The Morning News for December 15, 2010

by Dave on December 15, 2010

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Population shift alters political landscape (Delaware Online)
Eastern Sussex County and parts of Kent County addedtens of thousands of residents over the past decade and will likely gain legislators when the General Assembly redraws its boundaries next year, new population estimates show. (MORE)

Cape to Tech: Return to original mission (Cape Gazette)
The Cape Henlopen school board approved a resolution calling on Sussex Technical School District to eliminate admissions criteria beyond what regular public schools require for entrance into the ninth grade. (MORE)

Help yourself, others save money and stay warm (Delaware Wave)
Nighttime temperatures have begun to drop into the teens, and many residents’ knee-jerk reaction is to crank up the thermostat, but Delmarva Power and other officials say there are more energy-efficient ways to stay warm while saving money. (MORE)

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DeLuca survives leadership challenge (Delaware Online)
State Sen. Anthony DeLuca barely survived a challenge for his job Tuesday as the Delaware Senate’s president pro tem, fighting off allegations from members of his own Democratic caucus of misusing taxpayer funds and running a “dictatorship.” (MORE)

Dewey Beach eyes 45-foot Ruddertowne (Cape Gazette)
Three years of litigation and five pending lawsuits would end under a proposal unveiled Saturday, Dec. 11, in Dewey Beach. (MORE)

Fire destroys Cedar Creek Bait & Tackle Shop (Delaware Online)
Fire destroyed the Cedar Creek Bait & Tackle Shop near Slaughter Beach, officials reported today. (MORE)

DE Division of Public Health warning about scam (WGMD)
The Rehoboth-Dewey chamber of Commerce wants you to know about a scam they have been told about by the Delaware Restaurant Association. The alert comes from the Delaware Division of Public Health. (MORE)

BrowseAbout Books owner honored (WGMD)
Steve Crane, owner of BrowseAbout Books in downtown Rehoboth Beach, has been honored as Rehoboth Beach Main Street’s “Citizen of the Year.” (MORE)

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Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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