The Morning News for July 27, 2010

by Dave on July 27, 2010

The Morning News for Tuesday, July 27, 2010: 

Officials pledge improved data access (Delaware Online)

State and federal agencies are working to improve public access to water-quality data in the wake of The News Journal’s report showing little has been done to tell Delaware residents about pollution threats to their drinking water. (MORE)

DBE to depose Dewey Beach officials as suits move ahead forward (Cape Gazette)

Attorneys for Dewey Beach Enterprises are set to depose three town officials in ongoing litigation over the company’s Ruddertowne property. (MORE)

Selena Gomez concert at State Fair canceled (WGMD)

If you had tickets to the Wednesday night concert with Selena Gomez at the State Fair – it has been canceled. (MORE)

State terminates beach rentals in Fenwick (News Journal)

In the wake of a summer of controversy following the ousting of long-running concessionaire Kim Allison, the state has indefinitely terminated beach rentals in Fenwick Island. (MORE)

Gooch appears before Sussex council (Cape Gazette)

A second nominee to the Sussex County Board of Adjustment from District 2 appeared before county council for an interview, but he still doesn’t know if he’ll get the job. (MORE)

Collision detours traffic for 90 min on Route 24 in Angola (WGMD)

A crash that detoured westbound traffic on Route 24 in Angola resulted in a Wilmington man being cited for following to closely. (MORE)

5 teens linked to larger crime spree (Delaware Online)

Five teenage boys, arrested last week for car theft and burglary, have now been linked to a larger crime spree involving car thefts and burglaries, state police said today. (MORE)

Minor injuries in Bethany moped crash (WGMD)

State Police say 46 year old Ann Raskauskas of Bethany Beach received minor injuries when her moped collided with a car near the Market Place at Sea Colony. (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. (MORE)

Rehoboth kick-starts tree inventory (

The city’s landscape could start looking a little greener as officials move forward with plans to enhance the tree canopy. (MORE)

While hoping for rain, farmers in lower Delaware improvise (News Journal)

Because of hot, dry weather, Mark Davis has already lost most of his corn crop. (MORE)



Enjoy your day,   Dave Burris Coastal Sussex Morning News

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