The Morning News for September 24, 2010

by Dave on September 24, 2010

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Aryan Nations Criticize Bethany Leaders, Vow to Return (WBOC)
Like it or not, members of a white supremacist group say they will return to Bethany Beach next year even without the town’s permission. (MORE)

Group files legal challenge to Del. curbside recycling law (Delaware Online)
Delaware’s statewide recycling law landed in Chancery Court this week, challenged by a citizen group that includes a leader of the conservative Positive Growth Alliance. (MORE)

Rehoboth goes “green” with half million dollar energy grant (CoastalSussex.com)
Rehoboth Beach is going “green” in a very big way. The city has received a major energy grant to make efficiency improvements like newer windows, more efficient lighting and weatherization. (MORE)

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Del. neighborhood car break-ins have residents locking up (DelmarvaNow.com)
A recent slew of car break-ins at Tru-Vale Acres has Rehoboth Beach resident Lamar Padgett concerned and wary of his surroundings. (MORE)

Oktoberfest Hits Rehoboth (CoastalSussex.com)
Downtown Rehoboth Beach will be the place to be this weekend, as downtown restaurants celebrate the 3rd Annual Rehoboth Beach Oktoberfest! (MORE)

Beautifying Our Special Places (CoastalSussex.com)
Making our beautiful beaches even more beautiful. That is the point of the Coastal Cleanup, a once-a-year event that takes place this Saturday all over the globe including spots up and down the Delaware coastline. (MORE)

No Ordinary Chicken: Lloyd’s Serves 23,000 Birds A Year (CoastalSussex.com)
At least once or twice a week, Matt DiSabatino tucks into the quintessential comfort food: rotisserie chicken. But DiSabatino is not carving the chicken at one of his three Lewes restaurants–Striper Bites, Half Full and Kindle. (MORE)

The 48th annual Rehoboth Christmas Shop, Oct. 8-10 (Sussex Countian)
The 48th annual Rehoboth Christmas Shop will be held October 8 through 10 at the Rehoboth Convention Center on Rehoboth Avenue. (MORE)

BEA: Tourism Spending Up in Second Quarter (CoastalSussex.com)
Spending on travel and tourism was up this spring at a rate of 3%, according to a report released today from the US Bureau of Economic Analysis. (MORE)

Indian River School District Offers Message Replay Service (CoastalSussex.com)
Parents are reminded that the Indian River School District offers a replay service for all automated telephone messages sent through its AlertNow rapid notification system. (MORE)

Beebe Medical Center Offers Free Influenza Vaccinations (CoastalSussex.com)
Beebe Medical Center is offering free influenza vaccinations at several locations during October and November. Vaccinations will be provided to adults only (those over the age of 18). (MORE)

‘Funky’ cafe serves coffee with art (Beachcomber)
Sitting just outside the town limits of Fenwick Island, the West 54 Cafe offers unique food and coffees mixed with works of local artists. (MORE)

Dewey keeps with tradition at the Bottle & Cork race (Cape Gazette)
The Saturday after Labor Day is a tradition like no other in Dewey Beach. The 34th Gary P. Lister Bottle & Cork 10-miler and 5K takes place with over 750 participants taking to the streets of Dewey. (MORE)

Concierge At The Beach (CoastalSussex.com Voices)
With the world getting busier and busier, I’ve been joking that not only do I need an extra spouse for the honey-do list, but a butler and personal shopper would be helpful too. (MORE)

It’s about time… (CoastalSussex.com Voices)
Most of us are time-pressed and “what’s for dinner” is a last-minute thought. (MORE)

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Today’s Local Events:

  • Friday

    Rehoboth Beach Oktoberfest

    Milton Classic Car Show

    CHHS Cross Country at Middletown Invitational

    Cape May Lewes Ferry Sunset Wine Cruise

    CHHS Football vs. Polytech

    IRHS Football vs. Dover

    “Moon Over The Brewery”

  • SaturdayDewey Beach ElvisFest

    Dewey Beach Municipal Town Election

    Rehoboth Beach Oktoberfest

    Historic Lewes Farmer’s Market

    2010 Coastal Cleanup

    Milford Farmers Market

    CHHS Girls Volleyball at Brandywine

    Riverwalk Arts & Jazz Outdoor Series

    Opera At The Beach with Aprile Millo

    “Moon Over The Brewery”

  • SundayDewey Beach ElvisFest

    Rehoboth Beach Oktoberfest

    “Moon Over The Brewery”

Enjoy your day,

Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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