The Morning News for May 3, 2011

by Dave on May 3, 2011

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Delaware athletic department under federal review (AP)
The University of Delaware’s decision to eliminate varsity men’s cross country and track and field is being investigated by the U.S. Department of Education. (MORE)

Delaware’s best educators honored (Delaware Online)
Educators from across Delaware were honored Monday at the annual Superstars in Education awards dinner at the Center on the Riverfront. (MORE)

***Courtyard Series homes with an outdoor living space are being offered for the first time in our area, and you’ll want to be among the first to tour this unique design.  At Schell Brothers, we just completed our first Courtyard Series model at The Villages at Herring Creek and we’ll be launching the full series in the next few weeks.  People love this series because it’s based on extensive research about what Boomers are looking for in a home.  The courtyard area provides a usable, private, and comfortable outdoor living space – accessible to the main living area and master bedroom suite – that “lives” like another room of the house.  For example, the Mulberry at The Villages at Herring Creek has three “outdoor rooms”:  a dining area, a sunbathing/lounge area, and an outdoor living area that includes sofas and chairs with a fireplace.  Come on out to The Villages at Herring Creek and tour this unique Courtyard design for yourself.***

Residents say builders, town passing the buck (Cape Gazette)
When snowstorms hit the Cape Region over the winter, the town of Milton sent out snow plows, but it had no obligation to plow roads in Cannery Village. (MORE)

Delaware delegation praises operation that killed Osama bin Laden (Newsworks)
Delaware’s Washington delegation congratulates those who are responsible for carrying out the mission that led to the death of Osama bin Laden. (MORE)

Legislators hear small business concerns (Cape Gazette)
Sussex County business owners and community activists told a panel of seven legislators they don’t want more regulation. (MORE)

UD, Public Policy Institute roll out revised website on Delaware economic, quality of life rankings (My Daily Biz)
How attractive is Delaware as a location for doing business? What challenges will the First State face in the decades ahead? (MORE)

Researcher questions cost of Sussex solar farm (Cape Gazette)
While the new solar farm at the county’s emergency operations center will save the county money on its utility bills, the end cost to taxpayers may exceed $2 million. (MORE)

Delaware homeland security agency steps up vigilance, awareness in wake of bin Laden’s death (AP)
Delaware’s secretary of safety and homeland security says there have been no specific security threats detected in Delaware in the wake of the killing of terrorist leader Osama bin Laden by U.S. forces. (MORE)

Enjoy Your Day,
Dave Burris
Coastal Sussex Morning News

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