The Morning News for March 28, 2011

by Dave on March 28, 2011



A mix of hope, uncertainty as recession loosens grip (Delaware Online)
The winter of 2010 was particularly brutal for Delaware job seekers. More than 4,000 people lost work from July 2010 to January 2011, according to data from Delaware’s Labor Department. (MORE)

Sussex may get more seats in Leg Hall (Cape Gazette)
Delaware’s population is growing rapidly, and many newcomers have landed in Kent and Sussex counties. (MORE)

Civil union debate creates a great divide (Delaware Online)
Rick Moore of Milton has a gold band wrapped around the ring finger of his left hand. It matches the ring Nick Gurnas wears. (MORE)

Beautification panel to approve curb appeal (Delmarva Now)
The town’s Beautification Committee has taken another step to improve curb appeal by adopting a new landscaping plan for the Route 1 corridor. (MORE)

Countering criticism, Sussex makes search for top job more open (Delaware Online)
Sussex County has reversed course and will be holding a public meeting of its county administrator search committee after questions were raised and a Freedom of Information Act complaint filed over the openness of the hiring process. (MORE)

Dewey Beach hosts spring events (Cape Gazette)
The economy may be down, but Dewey Beach Marketing Committee is working to ensure visitors flood the town this spring. (MORE)

Georgetown man dies in single-car accident in Lewes (WGMD)
A Georgetown man is dead following a crash early this morning on Stockley Road west of Lewes. (MORE)

JAM Bistro to move into former Camel’s Hump (Cape Gazette)
To put it in the words of its owners, JAM Bistro is set to “move ourselves above ground.” (MORE)

Large withdrawals lead to fraud charges (Delaware Online)
A fraud investigation that started last May when bank officials noticed that a sickly 89-year-old Rehoboth Beach woman’s bank account had more two dozen suspicious withdrawals led police to charge a man this week with stealing $186,000 from her, state police said Friday. (MORE)

Cake Bar: Baked goods for discriminating tastes (Cape Gazette)
Lewes’ Second Street has a way of drawing adventurous entrepreneurs. (MORE)

At debate, Delaware Republican State Committee looks to the future (Delaware Online)
The three men who want to rebuild the Republican Party in Delaware agreed on one thing Saturday night: No more trashing other Republicans. (MORE)

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Enjoy your day,
Dave Burris
Coastal Sussex Morning News

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