The Morning News for July 28, 2010

by Dave on July 28, 2010


The Morning News for Wednesday, July 28, 2010:

Rehoboth robberies linked (

Police continue to search for clues in a recent string of robbery assaults that has community members practicing greater vigilance. (MORE)

Rehoboth police report a fourth assault (Cape Gazette)

The Rehoboth Beach Police Department is reporting a fourth assault in the past 10 days by unidentified assailants. (MORE)

Great competition is met with great weather at Long Island Lifeguard Championships (East Hampton & Southampton Press)

Maybe the Smith Point lifeguards should ask the Rehoboth Beach lifeguards to stay home next year. (MORE)

Concert tickets bought with bogus credit card lead to arrest of Lewes woman (WGMD)

A Lewes woman was arrested after she tried to get into the Lynyrd Skynyrd concert at the State Fair with tickets that were flagged as bought with a fraudulent credit card. (MORE)

Delaware, a Place to Be … Lethargic? (Delaware Inc. Blog)

At first, when you read’s new article ranking the nation’s “laziest” states, and you discover that Delaware is ranked No. 10 in slothdom, it kind of ticks you off. (MORE)

When Fenwick was really an island (Delaware Wave)

For men who were experts in the realm of geography, there was no doubt a cape existed at Fenwick Island. (MORE)

Castle’s small-business plan gets backing (Delaware Online)

A group of moderate House Republicans is backing legislation Rep. Mike Castle says he proposed — based on input from small-business owners in Delaware — to use unspent stimulus money to provide tax breaks, reduce regulatory burdens and increase lending to small businesses. (MORE)

Tea party group backs O’Donnell (News Journal)

An embattled tea party faction endorsed Republican Christine O’Donnell on Tuesday, as her campaign called the boost in support a “game changer” in her bid for the U.S. Senate. (MORE)

Get ‘Decked Out’ (Delaware Wave)

The Center for the Inland Bays’ annual fundraiser is slated to take place during a time when many folks are concerned about their local waters. (MORE)

New shop ‘Scoops’ up plaza patrons (Delaware Wave)

While on a trip to Connecticut last summer, Russell Archut and Dan Orendorf started brainstorming ideas for a new business in the Lem Hickman Beach Plaza. (MORE)   NATIONAL TOP NEWS:


Enjoy your day,

Dave Burris Coastal Sussex Morning News

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