The Morning News for February 4, 2011

by Dave on February 4, 2011

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This Week’s COASTAL SUSSEX WEEKLY Magazine (Coastal Sussex)
With stories on The Next Great Baker, The Death of Print?, DelDOT Saga Goes To Court, An Amazing Collection Of Old Phones, and much more. (PDF Only This Week) Click here for regular PDF (computers) or Click Here for small PDF (phones, iPads, etc.)

Delaware, Rhode Island residents have most debt (Reuters)
Americans are still up to their ears in consumer debt, with Delawareans topping the list with an average per-person debt load of a whopping $20,233, a report by debt relief company CareOne Services shows. (MORE)

Rehoboth Man Charged with Weapons Violations (WGMD)
A 35-year-old Rehoboth Beach man has been arrested and charged with two counts of possession of firearms and ammunition by a person prohibited. (MORE)

Jordan’s Rooftop in OC will close this month (Delmarva Now)
After 19 years of operation, Jordan’s Rooftop restaurant will close at the end of the month and will be replaced with a new proprietor. (MORE)

Markell talks state regulations, explains reasoning for stopping bypass work (WGMD)
Many listeners who call in to WGMD’s talk shows express their dislike for what they think is over-regulation by state agencies such as DNREC. (MORE)

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Delaware resident sues Wilmington Trust (Delaware Online)
Even as they proclaimed the bank was on the right course to recovery, Wilmington Trust executives kept its dire financial predicament largely to themselves, eventually devastating employee retirement accounts that plummeted along with its stock price, a federal lawsuit filed Wednesday in Wilmington charged. (MORE)   DNREC Approves Marina Near Fenwick Despite Objections (Delaware Online) A proposed 24-slip marina in Lighthouse Cove near Fenwick Island has been approved by the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control despite objections from neighboring residents. (MORE)

Sussex Tech’s Maxine Fluharty picks Maryland (Delaware Online)
With a simple stroke of the special silver pen she had been given just for the occasion, Sussex Tech’s Maxine Fluharty took a big step toward her future at the University of Maryland on Wednesday. (MORE)

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Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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