The Morning News for April 14, 2011

by Dave on April 14, 2011

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Class Action Status Granted by DE Judge in Earl Bradley Case (WGMD)
Delaware Superior Court Judge Joseph Slights III has given class action certification to dozens of civil lawsuits filed against former Lewes pediatrician Earl Bradley who’s accused of molesting possibly hundreds of young patients. (MORE)

Delaware Judge Allows Use of Videos in Bradley Case (WBOC)
A judge has ruled that graphic video evidence of accused pedophile pediatrician Earl Bradley can be used during his trial. (MORE)

Scorpion Sting, Rehoboth Beach’s latest ice “scream” (Second Helpings)
When Chip Hearn starts dreaming up zany ice cream flavors, he knows that some of his loony ideas will get people to run toward (or, quite possiby, far, far away from) his family business The Ice Cream Store at Rehoboth Avenue and the Rehoboth Beach boardwalk. (MORE)

Italian delegates from Greve to visit Rehoboth (Coast Press)
City officials are planning to celebrate the day they established a sister city in Greve, Italy. (MORE)

Gov. Markell signs bill to help schools hire teachers sooner (DFM Media)
Governor Jack Markell (D-Delaware) says he’s heard for some time about the “September 30th problem”– that is, how funding uncertainty over the summer has led Delaware public schools to hire teachers later than other states. (MORE)

Delaware lawmakers seek to make pollution cost-free (Delaware Online)
A group of lawmakers want to remove Delaware from a regional cap-and-trade system intended to combat climate change that brought Delaware $7.4 million last year, most of which went to energy-saving upgrades to businesses and homes. (MORE)

Senate bill would bring vo-techs under single administration (Dover Post)
Delaware’s vo-tech schools could be in for a big change over the next two years, but it’s not necessarily the kind of change the other Sussex districts were hoping to see. (MORE)

Delaware House passes bill to provide mental health records of gun buyers (Newsworks)
A bill passed yesterday by the Delaware House of Representatives would provide mental health records to a national database in an effort to prevent those with severe mental illnesses from purchasing guns. (MORE)

Southern Delaware Hotels Combat Rising Gas Prices with Money-Saving Travel Options (BenZinga)
With gas prices on the rise, travelers are re-evaluating their spring and summer travel plans to find budget-friendly destinations that offer the biggest bang for their buck. (MORE)


Enjoy your day,
Dave Burris
Coastal Sussex Morning News

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