The Morning News for September 27, 2010

by Dave on September 27, 2010

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Dewey elects Laird and Seitz (CoastalSussex.com)
Dewey Beach voters returned Commissioner Marty Seitz to office on Saturday while also electing newcomer Jim Laird. (MORE)

Milford Man Sends Six People to the Hospital In Separate Crashes (CoastalSussex.com)
A Milford man is accused of sending six people to the hospital after two crashes in the Milton area Friday evening. (MORE)

Thousands pitch in to clean up Delaware beaches (Delaware Online)
By twos and threes and tens, thousands of volunteers spread out across Delaware’s sandy shores Saturday for one of the biggest beach-cleaning efforts ever seen in the First State. (MORE)

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Cape superintendent search going to the public (CoastalSussex.com)
The Cape Henlopen School District moved one step closer to finding a permanent school district superintendent at the Sept. 23 board meeting. (MORE)

Delaware’s last brickyard in way of development (Delaware Online)
For more than four decades around the turn of the last century, the Milton Brick Manufacturing Co. churned out bricks used to build houses and farm silos around the growing state, baked from clay dug up from Sussex County soil. (MORE)

Delaware House Republicans Release ‘Putting Delaware First‘ (CoastalSussex.com)
Following on the heels of the Pledge to America, released by U.S. Senate and Congressional Republicans Thursday afternoon, Republican leaders in the Delaware State House of Representatives have unveiled their own version of the pact. (MORE)

Governor’s Weekly Message (CoastalSussex.com)
In his weekly message, Governor Markell announced that he, along with Delaware Secretary of Education Lillian Lowery and others will hit the road between now and the end of the year for ten public “Conversations about Stronger Schools.” (MORE)

DNREC Secretary Promotes Water Conservation (CoastalSussex.com)
Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control Secretary Collin O’Mara is asking state residents to voluntarily conserve water due to the continued dry conditions that have persisted throughout Delaware. (MORE)

League of Women Voters to host a Candidates’ Night (CoastalSussex.com)
The Sussex County League of Women Voters Candidates’ Night will be held Wednesday, September 29, at 7:00 p.m. at the Lewes Public Library on Kings Highway in Lewes. (MORE)

DNREC’s Scrap Tire Drop-off Day Oct. 9 at Delaware State Fairgrounds (CoastalSussex.com)
Delaware’s Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control will host its fifth Scrap Tire Drop-off Day Saturday, Oct. 9, at the Delaware State Fairgrounds in Harrington. Event hours are 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., rain or shine. (MORE)

Clear Space Teams With Rehoboth Museum for Interactive Exhibit (CoastalSussex.com)
With funding made possible by the Delaware Humanities Forum, this fall, the Clear Space Theatre Company is joining forces with the Rehoboth Beach Museum to bring one of its exhibits to life. (MORE)

“Tall Tales and Tattoos” Halloween Program at Zwaanendael Museum Oct. 30(CoastalSussex.com)
Halloween weekend revelers will have an opportunity to experience the program “Tall Tales and Tattoos” that will take place on Saturday, October 30, 2010, from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., at the Zwaanendael Museum. (MORE)

Men’s Golf Will Host Rehoboth Beach Fall Invitational (UPenn Athletics)
The annual Rehoboth Beach Fall Invitational will be hosted at the Kings Creek Golf Club, with the first round taking place Monday morning with a shotgun start at 8:30 a.m. (MORE)

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Today’s Local Events:

  • MD-DE Downtown Revitalization Conference
  • CHHS Cross Country at Woodbridge

Enjoy your day,   Dave Burris Coastal Sussex Morning News

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