The Morning News for December 30, 2010

by Dave on December 30, 2010

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AP: Feds probe Senate candidate Christine O’Donnell’s finances (USA Today)
The Associated Press, quoting a “person with knowledge of investigation,” reports from Baltimore that federal authorities are probing the finances of failed Senate Republican candidate Christine O’Donnell of Delaware to determine if she broke the law by using campaign money to pay personal expenses. (MORE)

Through snow, ice, no emergency call goes unanswered (Delmarva Now)
With harsh winter weather comes increased difficulty for maneuvering emergency response units. (MORE)

Soldiers return home from 10-month tour in Afghanistan (Middletown Transcript)
Inside Middletown Memorial Hall Dec. 28, young children waved flags as several members of the Delaware Army National Guard, veterans organizations and local residents stood anxiously awaiting the arrival of a few honored guests. (MORE)

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Looking back at an eventful 2010 (Coast Press)
Pediatrician Earl Bradley was arrested last December for alleged sexual assault on more than 100 children who attended his BayBees clinic. (MORE)

Challenge Day improves school climate (Cape Gazette)
The day begins with music, beach balls and giving each other compliments. Think of saying, “Hey, you’re awesome,” to 10 random people. Soon Challenge Day turns serious, and before it’s over there will be lots of tears and lots of hugs. (MORE)

Lewes library director steps down (Coast Press)
When Chrys Dudbridge moved to the city in 1999, she never expected to become director of the Lewes Public Library, but a volunteer opportunity led to 10 years of dedicated service. (MORE)

James, Mack debut Christmas music video (Cape Gazette)
Doug James, a Rehoboth Beach singer and songwriter, is tapping into the zeitgeist for his new song, “Christmas Isn’t Presents,” which explores the true meaning behind the holiday. (MORE)

Clear Space offers dinner and dancing in Rehoboth Beach (Coast Press)
Put on your dancing shoes and ring in the new year with Clear Space Productions. (MORE)

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Enjoy your day,

Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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