The Morning News for March 21, 2011

by Dave on March 21, 2011


The Morning News for March 21, 2011:

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Sliding home prices stall construction, idling thousands (Delaware Online)
As spring slowly shoulders winter aside, homebuilders and house buyers alike are beginning to re-emerge, bringing some new life to a residential real-estate market that has been so soft for so long. (MORE)

Council fails to act on Peninsula’s extension (Cape Gazette)
Sussex County Council took partial action on an application that would allow more time for developers of The Peninsula at Long Neck to construct a golf clubhouse and nature center. (MORE)


Rising sea levels threaten Delaware (Delaware Online)
For the last century, the sea level along the Delaware coast has risen an average of about 3.2 millimeters a year. (MORE)

STEM Council looks to prepare students for jobs of future (WGMD)
The Delaware STEM council, co-chaired by former Senator and DuPont engineer Ted Kaufman, kicked off their mission on March 18 by unveiling a sweeping agenda that seeks to carry out Gov. Jack Markell’s vision of students being prepared to succeed in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). (MORE)

Delaware power-line projects set to start late this year (Delaware Online)
While its stalled giant power line has gotten a lot of attention, Delmarva Power has two other smaller power-line projects set to get under way in Delaware later this year. (MORE)

CHEF program to enhance arts education (Cape Gazette)
Colleen Lowe, a Cape Henlopen High School art teacher, discusses an upcoming project with local art collector and promoter Cliff Diver. (MORE)

Bids for Fenwick Island safety building to start (Delmarva Now)
Bids for construction of a proposed public safety building are expected to be advertised within the next six weeks, according to town officials. (MORE)

Program to explore Delaware during Civil War (Cape Gazette)
The Delaware Public Archives will continue its commemoration of the sesquicentennial (150th) anniversary of the beginning of the Civil War at 10:30 a.m., Saturday, April 2, by sponsoring a program titled A Dangerous & Uncomfortable Position: Delaware from the Secession Crisis through Bull Run. (MORE)

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Enjoy your day,
Dave Burris
Coastal Sussex Morning News

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