The Morning News for December 13, 2010

by Dave on December 13, 2010

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DelDOT deals bring FBI scrutiny (Delaware Online)
The FBI is investigating two lucrative deals involving public land in Milford arranged for businessmen with ties to former Gov. Ruth Ann Minner. (MORE)

‘I’m not a witch’ picked as top quote of year (AP)
Christine O’Donnell’s TV ad declaration “I’m not a witch” during her U.S. Senate campaign topped this year’s best quotes, according to a Yale University librarian. (MORE)

Wilmington Trust sale: rumors, facts (Delaware Online)
Wilmington Trust stockholders and at least one Delaware lawmaker continue to grope for the underlying reasons for the decline of the state’s signature banking company, even as the bank moves ahead with an agreed-upon merger with M&T Bank of Buffalo. (MORE)

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Dewey considers revised Ruddertowne proposal (Delmarva Now)
Town officials will consider a revised version of the controversial Ruddertowne project which, if approved, could end nearly three years of legal wrangling with Dewey Beach Enterprises. (MORE)

Two years in the life of Delaware’s first lady (Delaware Online)
Carla Markell calls it “my book,” a 2010 date book emblazoned with a pink ribbon breast cancer symbol and stuffed with her appointments. (MORE)

Del. schools prepare for new testing program (Delmarva Now)
With the implementation of a new state testing program this year, educators are bracing for lower test scores and other ramifications of the system. (MORE)

Delaware Habitat for Humanity volunteer helps give others something to build on (Delaware Online)
For Tony Etze, months of sweaty, dusty, strenuous labor come down to a moment that lasts just 15 minutes. (MORE)

Lewes man stopped for 4th offense DUI (WGMD)
A Lewes man has been arrested by Milton Police for a DUI 4th offense. (MORE)

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Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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