The Morning News for August 19, 2010

by Dave on August 19, 2010

morningnewslogoThe Morning News for Thursday, August 19, 2010:

Beach crowd sizes begin to shrink (DelmarvaNow.com)
Within the coming weeks, preparation for school and sports training will begin, gradually decreasing the number of vacationers to resort towns. (MORE)

Rehoboth kicks off ocean outfall project (Delaware Coast Press)
Testing to determine the possible environmental impact of the city’s $32.5 million wastewater project will commence early next month. (MORE)

Governor Signs “Move Over” Law (CoastalSussex.com)
Slow down, and move over. That’s what a new state law is saying to motorists who happen upon emergency personnel on roadways in the First State. (MORE)

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Bone found in Delaware Bay not human (WGMD)
WGMD has learned that the bone that a clammer found in the Delaware bay on Sunday-which looked like a humerus bone-is not human, according to an examination by the Medical Examiner’s office. (MORE)

Secure Self Storage in Rehoboth Now Runs on Solar Power (PR.com)
Secure Self Storage in Rehoboth Beach, DE is proud to announce that the facility is running on solar power. (MORE)

Early Morning Fire In Lewes Beach Area (CoastalSussex.com)
The Delaware State Fire Marshal’s Office investigated at fire that occurred on Wednesday, August 18, 2010 at 3:54AM in the 100 block of New Jersey Avenue, Lewes, DE. (MORE)

Money for Minority Farmers in Delaware (NBC Philadelphia)
Delaware State University  is getting a grant to help minority farmers. The $400K grant will be used by the office that educates farmers on how to apply for federal loans and subsidies to finance and improve their crops. (MORE)

Ott fails to appear at case review (Delaware Wave)
A pre-trial case review for alleged rapist Tom Ott has been rescheduled after the former Cape Henlopen High School football coach was medically unable to attend his Aug. 16 hearing, according to his lawyer. (MORE)

A taste of old school baseball (Delaware Coast Press)
Have you ever wondered how baseball was played before the extravagant stadiums and big-money contracts? (MORE)

Pair Arrested Following Prescription Drug Robbery (CoastalSussex.com)
Tuesday afternoon August 17, 2010 Delaware State Police investigated a robbery complaint at the entrance to Pot Nets Creekside Millsboro, Delaware. (MORE)

State Police Investigate Robbery in WaWa Parking Lot (CoastalSussex.com)
Delaware State Police early Wednesday morning responded to the WAWA convenience store located at 17663 Dartmouth Drive Lewes, Delaware around 4:07 a.m. (MORE)

Dickerson Arrested; Charged With Nine Counts (CoastalSussex.com)
Woodrow Dickerson III, wanted by police in connection with several menacing complaints from Broadkill Beach on Sunday, was apprehended by police yesterday. (MORE)

OC Woman in Critical Condition Following Early Morning Crash (CoastalSussex.com)
Wednesday morning August 18, 2010 Delaware State Police Crash Reconstruction Unit investigated a serious motor vehicle collision at the intersection of Millsboro Road SR 24 and Careys Camp Road (CR 421) W/O Millsboro. (MORE)

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Enjoy your day,   Dave Burris Coastal Sussex Morning News

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