The Morning News for October 7, 2010

by Dave on October 7, 2010


This Week’s Coastal Sussex Weekly Magazine (Coastal Sussex)
Read about Clear Space Productions Red Carpet Kickoff; artist Michael Sprouse; the Towers at Fort Miles; an interview with new Dewey Beach Mayor Diane Hanson; and much more. (Click here to read the issue) or (Click here for a printable PDF file) **AVAILABLE AFTER 8:30am**

Markell: State Hasn’t Been “Honest” With Students (Coastal Sussex)
Governor Jack Markell told an audience during Milton’s Governor’s Day that we need to do a better job of preparing our students for the outside world. (MORE)

UD Poll: Coons, Carney Enjoy Wide Leads (Coastal Sussex)
Four weeks before Election Day 2010, Delaware Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate Chris Coons holds a commanding 19-point lead over his Republican opponent, Christine O’Donnell. (MORE)


Coons Leads O’Donnell By Wide Margin in FDU Poll (Coastal Sussex)
Republican Senate candidate Christine O’Donnell is actually better known to Delaware’s likely voters than Democrat Chris Coons: 93% say they have heard of Coons, while 97% say they have heard of O’Donnell. (MORE)

Two Arrested for Burglaries 2 Days in a Row (Coastal Sussex)
On Monday, Delaware State Police arrested Will B. Showard, 32, and Kalijah L. Dukes, 29, of E. Morris Lane in Millsboro for a burglary to a shed which occurred on September 16 and 17 of this year. (MORE)

Wilmington Trust falls 6% on capital raise report (MarketWatch)
Shares of Wilmington Trust Corp tumbled Wednesday morning after a published report said the Delaware bank is looking for a capital infusion. (MORE)

State near top in binge drinking (Delmarva Now)
Almost one in five Delawareans engages in binge drinking, one of the highest rates in the U.S. (MORE)

State Police Make Drug Bust in Ocean View (Coastal Sussex)
Delaware State Police Sussex Drug and Sussex Governor’s Task Forces on Monday, as a part of a two month investigation into illegal drug distribution, have a arrested an Ocean View man, Shane M. Brice, for illegal drug distribution of cocaine and marijuana. (MORE)

Attorney General Calls on Bank of America, JP Morgan Chase and Ally to Halt Foreclosures (Coastal Sussex)
Attorney General Beau Biden has called on three banks to stop foreclosure actions in Delaware amid questions about their foreclosures procedures. (MORE)

It’s all about jazz, baby: Festival has more performances than ever before (Coast Press)
One of the biggest music celebrations at the beach is back with its biggest lineup ever. (MORE)

New Salon Opens in Milton’s Paynter’s Mill (Coastal Sussex)
When he started cutting hair 10 years ago, Tom Archino knew that one day he would open his own business. (MORE)

Cape soccer stuns IR with 1-0 victory (Cape Gazette)
The result had to be unexpected for the game’s winner as well as the loser. (MORE)

SCHS Drama Students Stage 12th Night (Coastal Sussex)
Sussex Central High School’s Take II Drama Club will stage William Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night, or What You Will on October 21-23 at the school’s Centre for the Visual and Performing Arts. (MORE)

Special Olympics Delaware Soccer Skills Competition October 12 (Coastal Sussex)
Weeks of training culminate as athletes from local schools come together to compete against each other in Special Olympics Delaware’s annual Sussex County Soccer Skills Competition on October 12 at Howard T. Ennis in Georgetown. (MORE)

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Enjoy your day,

Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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