The Morning News for August 3, 2010

by Dave on August 3, 2010

The Morning News for Tuesday, August 3, 2010:

Ruddertowne lawsuit moves forward (News Journal)
Following a major victory in the Delaware Supreme Court, the owners of Ruddertowne in Dewey Beach won a crucial early test in a federal lawsuit against the town related to its effort to redevelop the landmark shopping and restaurant complex. (MORE)

32nd Annual Sandcastle contest in Rehoboth Beach this weekend (WGMD)
The Rehoboth-Dewey Chamber of Commerce will hold their 32nd Annual Sandcastle Contest this weekend.  Over 100 teams and over 800 participants  are expected to be involved in the event this Saturday. (MORE)

Delaware: The moderate state? (Dialogue Delaware)
Gallup, a national polling company, released figures today ranking states as wither the most liberal or conservative. (MORE)


Wilder: Obama Should Dump Biden in 2012 (Politico)
I will refrain from running through the list of Biden gaffes. Not because I dismiss them, but because late-night comedians have made them legendary. (MORE)

Top 10 Boardwalks: #6 Rehoboth Beach (Sherman’s Travel)
Slews of visitors trammel the wooden planks of Rehoboth Beach  ( each summer, many of them escaping the heat of nearby Baltimore, Philadelphia, and Washington, D.C., to bask in the unpretentious vibe of this coastal Delaware town with its pleasant blend of shops, restaurants, amusements, and boardwalk hotels. (MORE)

Rehoboth Beach Patrol lifeguard injured in fall (WGMD)
A Rehoboth Beach Patrol lifeguard is being treated for a significant but non-life threatening injury after she fell from her stand and landed on a shovel. (MORE)

New Del. Boardwalk Already Needs Repairs (CBS 3)
It has only been about a month since Rehoboth Beach’s boardwalk reopened, but the city landmark already needs maintenance. (MORE)

Results of Rehoboth Beach DUI checkpoint (WGMD)
Here are the results of a weekend DUI checkpoint in Rehoboth Beach. 15 violators were caught at the checkpoint on Rehoboth Avenue between the circle and the drawbridge late Friday night. (MORE)

Bethany outages costly to business owners (
In the wake of power outages that occurred on two busy weekends last month, business owners — and their embattled bottom lines — are demanding a change. (MORE)

Coast Guard cracks down on bow riding (Delaware Online)
One of the most likely ways to get killed or maimed on a boat is to ride on the front, or bow, U.S. Coast Guard officials warned while announcing a crackdown on the practice beginning Sunday. (MORE)

Watermelon Promotion Cools Off Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk Wednesday for 5th Year (Coastal Sussex)
The Delaware Department of Agriculture (DDA) in cooperation with the Mar-Del Watermelon Association will be on the boardwalk in Rehoboth Beach this Wednesday, August 4 handing out complimentary slices of red, ripe, juicy watermelon. (MORE)

Delaware District 3 Big League All Stars heading to World Series (Cape Gazette)
The District 3 Big League Softball All Stars defeated Maryland 6-2 in the championship game Sunday, Aug. 1, to win the Eastern Regional Championship and book a berth in the Big League World Series in Kalamazoo, Michigan. (MORE)



Enjoy your day,   Dave Burris Coastal Sussex Morning News

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