The Morning News for April 13, 2011

by Dave on April 13, 2011



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Sussex eyes zone for casinos (Delaware Online)
Sussex County took a first step Tuesday to create a special zoning district for casinos, an attempt to control development of such projects if the state ever approves gambling expansion. (MORE)

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Route 1 personal injury crash update (Delmarva Now)
Delaware State Police investigated a personal injury crash, which began as a routine traffic stop, that occurred near Cave Neck Road on Route 1 around 6:30 a.m. (MORE)

Driver rescued after car submerges (Cape Gazette)
Rehoboth Beach volunteer firefighters and Sussex County paramedics responded to the West Bay Park Marina in Angola at about 6:30 p.m. April 10. (MORE)

Thousands Attend Delaware Job Fair (WBOC)
Delaware Sen. Chris Coons on Tuesday sponsored a job fair at the Chase Center in Wilmington to give state residents another shot at landing a job. (MORE)

Sussex County to save on health insurance (Cape Gazette)
Health insurance is a big-ticket item in the Sussex County government budget, so any potential savings attracts attention. (MORE)

Drag show a popular Blue Moon tradition (Delaware Wave)
If you’ve never experienced a Blue Moon Divas show, put it on your to-do-list for a Friday night. (MORE)

Study: Caffeine Cravings May be Genetic (WBOC)
A new study suggests cravings for caffeine may be influenced by your genes. (MORE)


Enjoy your day,
Dave Burris
Coastal Sussex Morning News

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