Thursday, January 26, 2017

The Daily Numbers for Thursday, Jan. 26

The Daily Numbers: 8 new police officers joining the Chester Police Force.

20, age of man charged after he allegedly pointed gun at Chester officer, sparking the officer to fire on him. No injuries were reported.

1 additional police officer hired by the borough of Media.

1,008 square feet, size of the new Nazz Mariani Veterans Center at Delaware County Community College.

3,000 Catholics from the Philadelphia area, including busloads leaving from Cardinal O’Hara, who will head to Washington, D.C., Friday for the annual March for Life.

20,000 mark, where the Dow Jones Industrials roared past yesterday.

20,068.52, where the Dow closed, an all-time record high.

80, age of TV icon Mary Tyler Moore, who died of complications from diabetes.

10 year stint in federal prison started yesterday by disgraced former U.S. Rep. Chaka Fattah of Philadelphia.

400 people who packed a meeting in West Philadelphia in a show of support for Planned Parenthood.

96, age of woman mauled by 2 pit bulls in Philadelphia.

20, age of man charged in brutal home invasion and sex assault in Chestnut Hill.

9.5 million dollars stolen from a Pittsburgh firm by a former cashier over 16 years.

114-109 win for the Sixers over the Bucks on the road last night.

2 straight wins without Joel Embiid in the lineup.

5 wins in 6 games for the Sixers.

10 wins in their last 13 tries.

72 points in the first half for Sixers.

2-0 win for Flyers over the Rangers

34 saves for Steve Mason for his 1st shutout of season.

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

Go ahead and say it: The Sixers could make the playoffs. Jim Mora will just have to understand. #Raisethecat!

I Don’t Get It: Another tough day on the Celebrity Watch. We lost “the girl who turned the world on with her smile” - Mary Tyler Moore. While she was doing that, she was blazing a trail for women in the business world as well. And the music world again is in mourning, with Allman Brother band co-founder and drummer Butch Trucks passing away.

Today’s Upper: Kudos to Pam Mariani. The former longtime GM of the Edgmont Country Club has been working toward creating a new veterans center at Delaware County Community College in honor of her father. They recently opened the Nazz Mariani Veterans Center. We salute the effort, Pam!

Quote Box: “I couldn’t think of a better way to honor my father.

- Pam Mariani, at the opening of the Nazz Mariani Veterans Center at DCCC.


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