The Morning News for November 9, 2010

by Dave on November 9, 2010


Jay Leno snares Christine O’Donnell as guest during Coco’s first week on TBS (Washington Post)
Former Delaware Senate Nominee Christine O’Donnell is Jay Leno’s big Wednesday “get” on NBC’s “Tonight Show.”

Dramatic Drop in Delaware’s Workers’ Comp. Premiums (WHYY)
Delaware saw the greatest decline in workers’ compensation insurance premiums over the last few years, thanks to a cooperative effort by state lawmakers and then-Insurance Commissioner Matt Denn.

Maryland coast opened to offshore wind development (Baltimore Sun)
The federal government on Monday invited bids from wind power developers to place turbines off Maryland’s coast, taking the first step toward what could be the nation’s largest offshore commercial wind project to date.,0,6295023.story


Wilmington Trust Sued By Shareholder (Bloomberg)
Wilmington Trust Corp., the century- old bank founded by a member of the du Pont family, was sued by a stockholder who claims directors violated their duties by agreeing to sell the firm to M&T Bank Corp. at too low a price.

Bald eagles poisoned, one dead (WHYY)
Delaware environmental officials are trying to figure out who poisoned a pair of bald eagles in Sussex County in October.

Del. Proposes Extending Horseshoe Crab Quota (AP)
State officials say Delaware’s annual horseshoe crab harvest quota needs to be extended through 2013.

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Enjoy your day,

Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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