The Morning News for December 7, 2010

by Dave on December 7, 2010

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Cyber bullying ‘a 24/7 issue’ (Delmarva Now)
As cyber bullying makes national headlines, area school districts are taking steps to prevent intimidation and harassment among students. (MORE)

Milford man arrested for stealing brass fittings (Delaware Wave)
A 43-year-old Milford man was charged after he allegedly stole brass fittings from the Town of Milton. (MORE)

Cramped food bank plans to expand its Milford facility (Delaware Online)
Volunteers bundled in coats and sweatshirts plucked cans of chili, vegetables and tuna fish off the food bank shelves, crammed into narrow walkways beside pallets of corn flakes, meatballs, potatoes and syrup. (MORE)

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UDel Seeks Wind Power Testing Site (My FOX DC)
The University of Delaware is looking for a site to test offshore wind power turbines. (MORE)

Delaware budget could gain from expiration of tax cuts (Delaware Online)
If the lame-duck Congress fails to extend Bush-era tax cuts before Dec. 31, taxpayers’ pain could be Delaware’s gain. (MORE)

Proud Bookstore to welcome five authors Dec. 11 (Cape Gazette)
There will be a five-author book signing event from 3 to 5 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 11, at Proud Bookstore on Baltimore Avenue in Rehoboth Beach. (MORE)

Michelob Ultra Runners get in gear for local marathon (Cape Gazette)
The Michelob Ultra Runners are a St. Louis, Mo.-based group of runners that will be competing in the 2010 Seashore Marathon in Rehoboth Saturday, Dec. 11. (MORE)

Former Bethany council members may get parking permits (Delmarva Now)
After complaints about an inadequate number of parking spaces led town officials to limit the availability of permits last summer, they are now considering a proposal that could result in the distribution of more passes. (MORE)

New Year’s Day plunge to help local charities (Cape Gazette)
The Bethany-Fenwick Area Chamber of Commerce recently announced PNC Bank as this year’s presenting sponsor for the 15th Annual Leo Brady’s Exercise Like The Eskimos plunge on New Year’s Day. (MORE)

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Enjoy your day,

Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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