The Morning News for March 9, 2011

by Dave on March 9, 2011

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Casino Gambling Could be Expanded in Delaware (WBOC)
More casinos could be headed to Delaware. Sussex County Rep. Pete Schwartzkopf on Monday introduced legislation in the Delaware General Assembly that would allow for two new casinos to be built in the First State. (MORE)

Developers Offer 3 Casino Proposals for Sussex County (WBOC)
Developers have placed their bets on Sussex County as Delaware lawmakers consider adding two additional casinos to the First State. (MORE)

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M&T Bank chief states case (Delaware Online)
By turns conciliatory about upcoming deep layoffs at Wilmington Trust and upbeat about its remaining employees’ roles, M&T Bank Chairman and CEO Robert G. Wilmers vowed Monday night to reinvigorate the wounded Delaware institution, emphasizing that its woes were dire enough to demand the quick and painful remedy of downsizing. (MORE)

Millsboro Woman Sought on Theft Charges (WBOC)
Delaware State Police say they are looking for a Millsboro woman who allegedly stole more than $6,000 by cashing checks drawn on another woman’s account. (MORE)

Police release photos in ID theft (Delaware Online)
State police are asking the public to help in identifying a man believed to have used a woman’s stolen credit card at a Walmart store near Rehoboth Beach. (MORE)

Ocean Farms residents vote against roadway improvements (Delaware Online)
The majority of property owners in Ocean Farms rejected a referendum that would have enabled the community to move forward with roadway improvements. (MORE)

Dewey cops charge Lewes man with DUI (Delaware Online)
A 31-year-old Lewes man was arrested following a traffic stop in Dewey Beach for allegedly transporting two juveniles while drunk. (MORE)

Surf shops ride the economic wave (Delaware Online)
Chauncey Rhodes, owner of Chauncey’s Surf Shop, knows how to survive an economic downturn. (MORE)

 

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Enjoy your day,
Dave Burris
Coastal Sussex Morning News

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