Thursday, January 12, 2017

The Daily Numbers for Thursday, Jan. 12

The Daily Numbers: 100,000 dollars earmarked by Middletown Council for a new study on the Mariner East 2 Pipeline plan.

0 deaths and 2 injuries connected to liquid pipelines in Pa. in the last 20 years, according to Sunoco Logistics.

70 percent of releases from the pipeline have occurred on company property, not the public right-of-way.

100 years of selling Girl Scout Cookies about to kick off here in Delco and across the nation.

123-54 vote by Chester teachers union members to reject tentative contract offer.

3 years since the last deal expired.

5 years since teachers in Chester Upland have had a pay increase.

100 years young and going strong for Catherine Basile, who was feted on her special day with a celebration at Interboro High School.

6 VW employees indicted in that emissions testing scandal.

4.3 billion dollar fine slapped on the company.

1.8 million dollar settlement between Pa. Attorney General’s office and lawyers who handled probe into porn emails.

4.2 percent spike in rent costs in Philadelphia . That’s 2nd highest spike in nation.

900 fatal ODs recorded in Philly in 2016.

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

Raise your hand if you’re having fun watching this Sixers team.

I Don’t Get It: 900 opioid overdoses in Philadelphia in 2016. Yep, might be time to do something about that heroin problem.

Today’s Upper: Kudos to the Girl Scouts as they prepare to kick off their 100th year of Girl Scout cookie sales.

Quote Box: “Sunoco Pipeline understands our responsibility to protect the public.”

- Jeff Shields, Sunoco Logistics

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