The Morning News for September 16, 2010

by Dave on September 16, 2010


Millville reviewing the cost of sharing Ocean View police (Delaware Online)
Town officials have reviewed an estimate outlining the costs of sharing police coverage with its neighbor, Ocean View, Town Manager Debbie Botchie said. (MORE)

Republican Rollins concedes, but with concerns (News Journal)
Michele Rollins sounded cheerful enough Wednesday, the day after her congressional campaign collided with a stubborn vein of frustrated, conservative Republican voters, and moments after she called Glen Urquhart to concede the race. (MORE)

Lewes extends moratorium (
Lewes City Council agreed to extend a moratorium on new windmills and wind turbines within the city limits during Monday’s town council meeting. (MORE)


Coast Day lectures cover wide variety of marine topics (UDaily)
If you love the ocean and want to learn more about it, there’s no better opportunity than Coast Day, held Sunday, Oct. 3, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., at the University of Delaware’s Hugh R. Sharp Campus in Lewes. (MORE)

Dewey Beach Music Conference Announces 2010 Panels (Mazur PR)
The Dewey Beach Music Conference (DBMC) has announced panels and panelists for this year’s conference, which will take place September 30 through October 2. (MORE)

Revisiting the De Braak (Coast Press)
In 1805 Gilbert McCracken and his son, Henry, went for a stroll near Cape Henlopen. As they walked, the conversation between 14-year-old Henry and his father turned to the sinking of the HMS De Braak. (MORE)

Summer tennis memories (Coast Press)
Summer 2010 was great! It’s sad to bid farewell to the season, but it’s exciting to anticipate what next summer will bring. (MORE)

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Today’s Local Events:

  • CHHS Boys Soccer at Woodbridge
  • CHHS Girls Volleyball at Sussex Central
  • IRHS Girls Volleyball at Caesar Rodney
  • CHHS Field Hockey vs. Dover
  • IRHS Boys Soccer vs. Milford

Enjoy your day,

Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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