The Morning News for November 19, 2010

by Dave on November 19, 2010

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Discovery Hopes Series on Beer Has the Hops (ABC)
The star of Discovery Channel’s new series “Brew Masters” says people in his craft beer industry are “proudly promiscuous.” (MORE)

Judge tosses out Del.’s opposition to Delaware dredging (Philly.com)
It’s a go for deepening 102 miles of the Delaware River navigation channel an additional five feet to allow for bigger ships and commerce, a Delaware judge ruled today. (MORE)

OV starting new volunteer program (Coastal Point)
At their meeting on Nov. 16, the Ocean View Town Council formed a committee to look into creating a new Volunteers in Police Service (VIPS) group, after an independent study conducted by the International Association of Chiefs of Police recommended the town create such a group. (MORE)

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Suspect Identified In Attempted Murder (WMDT)
Delaware State Police have identified a second suspect allegedly behind an attempted murder in Millsboro. (MORE)

Local magician, wife stranded aboard Splendor (Coastal Point)
Magician Rich Bloch and his wife, Susan – owners of Dickens Parlour Theatre in Millville – were among those stuck aboard the Carnival Splendor, the cruise ship that became stranded this week off the coast of Mexico after an engine-room fire on Nov. 8. (MORE)

Rehoboth seeks funds for bicycle plan (Cape Gazette)
Rehoboth Beach officials are seeking state help to develop a pedestrian and bicycle master plan and replace the Rehoboth Avenue streetlights with energy-efficient lighting. (MORE)

Del. police search for suspect in hotel robbery (Delmarva Now)
Delaware authorities are in search of a Lewes woman wanted in connection with the robbery of the Best Western on Lebanon Road in Dover. (MORE)

Grant getting Bennett peachy keen on blueberries (Coastal Point)
Perhaps best known for his family’s peach business – Bennett Orchards, near Frankford – Hail Bennett, a recent graduate of Clemson University in South Carolina, will be stepping out with a new kind of fruit project in the coming months: blueberries. (MORE)

Easter Seals helps Rehoboth man find career at law office (Cape Gazette)
Sumner Spence of Rehoboth Beach works as a file clerk for a law firm. (MORE)

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Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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