The Morning News for September 8, 2010

by Dave on September 8, 2010


With only a week to go, Senate race gets uglier (Delaware Online)
With one week to go before the Republican primary for U.S. Senate, the campaigns sharpened their attacks in a race vying to become one of Delaware’s most vicious. (MORE)

AG Biden comments on Craigslist’s decision to remove ‘adult’ advertisements (
Delaware Attorney General Beau Biden said Tuesday that Craigslist ‘did the right thing’ by shutting down the section of its U.S. Internet site featuring adult-themed classified ads. (MORE)

Two men nabbed by Rehoboth police twice in same day (WGMD)
Two men got in trouble with Rehoboth Police-twice in one day! An officer caught two men sleeping on the boardwalk at Baltimore Avenue–wrote a citation for sleeping on a bench. (MORE)


Beach businesses report wide-ranging season (
While Leslie Terner generally hates shopping, she does enjoy doing it at the beach. (MORE)

Restoration of Fort Miles gets closer to completion (News Journal)
After nearly a decade of sporadic work and the death of one of the group’s co-founders, the Fort Miles Historical Association is ramping up its efforts to preserve the region’s wartime history at Cape Henlopen State Park near Lewes. (MORE)

UD, state consider land swap (Delaware Wave)
Although the University of Delaware is eyeing the state-owned land parcel adjacent to its campus for future development, officials say it could be decades before ground is broken. (MORE)

Wooden planks wash ashore in Rehoboth (Delaware Wave)
Due to intense wave action, several wooden structures supporting stormwater outfall pipes that run into the ocean are breaking apart, and city officials are set to begin repairs. (MORE)

The Music School of Delaware Receives 2010 Governor’s Award for the Arts (
The Music School of Delaware is a recipient of the 2010 Governor’s Award for the Arts in the organization category. (MORE)

Walk Smart campaign promotes pedestrian safety (Delaware Wave)
Within the past week, residents may have noticed new signage along Bunting Avenue, stretching from the Maryland state line to Fenwick Island State Park. (MORE)

Delaware Grapevine: Primary perils (Sussex Countian)
Two countywide officials, one upstate and one downstate, are fighting for their political survival in Democratic primaries. (MORE)

New era begins for Cape Henlopen football (Delaware Wave)
After hitting rock bottom last season with a 1-9 overall record, the Cape Henlopen High School football team was in dire need of change. (MORE)

Learn about the Magnificent Monarch Migration at Delaware Seashore State Park (
It’s that time of year again, when we start seeing monarch butterflies passing through the Delmarva Peninsula. (MORE)

Tunnell Cancer Center Offering Free Breast Health Forum September 19 (
Beebe Medical Center’s Tunnell Cancer Center is offering a free breast health forum on Sunday, September 19, from noon until 5 p.m. in partnership with Wesley Chapel United Methodist Church, 23115 Slaughter Neck Road in Lincoln. (MORE)

Beebe Medical Center Nuclear Cardiology Granted Accreditation (
The Intersocietal Commission for the Accreditation of Nuclear Medicine Laboratories has granted accreditation to Beebe Medical Center Nuclear Cardiology in the area of Myocardial Perfusion Imaging. (MORE)

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Enjoy your day,
Dave Burris Coastal Sussex Morning News

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