The Morning News for October 21, 2010

by Dave on October 21, 2010

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This week’s COASTAL SUSSEX WEEKLY magazine (Coastal Sussex)
A great issue for you this week: Fay Jacobs goes flying with Angels; Pam George tells you how to eat great for less at the beach; Carrie Daniel gets ‘real’ at the Rudder’s reality show tryouts; and Michael Short visits an alternate reality at the Coons-O’Donnell debate. (Click here to read the issue on your screen) OR (Click here for a printable PDF version). **Available after 8:30am**

O’Donnell, Coons spar in Rehoboth forum (Coastal Sussex)
A candidate forum on Wednesday afternoon drew a variety of local and statewide candidates, but it was Senate candidate Christine O’Donnell that drew the most attention. (MORE)

Millsboro Man Among Two Arrested In Undercover Child Predator Sting (Coastal Sussex)
Attorney General Beau Biden and law enforcement officers announced today that a Child Predator Task Force undercover investigation has resulted in the arrest of two suspects on child exploitation charges. (MORE)

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No clear trend in Delaware’s regional economy (News Journal)
The regional economy bumped along listlessly from September through early October, showing no conclusive evidence of improvement or decline, the Philadelphia Fed reported Wednesday. (MORE)

Study Finds 30 Pct. Drop in Teen Crashes in Del. (WBOC)
A new study has found that crashes involving 16-year-olds in Delaware have dropped 30 percent since the graduated driver’s license law took effect in 1999. (MORE)

Lewes seminars will focus on climate change (Coast Press)
The Delaware Sea Grant, together with the city and an international sustainability organization, will host two public seminars this week to discuss the impacts of climate change on the region. (MORE)

Sussex man pleads guilty to second-degree rape (News Journal)
A 41-year-old Millsboro man plead guilty to second-degree rape and sexual assault in Georgetown on Monday. (MORE)

Lewes Scenic Byway corridor management planning under way (Cape Gazette)
The Lewes Scenic and Historic Byway Ad-Hoc Committee has commenced work on a Corridor Management Plan for the network of area roads that comprise the Lewes Scenic and Historic Byway. (MORE)

Halloween trail more fun than scary, organizers say (Coast Press)
This Halloween, all of your children’s favorite characters can be found in one place at the 22nd annual Children’s Fantasy Trail. (MORE)

Rehoboth Beach Library welcomes new staff members (Cape Gazette)
The Rehoboth Beach Public Library recently welcomed new staff Youth Services Department: full-time librarian Leslie Glenn and part-time assistant Kelby Jefferson. (MORE)

Delaware Among Top 5 Searched States For Boomer Retirees (PRWeb)
While North and South Carolina are the most searched states of interest on LiveSouth.com (a retiree and relocation resource), by visitors, a surprising addition has made it into the top 5: Delaware. (MORE)

Tennis Magazine: Sea Colony Among Top 50 Tennis Resorts in the U.S. (PRWeb)
Tennis Magazine ranks Bethany Beach, Delaware’s Sea Colony – “The Premier Family Beach & Tennis Resort Community” – among its “Top 50 Tennis Resorts in the U.S.,” including No. 3 for the budget conscious. (MORE)

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Today’s Local Events:

  • MDA Spooktacular Tweetup @ Dogfish Head Brewpub

Enjoy your day,

Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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