The Morning News for April 26, 2011

by Dave on April 26, 2011



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Delaware Shakeup: Chancellor William Chandler to Retire (Wall St. Journal)
In what the Delaware News-Journal is calling a “surprise announcement,” Chancellor William B. Chandler III, the chief judge of the highly influential Delaware Chancery Court, will step down from the bench on June 17. (MORE)

Sussex commission defers Brickyard Landing decision (Cape Gazette)
There is still no decision on the fate of the proposed Brickyard Landing subdivision near Milton. (MORE)

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Delaware Auditor: Politics played no role in delayed report on investigation (Newsworks)
Delaware State Auditor Tom Wagner says politics had nothing to do with an investigation into a program run by a former Republican lawmaker being withheld for release to the public. (MORE)

Even in Delaware, ‘Obama 2012” bumper stickers don’t mention Biden (Daily Caller Opinion)
For those who are seeking signs and portents for the 2012 presidential matchup, may I suggest a trip to Delaware? Here’s what you won’t be seeing: Joe Biden’s name on the “Obama 2012” bumper stickers. (MORE)

Castle to form PAC with war chest (Delaware Online)
Former Rep. Mike Castle said he will form a political action committee using leftover campaign funds and will soon begin working as a consultant for a law firm. (MORE)

Delmarva Public Radio brings Carribean to Rehoboth Beach (Beachcomber)
Plans are underway for Delmarva Public Radio’s annual fundraiser. (MORE)

Enjoy Your Day,
Dave Burris
Coastal Sussex Morning News

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