The Daily Numbers for Thursday, June 1

The Daily Numbers: 7, age of Jackson Bauer, the Ridley youth who is being hailed as a hero for saving his family during a fire in their home.

53 new apartments in the Alician Senior Apartments in Upper Darby, built at the site of the former St. Alice School.

691 to 786 dollars a month rents in the new apartments.

2 years to the day that Chester police announced the arrest of a suspect in the murder of Michael Collier.

2.5 percent tax hike looking in Springfield.

50,424 dollars tuition at Swarthmore, but not for Marple Newtown High School senior Lauren Holt, who is 1 of 7 winners of the McCabe Scholars, which will pay her full tuition.

248,000 dollar salary for new Cheyney University interim president Aaron A. Walton.

6.33 inches of rain for the region in May.

5 hospitals in the region being sold to Reading Hospital. None of the facilities is in Delaware County.

3, age of Brendan Creato, slain in New Jersey. A jury could not reach a verdict in case against his father.

292 jobs being lost as Kellogg plans to close a plan in Horsham.

43, age of teacher in Burlington County, New Jersey, charged with taking pictures up the skirts of female students.

10-2 loss for the Phillies as they are swept out of Miami.

6-22 record for the Phillies in May.

17-34 overall record, worst for the Phils since 1961.

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

Think maybe it’s time to make room for a few of the Phils’ minor league prospect on the big league roster? How much worse could it possibly be?

I Don’t Get It: Kathy Griffin. I don’t get it. She admits she went over the line? You think?

Today’s Upper: Kudos to 7-year-old Jackson Bauer, lauded recently by Ridley commissioners for his quick actions to save family members when fire struck their home.

Quote Box: “There were flames. The fire department came and did what they are trained to do.”

- Jackson Bauer.