The Morning News for September 30, 2010

by Dave on September 30, 2010


This Week’s Coastal Sussex Weekly Magazine (
Read about Coast Day, Patsy’s Gourmet, Paul Kuhns & the Rehoboth Historical Museum and the History of the Cape Henlopen Lighthouse in this week’s online-only Coastal Sussex Weekly. (Read the online magazine) or (View a printable PDF version)

Legislators and DelDOT continue to spar over Inlet bridge answers (
Delaware’s legislators continue to press Delaware’s Department of Transportation for more answers about past problems with the Indian River Inlet bridge construction. (MORE)

Mike Castle moves on to his next chapter (Delaware Online)
U.S. Rep. Mike Castle has decided not to run a write-in campaign for the Senate, ending a week’s worth of speculation and effectively capping 40 years in politics. (MORE)


Senator Kaufman Gives Farewell Speech on Senate Floor (
In his final remarks on the Senate floor Wednesday, U.S. Senator Ted Kaufman (D-DE) reflected on his short-term in the Senate, highlighting both his thoughts about the Senate as an institution and the privilege he felt for having had the opportunity to work on significant issues. (MORE)

Ted Kaufman Exit Interview: ‘The System Is So Awful’ (Huffington Post)
Appointed as a two-year caretaker to keep Joe Biden’s seat warm for his son Beau Biden, Delaware’s Ted Kaufman turned out to be one of the biggest surprises of the 111th Senate. (MORE)

String of vehicle break-ins reported in Bethany area (Delaware Online)
Bethany Beach police are urging residents to lock up their vehicles and take any valuables out of the cars to avoid becoming victimized by thieves. (MORE)

Sussex EOC Prepares for Heavy Storms (
The Sussex County Emergency Operations Center is tracking two storms, including a tropical system, that together are expected to sock Delaware with a one-two punch of heavy rains and gusty winds during the next 36 hours. (MORE)

Rehoboth Chamber honors top cops (
The Rehoboth Beach-Dewey Beach Chamber of Commerce honored several Rehoboth Beach police officers for their service during the Chamber’s meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 22. (MORE)

Dogfish Dash draws thousand plus runners (
More than 1,000 runners took to the streets of Milton on Sunday, Sept. 26 to raise some $26,000 for the Nature Conservancy in the 2010 Dogfish Dash race. (MORE)

Kings Creek Hosts DSP Camp Barnes Golf Tourney Friday (
The Delaware State Police will host a golf tournament Friday at Kings Creek CC in Rehoboth that will benefit the Camp Barnes Organization. (MORE)

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Today’s Local Events:

  • Dewey Beach Music Conference
  • CHHS Field Hockey at Sussex Central
  • IRHS Field Hockey vs. Caravel
  • CHHS Girls Volleyball vs. Caesar Rodney
  • IRHS Girls Volleyball at Delmar
  • CHHS Boys Soccer at Lake Forest
  • IRHS Boys Soccer vs. Caesar Rodney
  • Magician Rich Bloch LIVE

Enjoy your day,   Dave Burris Coastal Sussex Morning News

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