The Morning News for October 1, 2010

by Dave on October 1, 2010


Rehoboth Man Charged from 1992 Alleged Sexual Assault (
Delaware State Police on Wednesday arrested a Rehoboth man for crimes that are alleged to have occurred during 1991 through 2002. (MORE)

Protesters urge Indian River to hire minority educators (
A group of protesters gathered outside Indian River High School on Tuesday, Sept. 28 to urge the Indian River School District to hire more minority educators. (MORE)

Millville council reluctant on price for OV policing (Coastal Point)
On Tuesday, Sept. 28, the Millville Town Council met to discuss the proposal it has received from the Town of Ocean View on that town providing Millville with policing and 911 services. (MORE)


Candidates face off in Lewes candidate forum (
Several local candidates sparred Wednesday night during a League of Women Voters candidate forum at the Lewes Library. (MORE)

County eyes an acre of solar with EOC plans (Coastal Point)
Sussex County government is one step closer to supplementing some of its power supply with solar power. (MORE)

Council defers action on Plantations Rd. plans (
Sussex County Council took no action on a planned  three building office complex proposed for Plantations Road at its Tuesday, Sept. 28 meeting. (MORE)

County approves helicopter landing site near Frankford (Coastal Point)
Sussex County Council this week approved a conditional use for a private helicopter landing site near Frankford, for use of the property’s owner, who said he would use the helicopter to visit local sites. (MORE)

For Delaware schools, ‘you’re hired’ comes down to the wire (Delaware Online)
Two days before school began, Philip Sullinger got the call. He was offered a full-time job teaching third grade at Red Clay Consolidated School District’s Mote Elementary in Mill Creek. (MORE)

Delaware Offers Rebates For Home Energy Upgrades (AP)
Delaware officials are offering homeowners a rebate program aimed at saving money and improving the environment. (MORE)

Ocean View receives grant for solar array (Coastal Point)
The Town of Ocean View has received a $458,000 energy grant from the Delaware Energy Office, officials announced this week. (MORE)

Celebrity Chefs Beach Brunch Sunday (
Over twenty-five regional chefs will descend upon Dewey Beach to show off their culinary artistry on the first Sunday in October for the Seventh Annual Celebrity Chefs’ Beach Brunch. (MORE)

Our Coast Is The Most! (Coastal Sussex Weekly)
Sometimes you just have to stop and celebrate our great natural wonder – The Delaware Coast. And that’s just what will take place in Lewes this weekend. (MORE)

Like Mother, Like Daughter: A Family Affair at Patsy’s Gourmet (Coastal Sussex Weekly)
As far as the Rankins are concerned, the family that cooks together stays together. (MORE)

The Cape Henlopen Lighthouse (Coastal Sussex Weekly)
For more than 160 years, she held faithful vigil over the often treacherous waters of coastal Delaware, her far-reaching light shining for mile upon mile across the Atlantic Ocean. (MORE)

What’s Up With…Paul Kuhns & the Museum Connection? ( Voices)=
“Our history as a town may only go back 110 years or so, but there is so much more here,” says Paul Kuhns, Rehoboth Beach Historical Society president. “Now that we have the museum open, people are finding that out!” (MORE)

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This Weekend’s Local Events:

  • Friday

    Bike To The Bay

    Dewey Beach Music Conference

    Lewes Merchants’ Sidewalk Sale

    Rehoboth Beach Sidewalk Sale

    Cape May Lewes Ferry Sunset Wine Cruise

  • SaturdayBike To The Bay

    Boast the Coast Day

    Dewey Beach Music Conference

    Lewes Merchants’ Sidewalk Sale

    Rehoboth Beach Sidewalk Sale

    Historic Lewes Farmer’s Market

    Milford Farmers Market

    3rd Annual Wings & Wheels Festival

    Blessing of the Animals Service

    Mid-Atlantic Symphony Orchestra Season Premiere

    Larzine with the Joe Holt Trio – Love, Jazz and Razzmatazz

  • SundayCoast Day

    Lewes Merchants’ Sidewalk Sale

    Rehoboth Beach Sidewalk Sale

    Celebrity Chef’s Beach Brunch


    Tie The Knot Wedding Expo

Enjoy your day,
Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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