The Daily Numbers for Thursday, Feb. 16

The Daily Numbers: 1 Wawa store in Pennsylvania that is selling beer, as of today.

721 Naamans Creek Road in Concord, location of the store.

2 6-packs at a time, how much you can buy there and take with you.

1 million dollars, how much Radnor School District is considering spending to replace bleachers at its football field

190,000 dollar salary for Dan Nerelli, voted as the new superintendent of Upper Darby schools.

146,000 dollar salary for John Council as assistant super.

6 hour standoff in Aston yesterday morning that ended with a man being taken into custody without incident.

3, age of alleged victim of Yeadon man, charged with sexual assault of girl at early learning center in Norristown.

136 acre tract next to Philadelphia International Airport in Tinicum that could be condemned by Philadelphia City Council.

2 applications for charter schools in Upper Darby that have now been withdrawn.

2 terms on County Council for Mario Civera. He now plans to run this fall for a seat on Upper Darby Council, where he started his political career.

3,000 production workers at a Boeing plant in South Carolina who have rejected an offer to form a union.

116-108 loss for Sixers in Boston last night.

70 dollar average hike in season ticket prices enacted by the Eagles.

3-1 loss for the Flyers last night in Calgary.

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

The Flyers and Sixers appear once again to be going nowhere. The Phillies are “hoping” to be mediocre. The Eagles are raising season ticket prices after going 6-10 and missing the playoffs again. Not good.

I Don’t Get It: Jeff Lurie is using the lure of a potential franchise quarterback Carson Wentz to pick your pocket again. Ever wonder what the total cost of a day at an Eagles game adds up to. I’m thinking we’re talking $250 easy.

Today’s Upper: Kudos to all those meeting in Chester today seeking a solution to the violence that plagues the city’s streets.

Quote Box: “The war against fighting crime in inner cities and across the country should be viewed with the same level of passion the nation currently has when addressing the opioid epidemic.”

- Chester Mayor Thaddeus Kirkland.