The Morning News for February 28, 2011

by Dave on February 28, 2011

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The Morning News for February 28, 2011:

Dewey Beach council approves Ruddertowne (Delaware Online)
More than four years of sometimes bitter debate over proposed plans for redeveloping the Ruddertowne beachside entertainment complex came to a close Saturday, when Town Council voted 4-1 on a resolution allowing Dewey Beach Enterprises to build a new facility and preserve only its landmark lighthouse. (MORE)

At the edge of the edge of the United States (London Telegraph)
I was playing last night in Lewes, Delaware, at the eastern edge of the United States of America. (MORE)

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Items expected and unexpected found in Coastal Cleanup (Delaware Online)
Delaware’s Coastal Cleanup volunteers collected almost 6.5 tons of trash from 41 sites along more than 80 miles of Delaware’s waterways in 2010. (MORE)

State Police investigate 4 robberies in 2 hours in Rehoboth-Lewes area (WGMD)
State Police are still investigating but tell WGMD the first incident was in the Super G parking lot at about 7:20 when a 70 year old woman was getting a shopping cart when a man apparently loitering grabbed her purse and ran. (MORE)

Delaware nonprofit groups struggling to recover from recession (Delaware Online)
In an economic crisis with downsizing and high unemployment, Brian Cunningham of Pike Creek got his dream job. (MORE)

Nate Damm – starts cross country trail walk at Cape Henlopen State Park (WGMD)
He lives in Maine – but Nate Damm is walking across America.  He’s starting his journey right here in Delaware as he walks the American Discovery Trail. (MORE)

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Enjoy your day,
Dave Burris
Coastal Sussex Morning News

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