The Morning News for September 2, 2010

by Dave on September 2, 2010

morningnewslogoThe Morning News for Thursday, September 2, 2010:

Hurricane Earl 5AM Update (
Delaware remains under a Tropical Storm Watch and a Hurricane Warning. (MORE)

No decision on evidence in Bradley case (
There is no decision yet on a motion to exclude some of the evidence found in the pedophile case against former Lewes pediatrician Earl Bradley. (MORE)

Bradley investigator testifies he was unaware of third building (
The lead investigator in the Earl Bradley child rape case testified Tuesday he did not know there were more than two buildings at the pediatrician’s medical office when he prepared the search warrant at the center of an evidence suppression hearing. (MORE)


CPD PAC Endorses Seitz, Laird in Dewey Election (
The political action committee arm of the group Citizens to Preserve Dewey Wednesday night issued endorsements in the Dewey Beach Town Council elections, which will be held on August 25th. (MORE)

Lewes Farmers Market Voted #2 in Nation (
The Historic Lewes Farmer’s Market reached the top 10 in overall votes while coming in second in their category in the America’s Farmland Trust “Best Farmers Markets in America” contest, which ended Tuesday night. (MORE)

The USA’s best ice cream parlors (USA Today)
Slurping cones from wooden benches outside King’s Homemade Ice Cream in Lewes has been a Delaware beach tradition since the ’70s. (MORE)

Destination Station meets local resistance (Coast Press)
In a summer of gridlocked Saturdays and bumper-to-bumper traffic, one Rehoboth Beach commissioner is asking the state and area chamber of commerce for a time-out on a proposal that could bring more visitors to the area. (MORE)

Two honored with Order of the First State (
Governor Jack Markell has honored an educator and an iconic Sussex County artist with the Order of the First State. (MORE)

Carper, Kaufman, Castle Announce Federal Funding for Delaware National Guard Counterdrug Efforts, Drug Education Programming (
Today, U.S. Senators Tom Carper and Ted Kaufman (both D-Del.) and U.S. Congressman Mike Castle (R-Del.) held a press conference at the Stern Armory in Wilmington to announce the appropriation of $300,000 for the Delaware National Guard Counterdrug Task Force to support the counterdrug efforts of local, state and federal law enforcement agencies. (MORE)

Delaware releases draft plan for local efforts for cleaner Chesapeake Bay (
Delaware’s draft long-range plan for reducing pollutants from entering local waterways that lie within the Chesapeake Bay Watershed- was posted today on the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control’s (DNREC) website and made available for public review. (MORE)

SOLA3 protects Rehoboth’s freshwater lakes (Coast Press)
A distinguished nonprofit organization is continuing to protect, preserve and maintain three one-of-a-kind freshwater lakes in the area. (MORE)

Chamber recognizes lifeguard service for contribution to economy (Cape Gazette)
The Bethany-Fenwick Area Chamber of Commerce recognized six outstanding members of the southern Sussex County beach patrols on the Bethany Beach bandstand Aug. 10. (MORE)
National News:

Today’s Local Events:

  • Lewes First Thursdays
  • Tartan Terrors Celtic Celebration
  • FILM: This is It

Enjoy your day,

Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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