The Morning News for August 30, 2010

by Dave on August 30, 2010

morningnewslogoThe Morning News for Monday, August 30, 2010:

As life spins on, the Midway beckons (New York Times)
The New York Times visits three State Fairs, including Delaware’s. (MORE)

Dewey, developer continue settlement talks (
Attorneys representing Dewey Beach Enterprises have confirmed that settlement discussions regarding multiple lawsuits filed against the town are under way. (MORE)

Dems’ bright spots in foreboding election year (AP)
John Carney of Delaware is a rarity in a campaign season of foreboding for Democrats, a practicing politician with a strong chance of winning a Republican-held seat in Congress. (MORE)


Three file for two Dewey Beach seats (
Three candidates have filed for the September 25 Dewey Beach election. (MORE)

DSP: Drug Arrest And Money Seizure In Rehoboth (
Delaware State Police have arrested three men after two separate traffic stops. (MORE)

Possible Human Femur Bone Discovered at IR Inlet By Fisherman (
Following discovery Wednesday of what appeared to be a human femur by a fisherman on the Indian River Inlet, DNREC’s Division of Parks and Recreation Enforcement officers searched the area Wednesday and again Friday without finding any more human bones. (MORE)

Bradley search faces legal test (Delaware Online)
When state police searched Earl B. Bradley’s office complex in December, they found what appeared to be unimpeachable evidence — video files reportedly showing the pediatrician sexually abusing or raping his child patients. (MORE)

Attorney General Warns of Scam (
Attorney General Beau Biden warns consumers about a lottery scam that is circulating via email. (MORE)

Fenwick marina foes await decision (Delaware Online)
State officials have yet to reach a decision regarding a proposed marina near Del. 54 that has sparked opposition from some residents. (MORE)

Dine on the beach in Delaware this Labor Day (Washington Examiner)
Here is a Labor Day getaway where District gourmands can travel against traffic to the Delaware beach in support of a hometown hero and at the same time be part of an unforgettable experience. (MORE)

County Emergency Officials Prepare for Hurricane Danielle Effects (
The first major hurricane of the 2010 Atlantic season is forecast to steer clear of the eastern United States, but Hurricane Danielle could still stir the surf and make for potentially dangerous swimming and rough boating conditions along Delaware’s coast. (MORE)

Changes in Lifeguard Hours for Labor Day Weekend Announced (
Changes in the hours that swimming beaches in Delaware State Parks are guarded have been announced by DNREC’s Division of Parks and Recreation. Beginning Monday, Aug. 30 through Friday, Sept. 3, lifeguard hours will be reduced by one hour to 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. (MORE)

Home Invasion Near Georgetown Results in Arrest (
Delaware State Police have made one arrest in a home invasion in which a shot was fired. (MORE)

AmericInn Rehoboth Among Hotels Awarded Green Designation By State (
The AmericInn of Rehoboth is among four inns and a hotel that have joined the Delaware Green Lodging program and received certification for implementing green hospitality practices that conserve natural resources, save money, and enhance their marketing potential as environmentally-responsible businesses. (MORE)

National News:

Today’s Local Events:

  • Fenwick Island Farmer’s Market
  • Family Movie Night on the Beach

Enjoy your day,   Dave Burris Coastal Sussex Morning News

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