Friday, December 9, 2016

The Daily Numbers for Friday, Dec. 9

The Daily Numbers: 2, age of little Mason Hunt, who died of abuse. His mother and her boyfriend are on trial in his death.

2 charter schools seeking the OK to set up operations in Upper Darby.

1993, when Darren Alston joined the Chester Police Department. He announced his retirement this week.

89 bed Hilton Candlewood Estates hotel set to break ground in the city next spring.

39 years, how long they have been holding their special holiday celebration at the Schoolhouse Center in Nether Providence.

16 employees being laid off at Valley Forge Military Academy in Radnor.

275 person sales force getting the ax at Endo in West Whiteland.

700 jobs being eliminated in North America by Astra Zeneca, including some at its Wilmington HQ.

95, age of American hero, astronaut and U.S. Sen. John Glenn, who died Thursday.

69, age of rock icon Greg Lake, who formed King Crimson and Emerson, Lake and Palmer. He also died, continuing a horrific year of losses in the music biz.

35 people now believed killed in heroin overdoses in Philly in the past 5 days.

11-22 years in jail, what prosecutors are seeking for former U.S. Rep. Chaka Fattah.

143 of 228 precincts in Chester County where they will recount paper ballots.

190,462 ballots that will be recounted.

7 straight wins for the Flyers.

6-5 win over the Edmonton Oilers last night.

2 times the Flyers scored 3 goals in a row to rally for the win.

1:20 to go, when Mark Raffl scored the game winner, capping rally from 2 goals down.

23 game road losing skid snapped by the Sixers.

99-88 win over the Pelicans in New Orleans.

11 months ago, the last time the Sixers won on the road.

14 points and 4 blocks for Joel Embiid.

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

Break up the Flyers!

I Don’t Get It: Donald Trump has announced he is going to say on as boss of ‘The Apprentice’ TV show ever after he becomes president. I don’t get it.

Today’s Upper: Kudos to Darren Alston, who announced his retirement as Chester’s top cop.

Quote Box: “Throughout my career I hope and pray that I have helped people along the way, hopefully more than I have arrested.”

- Darren Alston, on retiring as Chester Police commissioner.

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