The Morning News for July 14, 2010

by Dave on July 14, 2010

Today’s the day! Join with your community on the Dagsworthy Street beach in Dewey Beach at 5:30pm for Delaware Coast Gulf Aid’s charity event to raise funds for estuaries affected by the Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill. Click here for full details.    The Morning News for

Wednesday, July 14, 2010:

Critics say Sussex adjustment board ignores rules (News Journal)

ony and Jacqueline Keen wanted to move a windmill from atop their house to a pole beside it to stop the Broadkill Beach home  from vibrating in high winds and cracking their ceilings. (MORE)

Biden runs unopposed in attorney general race (DelmarvaNow.com)

Attorney General Beau Biden won’t face any challengers in his bid to stay in office. (MORE)

Bethany Beach fire causes $500K in damage (AP)

Fire officials say an electrical malfunction caused a house fire in Bethany Beach, Delaware that caused half a million dollars in damage. (MORE)

State Representative Pete Schwartzkopf to run for re-election (WGMD)
House Majority Leader and State Representative Pete Schwartzkopf is going to run for re-election. (MORE)

Delaware and area leaders appeal for beach funding (Delaware Wave)

Delaware’s congressional delegation and seven New Jersey and Virginia lawmakers have called for a set-aside of at least $20 million in an upcoming emergency appropriations bill for beach and coastal repairs. (MORE)

Public to weigh in on Delaware River dredging (WDEL)

Delaware environmental officials are holding hearings on a proposal to continue deepening the Delaware River’s main shipping channel. (MORE)

Delaware Supreme Court: Gov. Markell can serve on national educational panel while governor (WGMD)

Gov. Jack Markell can serve on a national education panel without endangering his job as Delaware’s chief executive. (MORE)

Milton police investigate shooting (Delaware Wave)

Milton Police are currently investigating a recent attempted robbery and shooting. (MORE)

Police still search for missing person (DelmarvaNow.com)

Police are still investigating the alleged disappearance of a man who was swimming in the ocean off Read Street early Sunday morning. (MORE)

Rehoboth Beach Autumn Jazz Festival gears up for 21st run Oct. 13-17 (Cape Gazette)

The 21st Annual Rehoboth Beach Autumn Jazz festival is slated for Wednesday, Oct. 13 to Sunday, Oct. 17. Tickets are currently available at Rehobothjazz.com. (MORE)

Town purchases land for park (Delaware Wave)

The recent acquisition of a land parcel that yields easy access to a canal will allow the town to extend its park amenities. (MORE)

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Enjoy your day,

Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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