The Morning News For April 21, 2011

by Dave on April 21, 2011

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Prosecutors request mental evaluation of Bradley (Delaware Online)
State prosecutors have filed a motion to have Dr. Earl Bradley undergo a mental evaluation. (MORE)

Public invited to IR bridge open house (Delaware Wave)
The public will soon have an opportunity to get an up-close look at the new Indian River Inlet Bridge. (MORE)

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From Wilmington to the beaches, teens face a tough job market this summer (DFM)
With summer still weeks away, 17-year-old Emerson Marine of Wilmington already has filled out lots of summer job applications. She doesn’t want a repeat of last year’s jobless summer. (MORE)

One-lane road to the beach (Delmarva Now)
After years of planning and one aborted attempt, work on the new $150 million Indian River Inlet Bridge began in earnest in fall 2009. (MORE)

Lewes OKs Canalfront Park agreement (Cape Gazette)
An agreement and protocol to ensure coordinated use of the Lewes Canalfront Park has been unanimously approved by Lewes Mayor and City Council. (MORE)

In Rehoboth patio case, officials willing to aid in expungement (Coast Press)
City officials have decided to help expunge the criminal records of three men arrested for patio ordinance violations, but not without a stipulation. (MORE)

State seeks public input on Blue Cross Blue Shield of Delaware merger (Delaware Online)
Delaware’s Insurance Department has scheduled public hearings in all three counties next month on the proposed merger of Blue Cross Blue Shield of Delaware and Pittsburgh-based Highmark Inc. (MORE)

Fixed-route transit protection may be on the way (Coast Press)
After hearing complaints from the owners of the Jolly Trolley, city commissioners may soon draft legislation to protect fixed-route transit companies. (MORE)

Beacon tech teacher wins international honors (Cape Gazette)
When a Department of Education reviewer said Don Schlater was one of the best teachers he’d ever seen, Beacon Middle School Principal Dave Frederick said, “Yeah, that’s about right.” (MORE)

Pirate more pitied than condemned [HISTORY] (Coast Press)
Maj. Stede Bonnet was a veteran of the British army who appeared destined to live a leisurely life on his family’s sugar plantation on the island of Barbados in the West Indies. (MORE)

Charlestonian to walk for wounded veterans (Post & Courier)
A 1993 graduate of Wando High School will walk across America beginning this weekend to raise money for wounded soldiers. He will start Saturday at Cape Henlopen, Del., and hopes to finish at Point Reyes National Seashore in California. (MORE)

Festival takes flight for 43rd year (Delmarva Now)
Kite flyers of all ages are invited to Cape Henlopen State Park this weekend to take part in the 43rd annual Great Delaware Kite Festival. (MORE)

Food Bank of Delaware to hold mobile pantry in Milford on April 30 (Dover Post)
To help struggling families and individuals in Kent and Sussex counties, the Food Bank of Delaware will host a mobile pantry on Saturday, April 30, at the Food Bank of Delaware at 1040 Mattlind Way in Milford starting at 10 a.m. (MORE)

Seal spotted on Bethany shore (Delaware Wave)
Seal season may be wrapping up on the Maryland-Delaware coast, but marine animal experts are staying busy thanks to the cool spring weather. (MORE)

Dave Burris
Coastal Sussex Morning News

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