The Morning News for November 26, 2010

by Dave on November 26, 2010

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Delaware Guard members back in arms of loved ones (Delaware Online)
When 8-month-old Macie Emerson went to sleep, she would listen to the voice of her daddy, who recorded himself reading a book for her. (MORE)

10-Mile Backup Halts Traffic On I-95 In Md., Del. (WJZ 13)
Travelers who decided to wait for the day of Thanksgiving to hit the road may be second guessing their decision. (MORE)

Food Bank of DE in Milford feeds 300 families (WGMD)
Nearly 300 homes will be having Thanksgiving dinner today thanks to the Food Bank of Delaware. (MORE)

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Rehoboth Irish Eyes Pub and Restaurant for sale (Delmarva Now)
After a difficult financial year, the owners of the Irish Eyes Pub and Restaurant have put their Rehoboth Avenue location up for sale. (MORE)

Volunteering can be thanks enough (Delaware Online)
When Ikia Wade picked up two 50-pound boxes of food to make Thanksgiving dinner for her family of nine, volunteer Pat Clarke smiled. (MORE)

Delaware among states eyeing unclaimed property (BusinessWeek)
Facing slow economic recovery and the loss of federal stimulus funds used to fill budget gaps, Delaware officials are fighting to defend a key source of revenue: abandoned property. (MORE)

Lewes man arrested for October bomb threat in Rehoboth (WGMD)
State Police have made an arrest in a bomb threat that shut down the Rite Aid Pharmacy and one end of the Rehoboth Mall building for several hours on October 30th. (MORE)

Black Friday frenzy is back (Delaware Online)
Maybe they should start calling it “Black November.” (MORE)

This Thanksgiving, feast without a fuss (Delmarva Now)
Thanksgiving is still about family, football and food, but restaurant managers say more Americans are opting to enjoy their holiday meal at their favorite restaurant rather than in their own dining rooms. (MORE)

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Today’s Local Events:

  • Rehoboth Beach Tree Lighting & Singalong
  • Southeastern Delaware Artists’ Studio Tour

Enjoy your day,

Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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