The Morning News for March 29, 2011

by Dave on March 29, 2011

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Maryland, Delaware AGs Ask Google, Apple to Pull DUI Apps (DigitalMediaWire)
The state attorneys general from Maryland and Delaware on Monday called on technology giants Google (NASD: GOOG) and Apple (NASD: AAPL) to ban smartphone apps that help users avoid drunk-driving checkpoints. (MORE)

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Cape May-Lewes Ferry adding fuel surcharge for vehicles (Delaware Online)
Rising fuel costs will trigger a $2 per vehicle surcharge on the Cape May-Lewes Ferry beginning Friday. (MORE)

Man Dies From Injuries Suffered in Del. Accident (WBOC)
Delaware State Police say a 50-year-old Bethany Beach man has died from injuries sustained in a single-vehicle crash that occurred early Sunday evening near Milton. (MORE)

Roadway approach work begins for Indian River Inlet Bridge (Dover Post)
The Delaware Department of Transportation announces that Dover-based contractor George & Lynch, Inc. begin work March 28 on the roadway approach and bridge demolition contract for the Indian River Inlet Bridge.  (MORE)

Suspect sought by Milton and Milford police (Cape Gazette)
Police are asking the public for assistance in locating a suspect wanted in connection with a pair of recent incidents. (MORE)

Cape Henlopen to install another stadium on school grounds (Delmarva Now)
After receiving a second turf field just prior to the 2010-11 school year, the Cape Henlopen School District will install additional amenities to create another stadium on school grounds. (MORE)

Oak Orchard bones under study at Smithsonian (Cape Gazette)
Bones found along the shore of the Indian River could help reveal what life was like 300 years ago in the Cape Region. (MORE)

Delawareans can get answers about the state’s new universal recycling law this week (Newsworks)
Preparations are underway in Delaware to implement the first phases of a new universal recycling law.  Two additional public meetings are taking place this week for Delawareans who have questions about the requirements. (MORE)

Upgrades planned for Del. state park trail (Delmarva Now)
Preliminary plans for upgrades to the Thompson Island Trail in Delaware Seashore State Park have been presented, with officials hoping to make the area safer and more accessible. (MORE)

Volunteer opportunities available at beaches and natural areas (Newsworks)
If you are interested in volunteer opportunities while enjoying the great outdoors, the Delaware Division of Fish and Wildlife may have what you’re looking for. (MORE)

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Enjoy your day,
Dave Burris
Coastal Sussex Morning News

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