Wednesday, February 1, 2017

The Daily Numbers for Wednesday, Feb. 1

The Daily Numbers: 1, as in Feb. 1. So long, January! How many days until spring?

20 new jobs being touted by Sunoco Logistics as they ramp up operations at the Marcus Hook Industrial Complex.

80,000 dollar a year salaries with those positions.

2,200 construction jobs at the site.

1st ever lay person who will head Immaculata University. Kudos to Barbara Lettiere, an alum of the Chester County school.

100,000 grant used to boost the Aquaponics Lab at Interboro High School.

20 month federal prison term, what a Villanova University prof was facing. He was found dead in Chester County, a suicide.

10 million dollar boost being sought by Gov. Wolf for the war on the opioid epidemic in the state.

49, age of Judge Neil Gorsuch, nominated by President Trump for a seat on the Supreme Court. That makes him youngest nominee in 25 years.

100 years of Girl Scouts recognized by County Council.

4 hours, how long it took a jury in Philadelphia to find all parties liable in the collapse of a building demolition site. Those include the Salvation Army.

15 weeks of testimony that was heard in the trial.

127.7 million being paid for Royal Bancshares by Bryan Mawr Bank Corp.

5-1 loss for the Flyers as they come back from the break with an ugly effort.

19 points for Reilly Wright to lead Episcopal Academy over Notre Dame. She’s the daughter of Villanova Coach Jay Wright.

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

The Flyers did not exactly come out like gangbusters after their week off.

I Don’t Get It: Today everyone is talking about Neil Gorsuch. I hope no one forgets the huge injustice done to a very good man, Judge Merrick Garland.

Today’s Upper: Kudos to those new jobs landing at Marcus Hook.

Quote Box: “These are high-tech jobs. These are the jobs of the future.”

- J. Patrick Killian, on new positions opening at Sunoco Logistics in Marcus Hook.


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