The Morning News for December 3, 2010

by Dave on December 3, 2010

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Bottle Deposit Program Ends in Delaware (WBOC)
Delaware’s 5-cent bottle deposit refund is now history. You can longer get a refund by taking your empty bottles to the liquor store. (MORE)

DNREC outlines disposal alternatives in light of yard waste ban (Dover Post)
Beginning Jan. 1, yard waste will be banned from disposal in Delaware Solid Waste Authority’s (DSWA) Kent and Sussex landfills near Sandtown and Georgetown. (MORE)

Road signs warn that Delaware cell phone handset ban is approaching (Newark Post)
An electronic road sign at the Delaware state line on Route 40 in Glasgow this week warned  motorists Wednesday that a new law will take effect in the First State on Jan. 2. The law makes it illegal to talk or text on a hand-held electronic device while driving. (MORE)

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‘Coach B’ receives 2010 Governor’s Outstanding Volunteer Award (Cape Gazette)
When Warren Beideman Jr., or “Coach B” as he is affectionately known, moved to Sussex County, he brought his love of soccer with him. (MORE)

Casino moratorium could return (Coastal Point)
Sussex County Council voted on Tuesday to re-introduce a county-wide moratorium on casinos. (MORE)

100 Christmas in one Milford home just isn’t enough (Delaware Online Video)
The owners of a Milford home celebrate Christmas in a big way – with more than 120 Christmas trees throughout the house. (MORE)

Selbyville Christmas Parade set for Dec. 3 (Cape Gazette)
The Bethany-Fenwick Area Chamber of Commerce will celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Selbyville Christmas Parade on Friday, Dec. 3. (MORE)

Heartfelt homage to hard-rock heroes (Delmarva Now)
Jon bought his first KISS record at age six. Doug first picked up a guitar because of Ace Frehley’s licks. Roger was a devotee of KISS comics as a kid, and Skip’s seen them live 23 times. (MORE)

Sussex Tech names top staff members of the month (Cape Gazette)
Three members of the Read-Write Intervention Program have collectively been selected as Sussex Technical High School’s staff members of the month for September, 2010. (MORE)

South Bethany looks at rental tax compliance (Coastal Point)
South Bethany may be looking to get a little tougher on rental taxation and licensing. (MORE)

Discover an oasis from holiday shopping (Cape Gazette)
From the Pacific to the Himalayas to the Middle East, Rehoboth’s newest beauty boutique offers therapy from all corners of the world. (MORE)

Millville town garage, pavilion discussed by council members (Coastal Point)
With the expansion of Millville’s town hall scheduled to be completed on Feb. 12, 2011, Mayor Don Minyon and the council at their workshop on Tuesday, Nov. 30, discussed the possible disposition of the freestanding garage. (MORE)

The Jean & Joan Fund golf tournament raises $28,000 for Tunnell Cancer Center (Cape Gazette)
The Jean & Joan Fund committee will donate more than $28,000 to Tunnell Cancer Center from the proceeds of its 11th Annual Golf Tournament held in October at Kings Creek. (MORE)

Delaware State fires Lavan after third straight losing season (Newark Post)
Delaware State University athletic director Derek Carter announced today that head football coach Al Lavan has been fired and defensive coordinator Rayford Petty has been named interim head coach. (MORE)

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Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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