The Morning News for February 15, 2011

by Dave on February 15, 2011


M&T chief’s first Delaware audience could be a tough one (Delaware Online)
In an age where banker-bashing has become as culturally acceptable as lawyer-bashing (not to mention journalist bashing), Robert Wilmers stands out as something of an exception. (MORE)

Cape Henlopen School District searches for new superintendent (Delmarva Now)
The Cape Henlopen School District is accepting applications for a new superintendent. (MORE)

In Sussex, Habitat’s flexibility pays off (Delaware Online)
Back when the real estate boom made affordable housing an oxymoron in Sussex County, Habitat for Humanity went into the development business. (MORE)


Delaware Starts Next of Kin Registry (WBOC)
Delaware’s Division of Motor Vehicles is starting a next of kin registry. (MORE)

Estimated cost to implement Dewey electronic voter records lowered (Delmarva Now)
The town has been considering implementing an electronic voter registration system to replace all paper records, and the estimated expense has dropped more than 50 percent, officials said. (MORE)

Dewey Beach holds public hearing, workshop (Cape Gazette)
The future of the largest single property in Dewey Beach is a question that has pitted neighbor against neighbor for more than three years, and several suits have been filed in Delaware courts. (MORE)

Two teens were charged with burglarizing 16 cars (Delmarva Now)
Two teens were charged Saturday with burglarizing 16 cars in the Rehoboth Beach area. Shortly before 8 a.m., a trooper stopped Jeffrey Dempsey, 19, near Coastal Highway and Holland Glade Road. (MORE)

Food safety classes offered through University of Delaware (Cape Gazette)
The University of Delaware Sussex County Cooperative Extension office in Georgetown will offer two different levels of food safety courses, ServSafe and Dine Safe, at multiple times during the year. (MORE)

Event to help Millville Fire Company (Delaware Online)
The money raised at an upcoming event will benefit the Millville Volunteer Fire Company and its quest for upgraded ambulance equipment. (MORE)

La Esperanza Gets New President (WGMD)
Delaware restaurant entrepreneur Matt Haley has been elected president of the board of La Esperanza, the Sussex County human service agency for Latino immigrants. (MORE)

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Enjoy your day,

Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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