Wednesday, May 31, 2017

The Daily Numbers for Wednesday, May 31

The Daily Numbers: 41 years in law enforcement for longtime Yeadon Police Chief Don Molineux, whose last day on the job is today.

100th anniversary for Blessed Virgin Mary School in Darby Borough.

11 to 24 years in prison for a man charged in a series of break-ins and robberies.

2.99 percent tax hike coming in the Penn-Delco School District.

675 people who work at the Three Mile Island nuclear power plant outside Harrisburg. Owner Exelon is now threatening to shut it down.

10 years! It’s a reason for an anniversary party for Philly Beer Week.

83, age of former Panama strongman Manuel Noriega. He died this week.

3.25 million dollars being paid by a New Jersey township to a mosque that they blocked from setting up in the township.

1st flight for Icelandair from Philly to Iceland, with Mayor Jim Kenney on board, had to turn back and land at Boston for unknown reason.

1,000 dollars a share, what Amazon stock hit yesterday. It closed just under the mark.

1,000 dollars invested on first day Amazon stock traded would be worth $500,000 today.

7-2 win for Marple Newtown to take the District 1 baseball crown.

7-2 loss for Phillies to the Marlins

2-5 record for Phils’ starter Vince Velasquez, who left game in the 2nd inning with right elbow flexor strain.

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

Fletcher Cox did not exactly sound apologetic yesterday on his return to ‘voluntary’ organized team activity.

I Don’t Get It: Tiger Woods was one of my favorite athletes. I still would love to see him make a comeback. I’m not sure who that guy in the mug shot is.

Today’s Upper: Kudos to Don Molineux, who today winds up a career in law enforcement, most of it as chief in Yeadon Borough.

Quote Box: “I have to try to convince my wife not to add anything to the ‘honey-do list.’”

- Yeadon Police Chief Don Molineux, who retires today.

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