The Morning News for February 25, 2011

by Dave on February 25, 2011

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This Week’s COASTAL SUSSEX WEEKLY Magazine (Coastal Sussex)
With stories on Fenwick Wine Cellars, the Dirty Dozen Mud Run, a preview of the Chocolate Festival & Mardi Gras in Rehoboth and Fay Jacobs on creepy crawlspaces & DryZone. (Click here to view the edition on your screen) or (Click here for a printable PDF file)

Destination Station eyes next phase (Cape Gazette)
Destination Station Center planners are ready to fire up the bus and get rolling again. (MORE)

Popular UD Land and Sea series returns to Lewes on Fridays (UDaily)
The University of Delaware’s popular Land and Sea Lecture Series will present four stimulating morning discussions on topics ranging from political communication to the technology and economics of offshore wind, beginning in March on the Hugh R. Sharp Campus in Lewes. (MORE)

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Wind power could come ashore in Bethany Beach (Coastal Point)
Is Bethany Beach the place where some of the nation’s first offshore wind-generated electricity will come onto land? (MORE)

Rehoboth house fire under investigation (WGMD)
A fire in a New Castle Street home in Rehoboth Beach just before 5 last evening remains under investigation. (MORE)

Swan supporters get backing from big guns (Coastal Point)
Guitarist Slash of Guns N’ Roses and Velvet Revolver. Talk-show host Montel Williams. Photographer Nigel Barker of “America’s Next Top Model.” Delaware state Rep. Gerald Hocker. Humane Society of the United States Senior Vice President Dr. John Grandy. (MORE)

Center for the Inland Bays launches website (Cape Gazette)
The Center for the Inland Bays has updated its online presence, unveiling a new website. (MORE)

Restaurant brings Baltimore heritage to Fenwick (Delmarva Now)
For St. Patrick’s Day, just once each year, Martha Hitchens has a tempting pot bubbling in the kitchen at House of Welsh restaurant. (MORE)

Lewes farmers market to host agriculture workshop (Cape Gazette)
For the fifth consecutive year, the Historic Lewes Farmers Market will hold a free workshop for farmers and growers from 10 a.m. to noon, Saturday, March 12, at Lavender Fields Farm, 18864 Cool Spring Road, Milton. (MORE)

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Enjoy your day,
Dave Burris
Coastal Sussex Morning News

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