The Morning News For January 18, 2010

by Dave on January 18, 2011


Schwartzkopf renews casino drive (Delaware Online)
Legislation allowing the construction of two new casinos is expected to be introduced this week, renewing a fight between the three established casinos and lawmakers desperate to jump-start Delaware’s beleaguered economy. (MORE)

Bethany probes VIP parking (Delmarva Now)
Holding its first Town Council meeting since November, officials have many items to discuss. (MORE)

Missing MD Teens May Be In Lewes or Ocean City (WGMD)
According to the Maryland Center for Missing Children, two Montgomery County, Maryland teens missing since Saturday, may attempt to travel to Lewes or Ocean City. (MORE)


Dewey mayor: Public input necessary for planning and zoning (Cape Gazette)
Heavy snowfall did not quiet the public outcry heard in Dewey Beach Saturday, Jan. 8, demanding public input be allowed at all three Ruddertowne workshops. (MORE)

Concerns raised over Ruddertowne compromise (Delmarva Now)
The first public workshop regarding a potential compromise between the town and the developers of the Ruddertowne complex drew a capacity crowd of about 100 people to the Dewey Beach Lions Club. (MORE)

Upgrades proposed for coastal preserve (Delaware Online)
The Thompson Island Preserve is one of Delaware’s most culturally and environmentally significant holdings. (MORE)

Staton graduates from leadership program (Cape Gazette)
Andrew “Andy” Staton recently graduated from the Leadership Delaware Institute. (MORE)

Lewes girl donates to Locks of Love charity (Cape Gazette)
It took just a few seconds for razor-sharp scissors to slice through McKenzie Sanford’s ponytail of thick brown hair. It took a lot longer for her bright smile to fade. (MORE)

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Enjoy your day,

Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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