The Morning News for March 14, 2011

by Dave on March 14, 2011



Wilmington Trust bet the farm on risky loans (Delaware Online)
When Wilmington Trust Corp. stockholders vote later this month about being taken over at a fire sale price, officials say it will be their last chance to avoid an even worse fate. (MORE)

Ocean View approves its 2012 budget (Coastal Point)
At their March 8 meeting, the Ocean View Town Council approved the town’s 2012-fiscal-year budget. (MORE)


For Delaware’s attractions, hotels economy has mixed potential (Delaware Online)
The regional tourism industry is rolling with mixed economic signs, from higher gas and airline prices to an improving economy and stock market. (MORE)

IRIB project moving ahead toward traffic changes (Coastal Point)
Big changes are coming for those who drive over the Indian River Inlet, and those responsible for them offered more information on those changes to the public at a Feb. 28 construction advisory group meeting on-site near the base of the bridge. (MORE)

Dogfish reins in distribution (Delaware Online)
It’s a simple beverage that requires just four ingredients — water, yeast, hops and barley. But what a fuss beer can cause. (MORE)

Thompson Island upgrades draw crowd (Cape Gazette)
Nearly 50 concerned residents traveled to the Biden Center at Cape Henlopen State Park March 9 to learn about proposed upgrades to the Thompson Island preserve. (MORE)

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Enjoy your day,
Dave Burris
Coastal Sussex Morning News

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