The Morning News for June 28, 2010

by Dave on June 28, 2010

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The Morning News for Monday, June 28, 2010:

Dining Out For AIDS (WMDT)

Visitors to the Delaware beaches will have a chance to win some relaxation and support programs for AIDS patients in Sussex County. (MORE)

Ocean City nixes parking meter plans at Del. Line (WTOP)

Ocean City leaders are responding to residents’ complaints by canceling plans to install parking meters at Ocean City’s northernmost street. (MORE)

Yo ho, a pirate’s life for them (Delaware Online)

In the desperate times of the early colonies, men and women were just trying to survive. (MORE)

PETA pitches oddball ice cream (

“Dog Poop” and “Kitty Litter” could soon be added to the Ice Cream Store’s already outrageous menu. (MORE)

Revenue pipeline could run dry (

Delaware prides itself on a low tax burden for residents: no sales tax, no state property tax and a relatively low income tax. (MORE)

Donahue takes helm at Cape High (Cape Gazette)

The students are gone for the summer, but the new administration at Cape Henlopen High School hasn’t slowed down. New administrators took over 10 days early to give them time to get acclimated to their new buildings. (MORE)

Lewes Dairy’s history tied to the Brittingham family (Cape Gazette)

Once you drink it, you are hooked. Lewes Dairy milk is like no other. (MORE)

JAM Bistro opens in Rehoboth (Cape Gazette)

JAM Bistro by Eden, 20 Baltimore Ave., is a place where fancy foods are served in a casual atmosphere. (MORE)

Fireworks to blast off July 4 in downtown Rehoboth Beach(Cape Gazette)

Downtown Rehoboth Beach’s July 4th fireworks are presented by Rehoboth Beach Main Street and Zambelli Internationale. (MORE)

Mixed forecast for produce (

With no irrigation to replace the rain Mother Nature’s been withholding since mid-May, Paul Parsons of Parsons Farm Produce in Dagsboro said he’s several weeks late in planting 45 acres of pumpkins for this fall. (MORE)

Bond bill will satisfy some, shut out others (News Journal)

The $408.9 million bond bill legislators are expected to approve this week is a story of winners and losers. (MORE)

After flap over swans, man finds cygnets missing (Delaware Online)

One day recently, Gary Clevenger had four swans — two adults and two babies, called cygnets — swimming around in White Creek near Ocean View. (MORE)

The heat just keeps on sizzling (News Journal)

It was already hot Sunday throughout the state of Delaware but then it got hotter. Some cities and towns saw three-digit temperatures once you added the heat index into the mix. (MORE)

State Rep. Briggs King to seek re-election (USA Today)

State Rep. Ruth Briggs King has filed to run for re-election to her House seat. Briggs King, executive vice president of the Sussex County Association of Realtors, won in the 37th District in Sussex County last year in a special election. (MORE)



  • Fenwick Island Farmer’s Market, 8am
  • Family Movie Night on the Beach, 8:30pm

Enjoy your day,   Dave Burris Coastal Sussex Morning News

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