The Daily Numbers for Wednesday, Nov. 16

The Daily Numbers: 46 years, how long it took Anthony Brigg to return to Radnor High School to collect his diploma. Well done, soldier!

4 townhomes that suffered heavy damage when fire hit Tuesday night in Aston.

1 firefighter injured battling the blaze.

2 dozen parents who attended a luncheon-forum to talk about issues in the Springfield School District. Yes, that $131 million dollar new school came up.

10.6 million dollar loan for DCCC that got the OK in Ridley Township.

2 different protests set today, 1 on the Swarthmore College campus; 1 on the Main Line.

3 county high school marching bands that won big time at the statewide Cavalcade of Bands.

6-pack, what you can now buy at your local beer distributor. That’s in addition to a 12-pack or a case. The change was signed into law by Gov. Tom Wolf.

10,000 dollars needed to help fix the statue of Ben Franklin at the Christ Church Burial Ground in Philadelphia.

5 students stabbed by a fellow student at a high school in Utah.

40 years for the Delaware County Festival of Lights, which kicks off Dec. 2.

0.8 percent jump in retail sales.

1.7 billion dollar deficit expected in Pennsylvania next fiscal year.

6 to 23 months in prison for Chesco twin brothers in a spree in which they blew up things in Chester and Lancaster counties.

5 years, how long the judge ordered them to have no contact with each other.

3-2 loss in shootout for Flyers to Senators last night.

0-for-4 on power play for Flyers.

0-for-5 in the shootout.

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

You mean you haven’t noticed that the Flyers are pretty much going nowhere. Me either.

I Don’t Get It: A protest down Lancaster Avenue on the Main Line during the middle of the afternoon. Not sure I get that one.

Today’s Upper: Kudos to Pa. for one more small step forward on sales of alcohol. You can now buy a six-pack of beer at your local beer distributor.

Quote Box: “Now I don’t have to say I went to Radnor but was not a graduate of Radnor.”

- Anthony Brigg, who collected a diploma on Veterans Day, 46 years after he left school to go to Vietnam.