million dollar grant for a 2.25-mile stretch of the Schuylkill River Trail delivered by Gov. Tom Wolf yesterday.

29,000 visitors use the trail every week

36 Forman Mills stores that are being sold by the company’s owner and founder, Richard Rick Forman.

6 game suspension for Flyers tough guy Radko Gudas.

1 key call in Eagles’ loss to Lions that is being questioned. Coach Doug Pederson believes the Eagles touched the ball while out of bounds, meaning they should have kept possession and could have punted on fourth down, instead of having the Lions take over there.

5-0 start for Sam Bradford and the Vikings.

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

While the Eagles and Carson Wentz were suffering their 1st loss of the season Sunday, Sam Bradford and the Vikings were rolling to a 5-0 start. Just saying.

I Don’t Get It: Locker room humor? Really? I don’t get it.

Today’s Upper: Kudos to the state Game Commission workers who safely trapped that black bear in Ridley Creek State Park and transported it to safer environs upstate.

Quote Box: “We don’t speak for Trump and he doesn’t speak for our candidates.”

- Andy Reilly, chairman of the Delco GOP.


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