The Morning News for July 26, 2010

by Dave on July 26, 2010

The Morning News for Monday, July 26, 2010: 

Delaware Drinking Water at Risk (News Journal)

Tainted groundwater is spreading across thousands of acres in northern Delaware and has reached the Potomac Aquifer, which supplies drinking water to people across much of Delaware, Maryland and New Jersey. (MORE)

New law expands Delaware craft breweries’ selling power (Delaware Online)

Philip Fedorka is a tourist  who discovered a new off-centered ale that he likes — Dogfish Head 60 Minute IPA. And if he visits the craft brewery again in the fall, there’s a chance he’ll be able to purchase a glass with a meal. (MORE)

Delaware farms: Wastewater comes clean (News Journal)

As crop fields browned out in record heat waves this summer, two historic farms here stayed green and growing, thanks to a modern water recycling project. (MORE)

DSP looking for Lewes man for burglary (WGMD)

State Police are looking for a Lewes man who’s wanted for a burglary early this morning.  Police say 33 year old Lemston Reed called the victim and during the conversation threatened to kill her. (MORE)

Towns report dip in alcohol violations (

Although beachgoers are likely to ignore the signs prohibiting alcohol, many communities are reporting a dip in alcohol violations this year. (MORE)

Ott pleads not guilty to sex charges (Cape Gazette)

The attorney for Thomas A. Ott, who is accused of sex offenses against a child, entered a plea of not guilty Thursday, July 22, in Superior Court in Georgetown. (MORE)

Delaware to issue wind permits (Cape Gazette)

Delaware has been authorized to enforce and implement offshore wind permits related to air quality as the state prepares for the nation’s first offshore wind farm. (MORE)

Another robbery in Rehoboth Beach (WGMD)

Yet another robbery or attempted robbery in Rehoboth Beach: It is the fourth such crime reported in the city limits in the last nine days. The latest robbery happened just before 3 yesterday morning on Columbia Avenue near 4th Street. (MORE)

Numerous rescues by Coast Guard in severe storms (WGMD)

More than 77 people had to be rescued or assisted because of storms raging through the Chesapeake Bay.  The severe storms developed in the Chesapeake Bay yesterday afternoon. (MORE)



Enjoy your day,

Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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