The Morning News for February 11, 2011

by Dave on February 11, 2011


This Week’s COASTAL SUSSEX WEEKLY Magazine (Coastal Sussex)
Featuring articles on the state of the real estate market, the Dewey Winter Gala, Polar Bears & Chili Beans and the story behind our new Big Beach Guide. (Click here to read the magazine on your screen) or (Click here for a printable PDF file.)

Slide continues for Delaware’s once-booming financial sector (Delaware Online)
The looming job losses at Wilmington Trust announced Wednesday will level another heavy blow at economies in Wilmington and neighboring communities already struggling after thousands of layoffs since the recession began two years ago. (MORE)

21 Arrested for DUI on Super Bowl Sunday in Del. (WBOC)
Twenty-one drivers in Delaware were charged with driving under the influence on Super Bowl Sunday, according to the state Office of Highway Safety. (MORE)


DE Air National Guard Colonel & Rehoboth Resident Receives Bronze Star Medal (WGMD)
U.S. Air Force Colonel and Rehoboth Beach resident Carol Timmons has received the Bronze Star Medal. (MORE)

Swan supporters aim to change state policy (Coastal Point)
A group of residents along White’s Creek in Millville and Ocean View met this week to recall the history of mute swans along the creek and the killing of a pair of the swans last month by state Fish & Wildlife employees, and to make a plan they hope will offer a way forward for both the swans and state policy. (MORE)

Millsboro Men Charged with 32 Burglaries (WGMD)
Delaware State police have arrested two Millsboro men in connection with 32 burglaries between December 2009 and Jan. 2011. (MORE)

Draper, Burris lauded for achievements (Cape Gazette)
The Delaware Community Foundation honored the charitable achievements of philanthropists Thomas H. Draper and the late Robert D. Burris with the awarding of the foundation’s Allen Cup Award for Philanthropic Leadership at a dinner held Jan. 18, in the Draper Gymnasium at Delmarva Christian High School. (MORE)

Rehoboth PD make arrest in November burglaries (WGMD)
A Millsboro man has been arrested for burglaries last November at 3 rental properties where flat-screen TVs and other electronics were taken – including one property where his company is employed. (MORE)

Pats Aircraft resolves DNREC violations case (Cape Gazette)
Pats Aircraft LLC of Georgetown has returned to compliance in the case of violations cited in a Jan. 11, 2010 penalty order issued by the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control. (MORE)

Bethany considers new angle on downtown parking (Coastal Point)
Bethany Beach Town Council members are considering whether to make a major change to parking in their downtown area as part of the planned Streetscape project designed to remake how the area looks and functions. (MORE)
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Enjoy your day,

Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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