The Morning News for January 4, 2011

by Dave on January 4, 2011

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Body of former Pentagon official found in Delaware landfill (CNN)
Delaware authorities are investigating the circumstances surrounding the recent discovery of the body of a former Pentagon official in a landfill, according to a statement released Monday by the Newark, Delaware, Police Department. (MORE)

How O’Donnell Brought Down the Delaware GOP (FrumForum)
The FBI is investigating whether Christine O’Donnell misused campaign funds during her Senate run. While we wait to find out whether she’s guilty on that count, we already know that she is guilty in another way: for destroying and cannibalizing the Republican Party in Delaware. (MORE)

Delaware gas average hits $3.10 per gallon (Newsworks)
2011 gets underway with Delaware drivers paying an average of $3.10 per gallon at the pump. (MORE)

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Del. not rushing school reform (Delaware Online)
In the nine months since federal education officials named Delaware a winner of a $119 million Race to the Top grant, just under $2.5 million of the state’s grant has been spent. (MORE)

Ruddertowne workshops to address settlement (Delmarva Now)
As residents prepare for the first of three workshops to discuss a possible settlement with the developers of Ruddertowne, many questions remain about what the compromise might hold for Dewey Beach. (MORE)

Bethany-Fenwick residents to pay more for ambulance service (WGMD)
Bethany Beach area residents will be paying more this year for ambulance service. (MORE)

Fenwick continues sidewalk discussions (Delmarva Now)
Officials plan to address Fenwick’s pedestrian improvement plan at the next town Planning Commission meeting. (MORE)

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Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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