The Morning News for September 20, 2010

by Dave on September 20, 2010


Today, announces our VOICES program, where we give community-minded people their own blogs here on the site to share their passion with the Delaware Beach community. Click here to learn more, and to meet a few of our first Voices.

Dewey Beach candidates face off in forum (
Barely a week before election day, Jim Laird, Kelly Ranieri and Marty Seitz faced off in a candidates forum hosted by the local chamber of commerce. (MORE)

Rehoboth considers property tax hike (
Rehoboth Beach will consider the feasibility of a 25 percent increase in the town’s property tax rate. (MORE)

About 8 White Supremacists Rally In Bethany (AP)
A demonstration by white supremacists on the boardwalk at Bethany Beach drew a diverse crowd of protesters, sympathizers and curious bystanders. (MORE)


Commissioners Cup game resurrects 30-year-old Cape-on-Cape rivalry (Press of Atlantic City)
Quarterback Kyle McCoy swept right and threw a spiral on the run, hitting the receiver for a nice gain and exciting his nervous father on the sidelines. (MORE)

Lower Cape May Regional sends Cape Henlopen back across Delaware Bay with loss (Press of Atlantic City)
The Capes Crusade, the Delaware Bay Deluge, or maybe the Fury Over the Ferry? (MORE)

Watchdog group: Delaware candidate’s spending ‘flat-out illegal’ (CNN)
A watchdog group says it plans to ask authorities in Delaware to investigate Senate candidate Christine O’Donnell’s finances. (MORE)

Volunteer fire companies hurt by funding losses (
Despite the constant demand for the emergency services they provide, fire companies are feeling the heat as their funding withers. (MORE)

Hundreds Walk To Beat ALS (WMDT)
For three years now, many have chosen to stand up to a disease that devastates every one of its victims. On Saturday, they marched to help raise money for the cause. (MORE)

Carper to narrate “Vanishing Voices of World War II” (
Thomas R. Carper, Delaware’s senior United States senator, will provide the voice for “Vanishing Voices of World War II; Southern Delaware’s Humble Heroes,” an hour-long documentary honoring some of the First State’s brave World War II veterans. (MORE)

Milton Man Critical after Rt. 1 Accident (
The Delaware State Police Crash Reconstruction Unit is investigating an accident in Lewes that has left a Milton man in critical condition. (MORE)

Arrest Made in Lewes Home Invasion (
Delaware State Police have made an arrest in the Lewes area home invasion which occurred on Whitehaven Way in the Sussex West Mobile Home Park. (MORE)

Delaware and Craft Beer: Where It’s At ( Voices)
The term “Craft Beer” means something special to those of us lucky enough to live in Sussex County, Delaware. (MORE)

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Enjoy your day,

Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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