The Morning News For February 10, 2011

by Dave on February 10, 2011


The all-new BIG BEACH GUIDE (Coastal Sussex)
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M&T merger to result in Wilmington Trust layoffs (AP)
M&T Bank Corp.’s planned acquisition of Wilmington Trust Corp. will result in more than 700 layoffs in Delaware, officials said Wednesday. (MORE)

New Del. gun control laws proposed (Delaware Online)
Gov. Jack Markell is joining Democratic lawmakers in proposing four new gun control laws in Delaware. (MORE)


Sussex County: Contrasts define area economy (Cape Gazette)
Sussex County has its own set of contrasts that not only define the county but also present formidable challenges. (MORE)

Lewes declares UD Osher Lifelong Learning day (UDaily)
The mayor and council of the city of Lewes proclaimed the date Dec. 13, 2010, as “Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Delaware in Lewes Day.” (MORE)

Comfort served up at Betty’s Pure & Simple (Coast Press)
When restaurateurs Matt Haley and Bryony Zeigler wanted to open a new restaurant in the Midway Shopping Center, they were looking for something that hit close to home, both in food and aesthetics. As a result, Betty’s was born. (MORE)

Casino at Ocean Downs gets off to fast start (Delaware Online)
The Casino at Ocean Downs took in more than $3 million in revenue in its first month of operation, with each one of its slot machines generating $144 per day. (MORE)
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Enjoy your day,

Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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