The Morning News for October 11, 2010

by Dave on October 11, 2010

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Dewey meeting a quiet affair; town tackles variety of topics (Coastal Sussex)
Dewey Beach tackled a multitude of issues at the town’s Oct. 9 commissioner’s meeting, many of them routine procedural matters. (MORE)

Bayard Avenue flood project on track (Delmarva Now)
Dewey Beach will receive contractors’ bids on Oct. 22 for the Bayard Avenue flood remediation project, according to the chairman of the town’s infrastructure committee. (MORE)

HAMELS SWEEPS UP: Shutout moves Phils closer to World Series (Delaware Online)
It was only fitting that the Phillies celebrated their 10th clinching victory over the last four seasons on 10/10/10. (MORE)

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From middle-class New Jersey, moral activist Christine O’Donnell knew ‘God was calling’ (News Journal)
When the energy and conservative fervor of the tea party swept into Delaware this year, it found a natural in Christine O’Donnell. (MORE)

Chris Coons’ journey from divinity school to county executive (News Journal)
Chris Coons entered Amherst College in 1981 from what he would later describe as a “fairly sheltered, privileged and politically conservative” childhood. (MORE)

Contrasts of Carney, Urquhart on display (Delaware Online)
More sharp differences emerged Saturday between Delaware’s major-party congressional candidates — Democrat John Carney and Republican Glen Urquhart — during a candidate forum at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Newark. (MORE)

Public meeting set for Oct. 20 in Georgetown on upcoming Kent/Sussex County yard waste disposal ban and options (Coastal Sussex)
A public meeting has been scheduled on the upcoming yard waste disposal ban at Kent and Sussex County landfills and the options available to homeowners and businesses for managing yard waste on their properties. (MORE)

Greyhounds Reach the Beach take over Dewey (WGMD)
Dewey Beach has gone to the dogs – as Greyhounds Reach the Beach take over the area for the weekend. (MORE)

Play to bring story of Columbus’ voyage to Rehoboth Oct. 12 (Cape Gazette)
Christopher Columbus landed on a small island in the Caribbean Oct. 12, 1492. He will arrive in Rehoboth Beach at 1 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 12, when Family Stages brings the informative production “The Columbus Day Sail” to the Epworth United Methodist Church for a performance. (MORE)

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Enjoy your day,

Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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