The Morning News for February 7, 2011

by Dave on February 7, 2011


A record number dive in (Delaware Online)
With a full beach and boardwalk, a bright sun and sea gulls in the air, anyone watching on TV might be forgiven for thinking it might be summer. (MORE)

For Nine Days, Emotions Rule (News Journal)
To this close-knit Sussex County town, the trial over the death of Patrolman Chad Spicer was more than just another murder case. (MORE)

No casino in Ruddertowne, developer says (Delaware Online)
Town residents and property owners, clearly troubled by a proposed deal with developers on the redevelopment of the Ruddertowne complex, raised the specter Saturday of a casino at the beachfront site — a specter the developers said is nonsense. (MORE)


Waitstaff weathers the slow season (Delmarva Now)
Winter in resort towns is tough on all businesses, but for servers and bartenders it can be brutal. Shifts are cut, restaurants reduce their hours of operations and tips decline. (MORE)

Men Arrested For Beach Burglaries (WGMD)
Delaware State Police have charged three men in connection with 15 burglaries committed in Dewey Beach and Lewes area communities between October 2010 and January. (MORE)

Marketing project has real-world influence (Delaware Online)
Marketing students statewide wrapped up a campaign last week to provide sleeping bags for homeless Delaware children — an effort that helped them learn something in their field of study at the same time. (MORE)

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Enjoy your day,

Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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