The Daily Numbers for Wednesday, March 1

The Daily Numbers: 28 years in federal prison on child porn charges for former volunteer firefighter John Corcoran. Yesterday he was back in court in Media entering pleas to local charges.

100,000 dollars given to Delaware County Community College by Sunoco Logistics for scholarships.

6-0 vote by Radnor commissioners to approve controversial pedestrian bridge for Villanova that features 2 crosses.

2 crosses at each end of the bridge spanning Lancaster Avenue

4 feet, 7 inches tall for each cross.

4,700 square foot super Wawa coming to the site of the former Boat House restaurant on Providence Road in Upper Prov.

37,000 dollars raised at recent Homes for Heroes fundraiser.

50,000 dollar reward fund now being offered for info on vandalism to Jewish cemetery in Philadelphia.

70 million dollar rate hike being sought by PGW.

10.59 more a month for the average customer.

276,000 square foot expansion on tap at Chester County Hospital.

44.2 degrees average temperature in February. That’s a record.

44.2 degrees, previous warmest February set back in 1925.

248 record high temperatures across the nation in February, according to NOAA.

0 measurable snow in Chicago in January-February.

72 degree high temperature on tap today, pushing a record.

2 goals for Wayne Simmonds to lead Flyers to easy win over Colorado.

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

Well, at least the Flyers showed they can beat up on the worst team in the NHL. Wonder if the fans can get their hats back. They showered the ice with them when it appeared Simmonds racked up three straight goals, but that third one was awarded to Jake Voracek instead.

I Don’t Get It: Who was that guy impersonating President Trump last night? A marked difference in tone, one I’m not sure his conservative base is going to be all that thrilled with.

Today’s Upper: Kudos to Harry Baldwin. The Upper Chi man is being hailed as a hero after foiling a robbery attempt.

Quote Box: “The time for small thinking is over.”

- President Trump, in his address to Congress last night.