The Morning News for February 18, 2011

by Dave on February 18, 2011

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This Week’s BIG BEACH GUIDE (Coastal Sussex)
Inside information, special offers and stories from Striper Bites, Shorebreak, the SPCA, the Bellmoor Spa, Vicki Tull, Community Bank and more. (Click here to download the PDF file.)

This Week’s COASTAL SUSSEX WEEKLY Magazine (Coastal Sussex)
With stories on the mysterious Rehoboth Foodie, Milville’s Fat Tuna Grill, the state of the beach rental market, tomorrow’s Merchant’s Attic and much more (Click here to read today’s issue on your computer) or (Click here for a printable PDF file.)

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Delaware Announces $16 Million in Clean Water Projects (WBOC)
The Delaware Department of Natural Resource and Environmental Control on Wednesday announced $16 million in new water improvement projects. (MORE)

Casino developers will try their luck again in Dover (Delaware First)
Proponents of expanded gambling casino sites in Delaware are not taking no for an answer. (MORE)

Rehoboth to vote on patio ordinance changes in March (Cape Gazette)
Restaurant patios and decks will remain open until final call if the Rehoboth Beach commissioners suspend the city’s patio ordinance at the commissioners’ Friday, March 18 meeting. (MORE)

Move over Jersey shore, Dewey reality show may be next (Newsworks)
It’s still a long shot that it will ever see the light of day, but a Sussex County business man thinks he has the idea for the next great reality show.  One that features Dewey beach bartenders. (MORE)

Cyberbullying: Students learn to avoid internet harassment (Cape Gazette)
There’s nothing new about bullying; it’s been happening as long as humans have existed. (MORE)

LHS tells story of black female aviation pioneer (Cape Gazette)
Sharon Moore never heard of aviator Bessie Coleman, a sharecropper’s daughter who wanted to go to flight school to earn her pilot’s license. (MORE)

Dark cloud has golden lining for Wilmington Trust execs (Delaware Online)
It’s news that’s bound to cause some outrage, but also shrugs of “so what else is new?” (MORE)

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Enjoy your day,

Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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