The Morning News for August 10, 2010

by Dave on August 10, 2010

The Morning News for Tuesday, August 10, 2010:

Rehoboth police arrest six in assault case (Cape Gazette)
The Rehoboth Beach Police Department has arrested six teenagers in connection with a string of assaults and robberies from July 16 to Aug. 2. (MORE)

Teen Shot In Leg In Alleged Fight Over Man (CBS 3)
Delaware State Police say a 16-year-old girls has been charged with assault after a 17-year-old girl was shot in the leg after an alleged fight over a man. (MORE)

Child Accused of Killing Seagull Gets Off With Warning (MyFOXDC.com)
Bethany Beach lifeguards called for police assistance Thursday after a child was accused of killing a seagull. (MORE)

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Upcoming film tells of Sussex County’s World War II Heroes (Coastal Sussex)
Sixty-five years since the conclusion of hostilities in World War II, voices from this important time in history are vanishing in rapid numbers. (MORE)

With last piping plover chicks fledged, Gordons Pond beach reopens (Coastal Sussex)
The last of the piping plover chicks at Cape Henlopen State Park have fledged and, as a result, the ocean beach at Gordons Pond was opened to vehicular and foot traffic this morning, Monday, Aug. 9. (MORE)

Man found with more than 24 ounces of marijuana (Delaware Wave)
A routine traffic stop led to a drug bust, as police found a 23-year-old man in possession of more than 24 ounces of marijuana. (MORE)

Pedestrians Deaths On The Rise In Delaware (WJZ 13)
Delaware officials say pedestrian deaths have risen dramatically so far this year. (MORE)

Delaware nets nursing education funding (WHYY)
Some nursing students in the First State will be able to apply for financial help for their schooling, thanks to a federal grant. (MORE)

Milton budget: Town eyes layoffs (Cape Gazette)
Facing an estimated budget deficit of nearly $471,000, Milton Mayor Cliff Newlands is proposing to cut the town budget by 20 percent. (MORE)

Gordon’s Pond Unguarded Beginning Saturday, August 14th (Coastal Sussex)
Beginning Saturday, Aug. 14, Cape Henlopen State Park’s Gordons Pond beach will be unguarded for the rest of the summer. “Unguarded Beach” signs will be posted at all dune crossings, fee booths and other beach access areas. (MORE)

Graffiti problem in Rehoboth Beach (WGMD)
Rehoboth Beach police investigated a graffiti attack which was reported around 11:20 a.m. Sunday. (MORE)

Richard Bryan launches independent Delaware Realty firm (Cape Gazette)
Richard Bryan hoisted a new flag over his Lewes real estate office Sunday, Aug. 1. (MORE)

Delaware Electric Coop annual meeting on Tuesday (WGMD)
The Delaware Electric Cooperative will hold its annual meeting Tuesday beginning at 3pm at The Center – at the State Fair Ice Rink in Harrington. (MORE)

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TODAY’S LOCAL EVENTS:

  • Kalmar Nyckel Pirate Sail
  • Dolphin Watch
  • Rehoboth Summer Childrens Theatre: The Wizard of Oz
  • Rehoboth Beach Farmer’s Market
  • Hayrides at the Beach
  • The Rat Pack Together Again

Enjoy your day,   Dave Burris Coastal Sussex Morning News

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