The Morning News for March 10, 2011

by Dave on March 10, 2011



Brittingham will remain school board president (Delaware Online)
The filing deadline for the Cape Henlopen School Board has passed, allowing President Spencer Brittingham to retain his seat for another five years. (MORE)

The state of small business in Delaware (DFM News)
Government officials in Delaware agree that creating a healthy environment for small business is critical to a strong economic recovery. (MORE)


Officials consider redesign of Rehoboth Avenue circle (Delaware Coast Press)
The city’s Streets and Transportation Committee is discussing a potential redesign of the landscaping and layout of the Rehoboth Avenue circle. (MORE)

Delaware agriculture is an $8 billion industry, according to new UD study (UDaily)
Agriculture is an $8 billion industry in Delaware, according to a recent study published by the Department of Food and Resource Economics in the University of Delaware’s College of Agriculture and Natural Resources. (MORE)

Delaware beaches see 3 seals in last two weeks (Delaware Wave)
The Marine Education, Research and Rehabilitation Institute has been busy over the last two weeks, as three seals have come ashore on Delaware beaches. (MORE)

New High-Voltage Line Planned for Sussex and Worcester Counties (WBOC)
Delmarva Power on Wednesday announced plans to build a new, high-voltage, transmission line between Millsboro, Del., and Bishopville, Md. (MORE)

Route 54 work right on target (Delmarva Now)
The Route 54 Mainline Improvement Project is going according to schedule, officials said. (MORE)

Two new Delaware casinos? (Newsworks)
Delaware could be home to two more casinos, one each in New Castle and Sussex Counties. (MORE)

EMS Safety Program Tackles Lessons From Del. Paramedic’s Death (WBOC)
Lessons learned from the death of a Sussex County paramedic could prevent future tragedies. (MORE)

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Enjoy your day,
Dave Burris
Coastal Sussex Morning News

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