The Morning News for May 9, 2011

by Dave on May 9, 2011

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DelDOT will pay developers until bypass plan is settled (Delaware Online)
The state transportation department says it is legally locked into paying two wealthy housing developers in Sussex County a total of $60,000 a month to reserve land in the path of a proposed eastern bypass of U.S. 113 — even though planning for the massive highway project south of Milford has been suspended, and legislators have agreed they will not support its construction. (MORE)

Five Guys to close 3 stores (Delmarva Now)
The management of Five Guys has confirmed the three eastern Sussex County locations of the popular burger restaurant will close. (MORE)

Courtyard Series homes with an outdoor living space are being offered for the first time in our area, and you’ll want to be among the first to tour this unique design.  At Schell Brothers, we just completed our first Courtyard Series model at The Villages at Herring Creek and we’ll be launching the full series in the next few weeks.  People love this series because it’s based on extensive research about what Boomers are looking for in a home.  The courtyard area provides a usable, private, and comfortable outdoor living space – accessible to the main living area and master bedroom suite – that “lives” like another room of the house.  For example, the Mulberry at The Villages at Herring Creek has three “outdoor rooms”:  a dining area, a sunbathing/lounge area, and an outdoor living area that includes sofas and chairs with a fireplace.  Come on out to The Villages at Herring Creek and tour this unique Courtyard design for yourself.

Earl B. Bradley wants trial by judge (Delaware Online)
Earl B. Bradley, the former Lewes pediatrician charged with sexually abusing more than 100 patients, is set to appear in New Castle County Court on Monday, apparently to waive his right to a jury trial. (MORE)

Rehoboth Police investigating residential burglary (WGMD)
Police in Rehoboth Beach are investigating a residential burglary that occurred sometime between Tuesday and Thursday of this week on Scarborough Avenue, Extended. (MORE)

Once-thriving Delaware WWII base gets a second life (Delaware Online)
After years of volunteering at Fort Miles to restore Battery 519, Dr. Gary Wray is still amazed that a 420-foot concrete bunker was built inside one of the nation’s largest sand dunes. (MORE)

Delaware Gay Unions Signing Ceremony To Take Place Wednesday (OnTop Magazine)
Delaware Governor Jack Markell will sign a civil unions bill into law on Wednesday, May 11. The law gives gay and lesbian couples most of the legal protections of marriage. (MORE)

Jack Lewis mural has new home in Lewes (Cape Gazette)
A mural of Southern Delaware beach scenes painted 40 years ago by Delaware artist Jack Lewis now has a home in the Lewes Public Library’s Children’s Wing. (MORE)

Wash. woman rides horse across US for cancer (Seattle Post-Intelligencer)
Lines between species are blurred for Tracy Delp, who’s been talking to animals for almost as long as she can remember. (MORE)

Native Plant Sale to benefit Inland Bays May 14 (Cape Gazette)
Visitors and locals can find plenty of butterfly-luring plants at the 7th Annual Gardening for the Bays Native Plant Sale from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Saturday, May 14, at the James Farm Ecological Preserve in Ocean View, sponsored by the Delaware Center for the Inland Bays. (MORE)

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Enjoy Your Day,
Dave Burris
Coastal Sussex Morning News

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