The Morning News for April 19, 2011

by Dave on April 19, 2011

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Fire Ruins Lewes Home (WBOC)
Authorities are investigating a Sunday afternoon fire that destroyed a home in Lewes. (MORE)

Lewes library seeks trustee candidates (Delaware Online)
Lewes Public Library announced today it is looking for candidates for a five-year term on its board of trustees. (MORE)

New Smoking Ban Passed In Rehoboth Beach (WAMU)
A new smoking ban has been passed by commissioners in Rehoboth Beach, Del. (MORE)

Auditor criticizes state’s oversight of weatherization, energy programs (Delaware Online)
Delaware has not adequately monitored the outside agencies that administer its federally funded programs, including the troubled weatherization program that wasted thousands of stimulus dollars, a new independent audit has found. (MORE)

Students bridge gap between art and function (Cape Gazette)
Lexus Purnell has a new respect for bridges and the people who design them. (MORE)

New law reduces hiring obstacles for Delaware schools (UDaily)
Delaware Gov. Jack Markell says he’s been hearing about the “September 30th problem” regarding teachers’ contracts for years and was eager to address the issue. (MORE)

Vacation season looks like winner (Delaware Online)
This will be Jackie Inman’s first summer running a beach business, so as the make-or-break season draws closer, excuse her for being a little anxious. (MORE)

Seven indicted in unemployment fraud case (Cape Gazette)
Seven Delawareans have been indicted by a grand jury on charges that they committed fraud by obtaining thousands of dollars in unemployment benefits for which they were not eligible. (MORE)

Dave Burris
Coastal Sussex Morning News

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