The Morning News for December 31, 2010

by Dave on December 31, 2010

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This Week’s Coastal Sussex Weekly Magazine (Coastal Sussex) Check out this week’s magazine featuring Governor Markell’s ‘Stronger Schools’ Program, Lewes Library’s New Leader, the History of the Nanticoke School, Rehoboth eatery Confucius, and more. (Click here to read the issue on your screen) or (Click here for a printable PDF file.)

Accused Pedophile Pediatrician’s Toys to Be Auctioned (AOL)
Toys and other contents of a Delaware storage unit rented by accused serial child rapist Earl Bradley are scheduled to go on the auction block next month. (MORE)

Christine O’Donnell denies allegation she misused campaign funds in failed Senate bid (LA Times)
Christine O’Donnell, who famously denied that she was a witch, said on Thursday that she was innocent of any financial irregularities connected to her failed campaign for the U.S. Senate. (MORE)

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Delaware unites with other states to clean up Chesapeake Bay (Delaware Online)
A vision of clear water, free from debilitating levels of toxic contaminants, came closer to reality Wednesday with federal approval of a multistate effort to clean up the Chesapeake Bay and its tributary rivers, including Delaware’s Nanticoke River. (MORE)

Delaware Will Resolve Offshore Wind Rate Case Next Month (Offshore Wind Wire)
The Delaware Public Service Commission is set to resolve next month a contentious cost allocation issue over Delmarva Power’s power purchase agreement with NRG-Bluewater Wind’s planned offshore wind farm, the Wilmington News Journal reported today. (MORE)

Southern Delaware Tourism lauds Lewes Historic Trail (Cape Gazette)
Tourism is an integral part of the economy in the Cape Region, but at Southern Delaware Tourism’s annual luncheon, guest speaker Ben Muldrow asked residents to look beyond the tourists. (MORE)

New direction at Cape theater (Delaware Online)
It was the day before showtime. Performers still didn’t know all of their lines and rehearsal was cut short by an hour and a half because of snow. (MORE)

West Rehoboth organizers put stimulus funds to work (Cape Gazette)
The West Rehoboth Community Land Trust has used $130,000 in federal stimulus funds to improve 14 West Rehoboth homes and help train 14 residents in job-related skills. (MORE)

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Enjoy your day,

Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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