The Morning News for July 13, 2010

by Dave on July 13, 2010

The Morning News for Tuesday, July 13, 2010:

America’s Best Little Beach Towns (Travel + Leisure Magazine)

Rehoboth, DE: An all-American classic–saltwater taffy and ice cream on the boardwalk, days of baking in the sun on Dewey Beach–with a lively art gallery scene and such august institutions as the Biggs Museum of American Art. (MORE)

Aid worker died with hope in his heart (News Journal)

On the eve of his trip to Uganda, Nate Henn visited with an old friend from Delaware. (MORE)

Markell travels to lower Delaware Tuesday (WGMD)

Governor Jack Markell will be in lower Delaware tomorrow.   At 1pm he will dedicate the new outdoor recreational facility at the Veterans Home in Milford. (MORE)

No injuries reported in Route 1 crash (Delaware Wave)

No injuries were reported when an inattentive driver of a county-owned SUV ran a red light on Route 1 South in Bethany Beach. (MORE)

Campfire ban lifted in some state parks (Newark Post)

Due to rain received over the weekend, officials with the  Division of Parks and Recreation have lifted the ban on campfires put in place last week some of Delaware’s state parks. (MORE)

Search in Dewey Beach for missing swimmer discontinued (WGMD)

The search for a missing man off Dewey Beach has been discontinued. Dewey Beach Police tell WGMD that they are sure there was a sixth person who went under around 3:30 in the morning Sunday-as a group of 5 returned to shore. (MORE)

Dewey Beach Town Council cements height limit (Delaware Coast Press)

The Town Council has approved an ordinance requiring any changes to the town’s 35-foot height limit be approved in a referendum by two-thirds of all eligible voters and a unanimous decision by any future council. (MORE)

Father and daughter injured in motorcycle crash outside Rehoboth (WGMD)

A father and daughter have been injured in a motorcycle crash outside Rehoboth. The 51-year old man and 14-year old daughter were on the motorcycle last evening when they collided with a car. (MORE)



Enjoy your day,

Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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