The Morning News for October 15, 2010

by Dave on October 15, 2010

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CEOE celebrates 40th anniversary (UDaily)
More than 150 alumni and friends of the College of Earth, Ocean, and Environment attended a special reception to recognize the college’s 40th anniversary at Coast Day on Sunday, Oct. 3. (MORE)

Google Wind?: Internet Giant Invests in Regional Wind ‘Backbone’ (Coastal Sussex)
Rehoboth Beach could be the hub of regional wind energy for the future. What began with Bluewater Wind has now been vastly accelerated in scope and potential. (MORE)

Millville considering residency requirements (Coastal Point)
The Millville Town Council will have a full plate at their Tuesday, Oct. 26, council workshop. (MORE)

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Local Film Remembers WWII Heroes (Coastal Sussex)
When former Georgetown resident John Ross woke up on the morning of Dec. 7, 1941, he enjoyed a short stack of pancakes and a hot cup of coffee before casually making his way to the deck of the U.S.S. Selfridge with some buddies. (MORE)

Bethany Beach considers adjustments to parking (Coastal Point)
Having received a complaint from a local business owner about her customers finding the town’s parking meter hours confusing, Bethany Beach Town Council members at their workshop this week considered what they might do to improve the situation. (MORE)

Briggs King and Shade compete for 37th seat (Coastal Sussex)
Incumbent Ruth Briggs Kings is being challenged by Frank Shade for the 37th District Representative seat. (MORE)

Ocean View expands its Board of Adjustments by two (Coastal Point)
The Ocean View Town Council met Oct. 12 and appointed two new members to the Board of Adjustments. (MORE)

Baking Up A Business (Coastal Sussex)
There seems to be little that Steve Kogler won’t try. He’s worked on lobster boats in Ireland, owned a garment manufacturing business in Baltimore and worked at the Cape Gazette. (MORE)

Attorney General’s office joins multistate review of bank foreclosure practices (Coastal Sussex)
Attorney General Beau Biden announced that his office is participating in a coordinated national effort by state Attorneys General and state mortgage regulators to investigate the foreclosure review and verification procedures used by the mortgage servicing industry. (MORE)

First Delaware Trails Summit spotlights recreational trails issues (Coastal Sussex)
DNREC’S Division of Parks and Recreation sponsored the first Delaware Trails Summit today in Rehoboth Beach. (MORE)

Cape sets superintendent search meetings (Coastal Sussex)
The Cape Henlopen School District has set a series of three meetings in November to decide what to look for in a new superintendent. (MORE)

Bethany Blues resurrects Sydney’s Sunday Jazz Festival Jam (Coastal Sussex)
Old and new combine to create a classic Jazz Festival experience at Bethany Blues in Lewes, as Sydney Arzt, an original founder of the Rehoboth Beach Jazz Festival, hosts her first jazz festival weekend in five years. (MORE)

Beebe Medical Foundation Announces Beebe Ball Ticket Sales and Online Auction (Coastal Sussex)
Tickets are selling fast for the Beebe Medical Foundation’s 23rd Annual Beebe Ball, An Evening in Paris, to take place from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. Saturday, November 6, 2010, at the Rehoboth Beach Convention Center in downtown Rehoboth Beach. (MORE)

Upcoming IR Bridge Lane Closure And Inspection Announced (Coastal Sussex)
The Department of Transportation (DelDOT) advises motorists of two activities that will be occurring in the vicinity of the Indian River Inlet Bridge. (MORE)

Parkinson’s Symposium at Cape High on November 6 (Coastal Sussex)
“Your Health,” A Parkinson’s Symposium drawing medical experts from around the Mid-Atlantic Region, will take place from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Saturday, November 6, in the auditorium at Cape Henlopen High School in Lewes. (MORE)

Singer, songwriter Neel to visit Dewey Beach (Beachcomber)
Nationally recognized singer, songwriter, pianist, harpist and recording artist Johnny Neel returns to the Delaware beaches for a doubleheader performance at four different venues on Friday and Sunday in celebration of Jazz Fest. (MORE)

Spay Van to treat feral cats (Cape Gazette)
The economic recession has hit pet owners and animal rescuers, a local vet says. (MORE)

Learning Local With Club Z Tutoring (Coastal Sussex Voices)
I have a confession to make. I’m terrible at math. So terrible, in fact, that I needed a tutor to get me through Algebra II. (MORE)

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Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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