The Daily Numbers for Thursday, March 7
The Daily Numbers: 6 to 23 months at the county prison for rapper Beanie Sigel stemming from his drug arrest last summer.
71, age of Haverford man who police say had 225 images of child porn on his computer.
32, age of man who faces charges in a violent home invasion in Haverford in which 2 females were stabbed.
2 to 3 weeks, how long it likely will take before autopsy results are known in the death of Bailey O'Neill.
728,000 dollar winning lottery ticket sold at a Wawa in Tinicum.
0, as in how much we snow we got here in Delco. So much for that forecast of 3-5 inches.
6-1 vote by the Media Planning Commission to breathe new life into the plan for a new super Wawa at the borough's eastern end on Baltimore Pike.
50 to 60 mph wind gusts that were whipping around Jersey shore towns, where they had some flooding damage.
40 billion deal that is the hope for a joint venture between Boeing and Sikorsky.
1.1 million dollar bonus for 5 months work for the new boss of Yahoo Marissa Mayer.
67-57 win for the Villanova Wildcats over Georgetown last night.
3 wins for the Wildcats over teams ranked in the Top5.
19-12 mark, 10-6 in the Big East for Villanova.
11 straight road losses for the Sixers, who fell 107-96 to the Hawks last night.
14 of 22 games on the road to close the season for the Sixers. Can you say Rocky Road?
4 scoreless innings for Roy Halladay against the Nationals.
Call me a Phanatic: A look at the ups and downs of being a Philadelphia sports fan.
This should be a very interesting summer as the Phillies and Nationals bang heads. These two teams are developing a healthy dislike for each other, as evidenced yesterday when Roy Halladay plunked a Nat after Chase Utley got hit.
I Don’t Get It: I've said it before and I will say it again. What the local TV stations do with the weather borders on being a public disservice.
Today’s Upper: Kudos to Media Planning Commission, which wants to take another look at the plan to bring a super Wawa to town.
Quote Box: “What can I say? I'm getting old."
- Jrue Holiday, 22, with ice bags on his hand and knees after another loss in Atlanta.