The Morning News for January 26, 2011

by Dave on January 26, 2011

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Delaware Considers Banning Trans Fats in Schools (WBOC)
Some Delaware lawmakers said they want students to have healthier choices when it comes to school lunches. (MORE)

Children’s toys from accused Lewes pediatrician won’t be sold (Newsworks)
They had created as much controversy as the crime itself. (MORE)

Judge sides with medical society in Bradley abuse lawsuit (Delmarva Now)
The Medical Society of Delaware has won a ruling in a lawsuit brought by victims of alleged pedophile pediatrician Earl Bradley. (MORE)

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DelDOT’s future looking grimmer (Delaware Online)
Estimated shortfalls in state road and transit funds deepened Monday in new DelDOT reports on budget scenarios. (MORE)

SPCA surrender fee is justifiable (Delaware Wave)
The Delaware Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals has imposed a fee that has people talking. Every person who hands over an unwanted pet is charged $50. (MORE)

Savor a Touch of Italy (Delaware Wave)
Since opening Touch of Italy Salumeria & Pasticceria in October 2009, co-owner Bobby Ciprietti said the eatery has developed a strong reputation and customer base. (MORE)

Watch mozzarella master Berardinelli at work in Lewes restaurant (Delaware Wave)
Making perfect mozzarella cheese is a lengthy, precise process that requires patience and pretty durable hands. (MORE)

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Enjoy your day,

Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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