The Morning News for July 5, 2010

by Dave on July 5, 2010

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The Morning News for Monday, July 5, 2010:

A project with deep impact (Delaware Online)

Not long after state officials sink a subway car or a tugboat into the ocean as part of an artificial reef, the fish arrive. (MORE)

Fatal motorcycle crash near Lewes (WGMD)

A motorcyclist is dead after a crash on Route One north of Lewes yesterday evening. (MORE)

Out-of-staters flock to Delaware beaches (News Journal)

Moises Brito drove 222 miles to spend the Fourth of July weekend relaxing on the sand, chewing on saltwater taffy and eating Grotto pizza. (MORE)

Delaware schools to offer courses in finances (Delaware Online)

When Bernadette Powell was in school, she remembers learning to balance a checkbook and make a household budget. (MORE)

On family beach vacations, text-loving teens stay plugged in (Washington Post)

Two hours into another day of his family’s beach vacation, Brandon Hubacher had sent 50 text messages to his friends in Fairfax County. (MORE)

Delaware beach bus hearkens back to Rehoboth’s rail roots (News Journal)

Dennis Paul lives just outside Washington, D.C. But on Saturday, he was in the nation’s summer capital, shopping with some friends on Rehoboth Avenue. (MORE)



  • Fenwick Island Farmer’s Market 8:00 am

    Bethany Beach Parade 12:00 pm

    Philadelphia Brass Band 7:30 pm

    Comedy Club at Irish Eyes 8:00 pm

    Family Movie Night on the Beach 8:30 pm

Enjoy your day,

Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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