The Morning News for March 8, 2011

by Dave on March 8, 2011



New casinos and jobs: Net gain or loss? (Delaware Online)

As they prepare for battle in the General Assembly again, proponents of two new casinos in Delaware are trying to sell the projects this year as the source of hundreds of new jobs. (MORE) 

Fugitive Captured in Dewey Beach (WBOC)
Dewey Beach police say a weekend traffic stop led to the arrest of a suspect wanted in connection with a home invasion robbery that happened last month in Dover. (MORE)

Milton police chief sues town (Delaware Online)
Milton’s police chief is suing the town manager, former mayor and current and former Town Council members over his attempted firing two years ago, the latest development in a legal, political and personal drama that continues to envelop the small Sussex County town. (MORE)


Study to quantify turbine impact on birds and bats (UDaily)
The University of Delaware’s 2-megawatt wind turbine is the site of new research that will help answer a common question about the alternative energy producers: How do they affect birds and bats? (MORE)

Marketing group plans 3 events to draw visitors (Delaware Online)
Vacationers will soon start hitting the sand, and the Dewey Beach Marketing Committee has been working hard to provide fun activities that will attract beachgoers. (MORE)

Biden unveils plan to target chronic polluters (Dover Post)
Polluters who repeatedly run afoul of Delaware law will face stronger enforcement actions and greater financial consequences under legislation unveiled today by Attorney General Beau Biden. (MORE)

Delaware – The Worst State? (Delaware, Inc.)
Not sure which fact is more distressing – that Delaware has so many people out of work, or that the people who do have jobs really, really hate them. (MORE)

Georgetown House Fire Ruled Arson (WBOC)
Authorities have ruled as arson an early Sunday fire that caused thousands of dollars in damage to a home in Georgetown. (MORE)


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Enjoy your day,

Dave Burris
Coastal Sussex Morning News

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