The Morning News for March 30, 2011

by Dave on March 30, 2011

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Lewes weighs natural gas pipeline (Cape Gazette)
Natural gas is finally coming to the Cape Region and possibly to Lewes. (MORE)

Sussex Judge Scolds Police Over Video Evidence (WBOC)
A Sussex County judge delivered harsh criticism to police for deliberately destroying video evidence that may have favored defendants in court. (MORE)

Fenwick submerged by huge storm [History] (Delaware Wave)
The storm that submerged Fenwick Island, the Delaware Coast Press noted, was a “disaster without any forewarning.” On March 6, 1962, a high-pressure system over Canada prevented two merging low-pressure systems that had formed on the Atlantic coast from moving northward, and the result was a stalled nor’easter that sat off the Delaware resort for two days. (MORE)

Fenwick to discuss guidelines for vendors (Delmarva Now)
After several outdoor vendors requested permission to operate in Fenwick Island, officials are now taking steps to amend the town code. (MORE)

Rate Hikes for Cape May-Lewes Ferry (WBOC)
The cost for car passengers to ride on the Cape May-Lewes Ferry is going up. Starting Friday it will cost an extra $2 to ride the ferry. (MORE)

Council may bring back auction houses (Delaware Wave)
Officials took the first steps to possibly bringing auction houses back to town after nearly a decade. (MORE)

Home improvement scams not unusual, according to police (Delmarva Now)
After an 89-year-old Rehoboth Beach woman was bilked out of nearly $190,000, law enforcement agencies are advising residents to be cautious. (MORE)

 

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Enjoy your day,
Dave Burris
Coastal Sussex Morning News

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