The Morning News for September 23, 2010

by Dave on September 23, 2010


Outrage Over Rally Costs (WMDT)
Outrage continues in Bethany Beach four days after Saturday’s Aryan Nations rally. (MORE)

Rehoboth man charged with forgery (WGMD)
A Rehoboth Beach man has been arrested by Capitol Police after he presented a bogus medical request at the DMV for window tinting. (MORE)

Rehoboth and Dewey get beach replenishment dollars (
Delaware’s Congressional delegation announced earlier this week that federal beach replenishment funding will be made available for Rehoboth Beach and Dewey Beach. (MORE)


Lewes Man Rams Police Car During Drug Stop (
A Lewes man is in custody following a traffic stop in Seaford in which he allegedly rammed his car into the police vehicle that pulled him over. (MORE)

Destination Station Awards Bids (
Following proper notice, Requests for Proposal for both Architectural/Engineering Services and Construction Management for Destination Station Center, Ltd. were released in a fair public bid process. (MORE)

Delaware River and Bay Authority elects Bill Lowe as new vice chairman (
Delaware River and Bay Authority commissioners here Tuesday morning elected a new vice chairman for the board. (MORE)

The end of the pilot schooner (Coast Press)
With the lookout’s cry, “Sail ho!” the race began. The pilot’s schooner’s crew speedily set sail and the vessel’s hull began to skim through the waves toward the distant ship. (MORE)

Festive Gala Honors Philanthropists Who Make A Difference in Latino Community (
The thriving Latino community center La Esperanza understands first-hand what it’s like to benefit from the generosity of others. Created in 1996 to consolidate various services for Spanish-speaking immigrants under one roof, La Esperanza has grown and flourished thanks to the support of many philanthropists and donors. (MORE)

Tunnell Cancer Center Hosts Free Breast Health Forum October 14 (
Beebe Medical Center’s Tunnell Cancer Center is hosting a free breast health forum on Thursday, October 14, from 5 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at Tunnell Cancer Center, at the Beebe Health Campus on John J. Williams Highway, (Rt. 24), Rehoboth Beach. (MORE)

Blues man Lonnie Shields performs September 24 at Bethany Blues-Lewes (
Traditional Mississippi blues man Lonnie Shields returns to the Maker’s Mark Stage at Bethany Blues in Lewes 9 p.m. Friday September 24. (MORE)

This Week’s Coastal Sussex Weekly Magazine (
In this week’s magazine, learn why Lloyd’s rotisserie is beloved in Lewes, preview the Coastal Cleanup and Rehoboth’s Oktoberfest, and learn about the ‘general contractor for your life. (Click here to open the digital magazine) or (Click here to download a printable PDF file)

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Today’s Local Events:

  • CHHS Boys Soccer at Polytech
  • CHHS Field Hockey at Sussex Tech
  • IRHS Field Hockey vs. Seaford
  • CHHS Girls Volleyball @ Polytech
  • IRHS Girls Volleyball vs. Smyrna
  • IRHS Boys Soccer vs. Sussex Central

Enjoy your day,

Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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