The Morning News for December 8, 2010

by Dave on December 8, 2010

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Milford man arrested for child sexual exploitation and child porn (WGMD)
A 27-year old Milford man has been arrested on charges of sexual exploitation and child pornography. (MORE)

Sussex County Grand Jury issues superseding indictment against former Lewes pediatrician Earl Bradley (WGMD)
The Sussex County Grand Jury has issued an indictment of former Lewes pediatrician Earl Bradley that replaces the February 22nd indictment. (MORE)

Schools enhance digital learning (Delaware Wave)
The recent effort from school districts in coastal Delaware to improve technology has effectively engaged students and enhanced the learning environment. (MORE)

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Cape school budget revenues increase (Cape Gazette)
Cape Henlopen School District’s final budget for fiscal year 2011 shows a $5 million increase in revenue over preliminary budget figures. (MORE)

Shoppers look for a little green under the tree (Delaware Wave)
In the wake of several high-profile “toxic toy” scares in recent years, shoppers are looking for a little green to put under the tree. (MORE)

Sussex County Councilwoman Joan Deaver proud of Delaware’s tax climate (WGMD)
Sussex County Councilwoman Joan Deaver is proud of Delaware because of the state’s tax climate. (MORE)

A man on a mission (Delaware Wave)
During the holiday season, Ed Speraw spends much of his free time transporting food to those in need. (MORE)

Rehoboth Beach Gets $500,000 for Energy Efficiency (WBOC)
The Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control has given a $500,000 grant to Rehoboth Beach to improve energy efficiency in four municipal buildings. (MORE)

Bethany Beach massage center operator sentenced for tax fraud (WGMD)
A Bethany Beach massage center operator has been sentenced to 27 months in prison for tax fraud. (MORE)

Two-year study looks at Inland Bays’ clam population (Delaware Wave)
For the first time in 25 years, environmental officials have mobilized to study the clam population in the Inland Bays. (MORE)

Food Bank Plans to Expand Milford Facility (WBOC)
The Food Bank of Delaware has begun a $3.2 million fundraising effort to double the size of its Milford center. (MORE)

Unlikely chef now integral to Dos Locos (Delaware Wave)
When Jose Caldirn walked through the door for his first day of work 10 years ago, Dos Locos Stonegrill owner Joe Zuber had no idea he would become an integral part of the business. (MORE)

Touch of Italy brings new flavor sensations to Lewes (Cape Gazette)
Its opening has been long awaited in Lewes, and now the wait is over. (MORE)

Marathon expected to draw 1,300 runners (Delaware Wave)
Back for a third year, the Rehoboth Beach Running Club Rehoboth Beach Seashore Marathon and Half Marathon will take over 26.2 miles of Rehoboth Beach, Lewes and Cape Henlopen State Park. (MORE)

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Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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