The Morning News for November 30, 2010

by Dave on November 30, 2010

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Talks of guard service in unincorporated Sussex County begin (Delaware Wave)
As the Delaware beaches become more popular, lifeguard coverage in unincorporated Sussex County is becoming a topic of concern. (MORE)

Cape board debates necessity of homework policy (Cape Gazette)
Homework. Students hate it, parents hate it, and now the Cape Henlopen school board can’t decide if it should tell teachers how to assign it. (MORE)

Offseason Beach Rentals (WMDT)
Even though the temperature has dropped, Delaware beaches are still attracting tourists. (MORE)

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From Dewey to Hollywood (Pulp Culture)
Alex Pires is pretty well known around here. (MORE)

Casinos’ revenues ahead of state’s projections (Delaware Online)
Delaware’s three racetrack casinos appear to have withstood the initial onslaught of competition from Pennsylvania and Maryland, as revenues for fiscal 2011 are on pace to eclipse budget estimates. (MORE)

Delaware Volunteer Firefighters Association focused on fire safety for holidays (WGMD)
Christmas trees account for hundreds of fires annually, according to the U.S. Fire Administration. (MORE)

Christmas in Lewes to feature house tour (Cape Gazette)
One of Lewes’s most beloved holiday traditions – the Christmas Tour of Lewes benefiting The Lewes Historical Society – is set for 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday Dec. 4. (MORE)

Tickets available for Caribbean Christmas (Delaware Wave)
Tickets are still available for the Quiet Resorts Charitable Foundation’s Caribbean Christmas fundraiser, which will take place Dec. 4 at 7 p.m. at Mango’s at the Boardwalk and Garfield Parkway. (MORE)

Olive oil, wine-tasting dinners set for early December at Hobos (Cape Gazette)
Executive Chef Gretchen Hanson of Hobos Restaurant and Bar will be joined by olive oil expert Bill Sanders of Crush and Press in hosting an olive oil and wine-tasting dinners. (MORE)

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Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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