The Morning News for June 22, 2010

by Dave on June 22, 2010

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The Morning News for Tuesday, June 22, 2010:

Delaware Police Make Arrests after Teens Allegedly Found With Alcohol, Marijuana (MyFOXDC)

Dewey Beach Police made several traffic stops over the last week that led to arrests. According to police spokesman Sgt. Clifford Dempsey, the first occurred at 12:45 a.m. on Tuesday, June 15, when police pulled over three Pennsylvania teens in a vehicle traveling along Coastal Highway. (MORE)

Several people with Jet Ski related injuries (WGMD)

A father and his 7-year old daughter have been injured in a jet-ski accident. It happened just before 2 pm yesterday in the Rehoboth Bay. Both were taken to the hospital, but the injuries are not reported to be life threatening. (MORE)

Public hearings on continued dredging to be held in July (News Journal)

Environmental requirements for continued dredging of the Delaware River’s main shipping channel will go to public hearings on July 13 and 14 in Dover, state officials announced today. (MORE)

Neighbors Raise Stakes on New Jersey (Wall St. Journal)

With the chips down for Atlantic City’s recession-scarred gambling industry, New Jersey’s neighbors are raising the stakes higher than ever by bolstering their casino operations. Table games such as blackjack, poker and roulette will be introduced in Pennsylvania next month, putting the state’s casinos on par with those in New Jersey. Delaware turned up the heat on Atlantic City, adding table games last month. (MORE)

The answer, they say, is blowing in the wind (International Business Times)

While U.S. lawmakers discuss alternative energy sources, states along the nation’s East Coast are racing for the honor, and the benefits, of being the first to place windmills in the water. (MORE)

Keeping Tabs On Nitrogen (Delaware Online)

In a field west of Georgetown, Greg Binford stoops down to check the leaves of a corn plant for signs of nutrient deficiencies. (MORE)

JFC tabs extra revenue for job growth (News Journal)

When the Joint Finance Committee closed the books on the 2011 budget late Friday night, it left $31 million to add to the state’s annual bond bill. (MORE)

Fenwick Island filing deadline approaches (

The filing deadline is approaching for three soon-to-be vacant seats on the Fenwick Island Town Council. (MORE)

Smart-phone growth may crimp water research (News Journal)

With a few clicks, Matt Oliver can pull up a satellite map on his computer screen in Lewes and zoom in on the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. (MORE)

Buddy Holly tribute band to perform June 22 at Rehoboth Theatre of the Arts (Cape Gazette)

OH BOY! A Tribute to Buddy Holly will be appearing at 8 p.m., Tuesday, June 22, at the Rehoboth Beach Theatre of the Arts at 20 Baltimore Ave. in Rehoboth Beach. (MORE)

ROUTE 26: Public workshop announced for alternate routes project (

The Delaware Department of Transportation will hold a public hearing workshop for the Route 26 Alternate Routes project on June 28 from 4 to 7 p.m. at Town Hall, located at 11 Clubhouse Road. (MORE)



Enjoy your day,

Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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