The Morning News for September 15, 2010

by Dave on September 15, 2010


Rehoboth’s Glen Urquhart Wins GOP Nod; O’Donnell Defeats Castle (
Businessman Glen Urquhart of Rehoboth Beach narrowly defeated endorsed Republican Michele Rollins to secure the GOP nomination for Congress in Tuesday voting, winning by roughly 550 votes out of more than 50,000 cast. (MORE)

Bunting wins big, Booth wins nailbiter in primary races (
Delaware political news was dominated on Tuesday by the upset win of Christine O’Donnell, a win that is being regarded by many as evidence of voter dissatisfaction with moderate Republicans. (MORE)

Rehoboth To Discuss Budget, Possible Tax Increases Friday (
The agenda for the monthly Mayor and Commissioners’ Meeting in Rehoboth Beach is set for Friday, September 17th, and included in the discussion will be “continued discussion on the potential for additional revenue” for the town, including possible increases in property and gross receipts taxes on residential property and the creation of gross receipts taxes for hotels, motels and commercial real estate rentals. (MORE)


Bethany considers sidewalk project (
The town is considering its options for sidewalks along Atlantic Avenue, a major thoroughfare used by bicyclists and pedestrians. (MORE)

Six Dewey Beach Mayors Endorse Kelly Ranieri in Sept. 25 Election (
Dewey Beach Mayor Rick Solloway has joined with five former Mayors and six former Commissioners to endorse Kelly Ranieri in the upcoming September 25th town election. (MORE)

Bizarre Home Invasion Crime In Lewes (
Monday September 13, 2010 Delaware State Police investigated a home invasion in Sussex West mobile home park. (MORE)

Suspicious Vehicle Leads to Drug Arrest (
Trooper sees a stun gun in the possession of a passenger during a traffic stop. (MORE)

Milton Man Facing Burglary, Assault Charges (
Delaware State Police early Sunday September 12, 2010 responded to the 37000 block of Burton Village Avenue Rehoboth Delaware for a domestic disturbance. (MORE)

Cape’s Bo Darlington returns from Afghanistan (Cape Gazette)
James “Bo” Darlington was finishing up his last mission in Afghanistan. It was July, and his unit was on its way to turn in equipment after providing security for other Army personnel. (MORE)

‘Outstanding In The Field’ a Success for Haley, Farmers (
You would expect to find crystal, white linen napkins and china in one of SoDel Concepts’ six Delaware beach restaurants. (MORE)

Artists open their studios (Delaware Wave)
Creative minds will gather for the 12th annual Lewes Artists’ Studio Tour, slated for Sept. 18. (MORE)

First Annual Making Strides Against Breast Cancer in Sussex County (
Making Strides Against Breast Cancer is the American Cancer Society’s premier event to raise awareness and dollars to fight breast cancer. (MORE)

National Top Stories

Today’s Local Events:

  • CHHS Cross Country Tri-Meet (H)
  • IRHS Cross Country Home Meet
  • IRHS Field Hockey at Caesar Rodney

Enjoy your day,

Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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