The Morning News for October 6, 2010

by Dave on October 6, 2010

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Rep. Bennett Facing Possible DUI Charges After Lewes Arrest (Coastal Sussex)
Rep. Brad Bennett will continue his re-election campaign despite allegations of drunk driving. (MORE)

Poll: Carney, Wagner Lead; Flowers, Bonini Tied (Coastal Sussex)
Farleigh Dickinson University’s PublicMind today released poll numbers on several statewide races for the 2010 elections. (MORE)

Maggio Shields variance narrowly passes in Rehoboth (Cape Gazette)
The Rehoboth Beach Board of Adjustment approved a variance that allows a First Street Station restaurant to seek a liquor license. (MORE)

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Booth takes liaison post with Sussex Tech (Coastal Sussex)
Senator Joe Booth has left his family dry cleaning business after a 27-year stint. (MORE)

Bethany aims to enhance shoulder season (Delaware Wave)
In working to update its Comprehensive Development Plan, the town is focusing on building a stronger relationship with the business community. (MORE)

Fireworks mistaken for gunshots (Delaware Wave)
Rehoboth Beach Police have determined that the setting off of fireworks resulted in several reports of gunfire. (MORE)

Cape Henlopen school officials say cuts unlikely (Delmarva Now)
With the arrival of the district’s final unit count, which determines how many teachers will be funded by the state, Cape Henlopen School District officials say further cuts are unlikely. (MORE)

Rehoboth chef comes home (Delaware Wave)
Like many recent high school graduates, Henlopen City Oyster House chef Bill Clifton had no idea what his next step was going to be. (MORE)

UD Football Makes Big Move Up to No. 2 in National Top 25 Polls (WBOC)
Bolstered by an exciting, hard-fought 13-10 victory over previously No. 3 ranked James Madison Saturday, the University of Delaware football squad made a big leap in the two national Top 25 polls announced Monday afternoon. (MORE)

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Today’s Local Events:

  • Governor’s Day in Milton
  • VFW Post Candidate’s Forum

Enjoy your day,

Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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