The Morning News for September 7, 2010

by Dave on September 7, 2010

morningnewslogoA tearful goodbye to summer in Bethany Beach (
It was a tearful tribute as the summer of 2010 was laid to rest. (MORE)

End of summer is ‘bittersweet’ (Daily Times)
For year-round resident Dan Costello, the end of summer is marked by the last farmers market — which took place Sunday — and the culling of the summer crowds. (MORE)

Rehoboth Beach to repair jetties (
Due to intense waves, several wooden structures supporting stormwater outfall pipes that run into the ocean are breaking apart, and city officials are set to begin repairs. (MORE)


Cape steps up security with better badge program (
The Cape Henlopen School District hopes to boost security this year by fine tuning efforts to require district personnel to wear identification badges. (MORE)

Lewes BPW changes Green Energy participation level (Cape Gazette)
The Lewes Board of Public Works has adopted changes in its handling of Green Energy Fund program grants and in its level of participation in the renewable energy component of the program. (MORE)

Bethany works on business relations (Delaware Online)
With the shoulder season on the horizon, the town is looking to work with businesses to ensure visitors bring their wallets back to the beach this fall. (MORE)

Website outlines quality of Del. Water (News Journal)
Prompted by recent revelations that water pollution threats have been underreported and in some cases hidden from public view, the Markell administration has launched a gateway to information about state water supplies, quality and cleanup efforts. (MORE)

Grotto Pizza to Hold 50th Anniversary Party on Saturday (Facebook)
Celebration to be held at the Rehoboth Beach Bandstand. (MORE)

Children’s author returns to Delaware on Sept. 23 (Cape Gazette)
Best-selling children’s author M.T. Anderson will return to Delaware Thursday, Sept. 23, at the invitation of Gov. Jack Markell. (MORE)

Today’s National Headlines:

Today’s Local Events:

  • Cape Henlopen Schools First Day
  • Indian River Schools First Day
  • Rehoboth Beach Farmer’s Market
  • CHHS Boys Soccer vs. Seaford

Enjoy your day,

Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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