The Morning News for April 7, 2011

by Dave on April 7, 2011

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Carson Named Superintendent of Cape Henlopen Schools (WBOC)
The Cape Henlopen School District on Wednesday announced that Dr. Kevin E. Carson will serve the district as its new superintendent of schools. (MORE)

Delaware Senate approves reforms of drug laws (Delaware Online)
With little debate, the Delaware Senate on Tuesday approved the most sweeping changes to the state’s drug laws since the 1960s. (MORE)

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Del. governor touts job creation incentives (AP)
Gov. Jack Markell is urging Delaware businesses to help spread the word that the state is a good place to do business. (MORE)

Abortion consent bill proposed (Delaware Online)
A 2009 law requires Delaware teens ages 14 to 17 to get a parent’s written permission to use a tanning bed. Children under 14 are prohibited from tanning unless a doctor recommends it. (MORE)

Government Shutdown Jeopardizes Delaware Job Fair (Huffington Post)
More than 1,000 prospective job seekers may be out of luck next week if Congress is unable to come to a budget agreement. (MORE)

Delaware City elects Buchheit as new mayor (Delaware Online)
Voters in Delaware City elected a new mayor on Tuesday. Reached by cellphone Tuesday night, John P. Buchheit III confirmed that he will be the new mayor of the city. “Now I have a job to do,” Buchheit said. “I moved here from Lewes, Delaware, and I think Delaware City is one of the best places to live and work.” (MORE)

Fenwick must OK off-duty policing (Delmarva Now)
Town officials are working to create a clear distinction between extra duty jobs and outside employment for the Fenwick Island Police Department. (MORE)

Catamarans being considered for Cape May-Lewes Ferry (Delaware Online)
The Delaware River and Bay Authority is considering catamarans for the Cape May-Lewes Ferry. (MORE)

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Enjoy your day,
Dave Burris
Coastal Sussex Morning News

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