Wednesday, January 25, 2017

The Daily Numbers for Wednesday, Jan. 25

The Daily Numbers: 44,500 dollars being spent by Middletown Township on a risk assessment study by a private firm on Sunoco Logistics proposed Mariner East 2 pipeline plans.

1.8 million dollars, how much the township received from Sunoco Logistics for rights-of-way in the township for the pipeline.

100,000 dollars of that will be allocated for the study

0, how much the county was asking from the township to hold off and join a county study. They declined in favor of the private study.

2 men wounded in separate shooting incidents on Chester streets.

1 Chester officer who was fired on by a fleeing suspect last night. The officer returned fire. No injuries were reported.

6 homicides in the county so far in 2017. All 5 have occurred in the city of Chester.

8 new police recruits who will be added to the city police force this morning.

.292 blood-alcohol level for woman who slammed into CVS store in Springfield.

3rd DUI offense for the woman.

1-5 years in state prison for the latest incident.

700 students who took part in the Upper Darby Arts and Education Foundation’s 19th annual gala.

2 new hotels coming to Upper Darby.

14 Oscar nominations for ‘La La Land.’

17 point lead blown by Villanova in dropping their 2nd game of year last night, to Marquette.

212-110 win for the Sixers over the Clippers.

19 points for Nerlens Noel; 18 for Richaun Holmes.

13 point lead blown by Saint Joe’s in loss to Saint Bonaventure.

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

Now the Sixers are even winning on nights when Joel Embiid is not in the lineup. Look out, NBA!

I Don’t Get It: Being behind the wheel with a .292 blood-alcohol level. I don’t get it.

Today’s Upper: Kudos to Middletown Township Council for listening to their citizens and spending $45,000 on new risk assessment study for Sunoco Logistics’ Mariner East 2 pipeline plan.

Quote Box: “We would not be asking for any money, just your input.”

- Tim Boyce, Delaware County’s Emergency Services boss, to Middletown Council, in pitching a study of pipeline safety.

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