The Morning News for July 29, 2010

by Dave on July 29, 2010


The Morning News for Thursday, July 29, 2010:

Delaware Congressional Delegation Announces Bethany Beach Replenishment Funds (Coastal Sussex)
Today, Sens. Tom Carper and Ted Kaufman (both D-Del.) and Congressman Mike Castle (R-Del.) announced $8.172 million in federal funding to repair the Bethany Beach and South Bethany coastline, following damage from the Nor’Easter and Hurricane Ida in November 2009. (MORE)

Lewes man turns himself in on robbery charge (Delaware Wave)
The 26-year-old man wanted in connection to a Rehoboth Beach robbery turned himself in to Delaware State Police today. (MORE)

Bethany Beach Council election candidates revealed (Delaware Wave)
Five candidates have filed for the upcoming Sept. 11 Town Council election. (MORE)

Delaware Has Nation’s 2nd-Cleanest Beaches (Coastal Sussex)
The National Resources Defense Council released their 2010 “Testing the Waters” report and has announced that Delaware has the nation’s 2nd-cleanest beaches. (MORE)

Tie-dyes and sandwiches attract crowd to Lewes Wawa for Hoagiefest (Cape Gazette)
What do you get when you combine 400 pounds of sliced tomatoes, 540 pounds of deli meats, 200 pounds of cheese, 180 pounds of shredded lettuce, 160 pounds of sliced onions and 297 pounds of rolls? (MORE)

Milltown man charged in rampage near Rehoboth (Delaware Online)
A Milltown man was arrested early today after he went on a rampage, assaulted an acquaintance and then broke into a home near Rehoboth Beach while the occupants were sleeping, police said. (MORE)

Atlantic Jazz Yard brings classic flavor to Rehoboth Beach (Cape Gazette)
A visit to Atlantic Jazz Yard in Rehoboth Beach is like stepping into the past without leaving the laid-back atmosphere of the beach. (MORE)

Sussex County begins issuing annual property tax bills (Coastal Sussex)
Sussex County’s annual tax bills are on their way to mailboxes and some inboxes, too. (MORE)

Public opposition kills Dewey parking spot plan (
The town’s trade of public right-of-ways for additional parking was killed by overwhelming public opposition. (MORE)

Renewable energy fair comes to Rehoboth Beach Saturday, Aug. 7 (Cape Gazette)
Recycle that old computer and learn about the environmentally friendly home and energy options available from area retailers at Clean Energy USA’s third annual Renewable Energy Fair. (MORE)

Lifeguards prep for grand finale (Delaware Coast Press)
The area’s top lifeguards will converge on the beach at Baltimore Avenue this week, as the Rehoboth Beach Patrol is slated to host the 33rd annual Lifeguard Olympics. (MORE)



  • All Saints’ Episcopal Church Annual Antiques
  • Movies on The Green: Casablanca
  • Nage Farm-to-Table Dinner
  • Chesapeake Shakespeare Company Performs Much Ado About Nothing 7:00 pm
  • Clear Space Productions: Annie Get Your Gun, 7:00 pm
  • Drinking Liberally 7:00 pm
  • Little Feat LIVE 8:00 pm
  • For details and the full calendar, click here.

Enjoy your day,

Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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