The Morning News for October 19, 2010

by Dave on October 19, 2010

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Millions For Delaware’s Clean Up Funds (WMDT)
The Federal Emergency Management Agency says Delaware has received more than $7.6 million for the cleanup after two catastrophic snowstorms in February. (MORE)

Return Day volunteers gearing up (Delaware Online)
In one of Delaware’s most brutal election seasons, preparations are under way for the literal, post-vote hatchet burial. (MORE)

Southern Living Names Milton Among “Best Small-Town Getaways” (Southern Living)
Magazine advises visitors to “sample the latest brews at the Dogfish Head Craft Brewery, then top that off with a cone of old-fashioned strawberry sweetness at King’s Homemade Ice Cream Shop.” (MORE)

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DART First State ridership hits all-time record (WGMD)
DART First State’s Resort Transit 2010 season was a phenomenal success evidencing that the public will embrace riding public transit when the service specifically meets their traveling and budget needs. (MORE)

Board upholds Wandendale (Cape Gazette)
The Southern Delaware Sierra Club plans to appeal a state board decision that upheld a Coastal Zone permit for a new sewer treatment plant in the Cape Region. (MORE)

Lewes dock renamed to honor former Lewes Mayor Otis Smith (Cape Gazette)
Longtime businessman and civic leader Otis Smith will long be remembered for many things he did, said Lewes Mayor Jim Ford at the Oct. 2 ceremony to rename the City Dock in Smith’s honor. (MORE)

A skim contest like no other (Delmarva Now)
Skimboarders of all ages and ability are encouraged to dress in costume and participate in the annual Sea Witch Skim Festival, which will be presented by Alley Oop this weekend. (MORE)

Lewes Historical Society Announces Museum Shop Grand Opening (Coastal Sussex)
The Lewes Historical Society welcomes members, friends and area residents to explore our new Museum Gift Shop at Ryves Holt House Visitors Center located at the corner of Second and Mulberry Streets in historic downtown Lewes. (MORE)

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Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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