The Morning News for August 17, 2010

by Dave on August 17, 2010

The Morning News for Tuesday, August 17, 2010:

Man arrested after exposing himself on beach (Delaware Wave)
A 52-year-old man was arrested Saturday after he allegedly exposed himself while on the beach. (MORE)

Humerus bone found in Rehoboth Bay; DNREC investigating (WGMD)
DNREC is investigating after a person out clamming in the Rehoboth Bay yesterday reported finding what looks like a humerus bone. (MORE)

Milton Man Wanted for Weapon and Unlawful Sexual Contact (
Delaware State Police Sunday August 15, 2010 responded to Broadkill Beach in Milton to investigate an unlawful sexual contact complaint. (MORE)


Rehoboth Teen Faces Assault Charges (
Sunday August 15, 2010 Delaware State Troopers responded to the 18,000 block of Holland Glade Road Rehoboth for a domestic complaint around 8:57 p.m. (MORE)

Two pedestrians in different locations hit almost simultaneously (WGMD)
Officials in the Rehoboth area had to deal with two almost-simultaneous reports of pedestrians struck early Sunday. Fortunately neither was serious. (MORE)

Rehoboth commissioners weigh in on Destination Station (Cape Gazette)
The proposed Destination Station Center continues to draw questions and controversy, largely centering on traffic going to and from the planned attraction. (MORE)

Ridership on Cape May-Lewes ferry rises for third straight month (Star Ledger/
Ridership on the ferry linking Cape May with Lewes, Del. has increased for a third consecutive month for the first time in five years, according to a report on (MORE)

Cape May-Lewes Ferry marketing itself as transportation to tourist attractions (Press of Atlantic City)
The boat ride convinced Delaware resident Bridget Blansfield to take her children to the Cape May County Zoo. (MORE)

In Delaware, a Battle of Wills (Governing Magazine)
Even on vacation I can’t escape state and local government. So, fresh from a trip to Rehoboth Beach, I bring you the story of the race for Register of Wills in Sussex County, Delaware. (MORE)

Standard Solar brings solar energy deployment to UD (UDaily)
Standard Solar, Inc., the East Coast’s premier full-service developer, integrator and installer of solar electric systems, today announced that it will install solar power at the University of Delaware (UD). (MORE)

Lewes Library Board Votes to Build New Facility (WBOC)
Following nine months of evaluation, research, discussion and public input, the commissioners of the Lewes Public Library have voted unanimously to build a new Library facility rather than renovate and expand the existing building, in order to meet public needs over the next 20-30 years. (MORE)

Pennsylvania Man Assaulted by Girlfriend (
Early Monday Morning Delaware State Police responded to a domestic complaint on McNichol Place Lewes, Delaware around 1:45 a.m. (MORE)

Fenwick tables town park expansion (
Expansion of the town’s park has been tabled until a special committee can be formed, officials said. (MORE)

Mussel Up: Climate Change Threatens Seafood ( Blog)
In the past, mussels lived as far south as Cape Hatteras, North Carolina; now, the southernmost area that mussels can be found is Lewes, Delaware. (MORE)

Anything Once: Glass blowing (Delaware Online News Video)
News Journal reporter Justin Williams heats things up in Lewes when he tries his hand at glass blowing. (MORE)

“Treme” creator stops by Dewey for Trombone Shorty show (Pulp Culture)
Trombone Shorty’s big show at the Bottle & Cork in Dewey Beach last night had an unexpected high-profile guest: television producer David Simon, the creator of “The Wire” (a.k.a the greatest television show of all time) and, more recently, “Treme.” (MORE)

Sandy camping at Cape Henlopen (Cecil Observer)
Surf, salty air and sun make camping at Cape Henlopen State Park in Delaware perfect for anyone who doesn’t mind a little sand in their sleeping bag. (MORE)

“Dewey Beach News” Email Update (
Dewey Beach is finding more of its future placed in the hands of attorneys and judges, at a cost the town most probably cannot afford to pay. (MORE)

Rehoboth Childrens Theatre: Delighting Children and Grownups for 29 Years (
I’ve seen a lot of theater in my day, but I must say, I’ve never seen a group of 50+ children become so riveted, so fast, for so long…and by a two-man show! (MORE)

Our ‘Eyecon’ Heading to Vegas? (
Okay, this is a warning. If you have never seen Rehoboth’s icon Christopher Peterson and his fabulous show Hooray for Hollywood at the Rehoboth Theatre of the Arts, or if you haven’t seen him in a while, now is your very last chance. I mean it. (MORE)

Delaware’s Tall Ship and Her Identity Crisis (
Most Delawareans have seen the Kalmar Nyckel. The replica 17th-century sailing vessel and tall ship has been visited by thousands of Delawareans and its’ role in Delaware’s history is well known to many locals. (MORE)

Rehoboth Beach Cottage and Town Awards Nominations Open (
It’s time for the Rehoboth Beach Cottage and Town Awards for 2010. (MORE)

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  • Rehoboth Beach Farmer’s MarketHayrides at the Beach

    DCT Family Comedy Jam

    The Rat Pack Together Again

Enjoy your day,   Dave Burris Coastal Sussex Morning News

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