The Morning News for September 1, 2010

by Dave on September 1, 2010

State approves Rehoboth CDP (Cape Gazette)
Gov. Jack Markell has given the stamp of approval on Rehoboth Beach’s 2010 comprehensive development plan. (MORE)

Delaware Senate Primary – It’s Tea Time! (Fox News)
Christine O’Donnell is not a household name. Not yet anyway. But the Tea Party Express hopes to change that with a big endorsement and financial boost Monday. (MORE)

Kaufman reflects on his short time in the U.S. Senate (Delaware Wave)
Sen. Ted Kaufman is fond of using a volleyball metaphor — it occurs time and again in profiles of the 71-year-old U.S. Senator — to describe his unlikely political career. (MORE)


School Food Fresh From The Farm (
Students in the Indian River School District have a chance to feast on farm fresh food that was on the vine just hours ago. (MORE)

Ferry Celebrates Forty Millionth Passenger (
Mark and Mindy Whalen, traveling with their daughter Kyra, were honored as the 40 Millionth Passenger with the Cape May – Lewes Ferry. (MORE)

Del., Md. senators send Russia letter on poultry (BusinessWeek)
Thirty senators, including those from Maryland and Delaware, have called on Russia to fully honor its commitment to let U.S. poultry products into Russia. (MORE)

Delaware ready to kick off season against West Chester (WDEL)
Delaware kicks off its 2010 football season Thursday night at Delaware Stadium against its longest running rival, the West Chester Golden Rams. (MORE)

Bethany will bid farewell to summer (Delaware Coast Press)
More than 2,000 people flock to the Boardwalk every year on Labor Day to parade behind a mannequin in a coffin. (MORE)

Dance the night away (Delaware Wave)
There may not be a dance club in this city, but CAMP Rehoboth is creating one for its biggest fundraiser of the year. (MORE)

Delaware GOP begins weekly video messages (
Delaware Republicans have begun taking their message to the people with a weekly address. (MORE)

Clear Space Opens New Home With ‘Broadway’ (
Clear Space Theatre Company will begin their fall season with the latest incarnation of an audience favorite – 100 Years of Broadway III. (MORE)

Surf Fishing, Beach Driving, Edible Plants At Delaware Seashore State Park (
Calling all aspiring surf-fishermen! If you’ve been waiting for the chance to learn how to surf fish, but aren’t sure just where to begin, Delaware Seashore State Park has a program planned for you! (MORE)

Medigap Changes, Health Care Reform Sure to Affect Many Seniors (
For American seniors, their retirement years are supposed to be about relaxing, getting out, and enjoying the freedom they’ve earned. (MORE)

Kayakers Ready to “Paddle to The Park” (
“Paddle to the Park” Fun Fest will take place on Saturday, September 11 when The Friends of Canalfront Park, in partnership with Quest Fitness and Kayak, sponsor a fun-filled morning of kayaking, music and children’s activities. (MORE)

National News:

Today’s Local Events:

  • FILM: Wind Journeys (Around the World Series)
  • Summer Concerts in the Park – Annapolis Bluegrass Coalition

Enjoy your day,

Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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