The Morning News for November 12, 2010

by Dave on November 12, 2010

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The Morning News for November 12, 2010:

Lewes scenic byway focus group gets on the road (Cape Gazette)
The first meeting of Lewes’s scenic and historic byways focus group has begun discussing preserving historic vistas and improving safety on New Road. (MORE)

Christine O’Donnell’s campaign finances scrutinized (Delaware Online)
Christine O’Donnell pledged to keep fighting after losing her Senate bid. She may make good on that pledge, but not exactly as she planned. (MORE)

County council talks sewer districts (Coastal Point)
Sussex County Council held a public hearing and adopted resolutions amending the annual operating budget for this year and establishing annual service charges and assessment rates for transmission and/or treatment for Johnson’s Corner and the Woodlands of Millsboro Sanitary Sewer Districts. (MORE)

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Debut of “Mayor Cupcake” at Rehoboth Film Festival (WGMD)
The locally-directed movie, filmed at Jimmy’s Grille in Bridgeville–“Mayor Cupcake” is the reason one man from New Mexico was at Midway Theatre last night. (MORE)

Ode to Chunkin — song returns for anniversary (Delmarva Now)
Those who think three days of Punkin Chunkin isn’t enough can be reminded of the event all year long by listening to the “Punkin Chunkin Song.” (MORE)

DNREC continues work on Burton’s Island restoration (Coastal Point)
During the Center for the Inland Bays’ Scientific & Technical Advisory Committee Meeting last week, Greg DeCowsky of the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control (DNREC) spoke on the Burton Island clean-up project. (MORE)

Local Realtor attributes family peace to Delaware Hospice (Cape Gazette)
Pat Campbell-White, a Sussex County Realtor for 37 years, has become a strong advocate of hospice care through experience. (MORE)

Local writer present Battle of Gettysburg in two-part series (Coastal Point)
Most people think of the Gettysburg Battle as a three-day event, but Tom Ryan is taking audiences behind the scenes of the extensive two-month campaign in his lectures at the South Coastal Library. (MORE)   National Top Stories

Today’s Local Events:

  • FridayRehoboth Beach Independent Film Festival
  • SaturdayRehoboth Beach Independent Film Festival

    Student Recitals

    MOSAIC: Second Saturday Art Walk

    Coastal Concerts Music Series

  • SundayRehoboth Beach Independent Film Festival

Enjoy your day,

Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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