The Morning News for October 18, 2010

by Dave on October 18, 2010

morningnewslogoRehoboth can’t reach consensus on patio changes (Coastal Sussex)
Rehoboth Beach wasn’t able to reach consensus during the Friday, Oct. 15 commissioner’s meeting on how to change the city’s patio regulations. (MORE)

Millsboro Woman Arrested for Lewes Robbery (Coastal Sussex)
Police on Thursday responded to the Marshall’s Department Store located in the Pelican Square Shopping Center in Lewes to investigate a shoplifting complaint. (MORE)

Dewey mayor hopes to improve communication (Delmarva Now)
With more than 35 years of experience as a sales manager and business retreat coordinator to draw upon, Mayor Diane Hanson said she hopes to overcome the commission’s recent discord. (MORE)


Engine fails on Cape May-Lewes Ferry vessel during Delaware Bay crossing (
One of the vessels in the fleet of the Cape May-Lewes Ferry experienced engine problems this morning while crossing the Delaware Bay, officials said. (MORE)

Lewes watch program grows (Delaware Online)
An initiative launched more than one year ago to keep residents safe and alert is proving successful, officials said. (MORE)

Delaware elections will shape legislative districts (News Journal)
To the casual observer, Delaware’s legislative districts can look a little like Rorschach blots, spatters of ink whose meaning is left to the beholder. (MORE)

What to do on a windy day….. (Coastal Sussex Voices)
There are a lot of great organizations in the coastal Sussex area that work to protect the many beautiful pockets of nature that we are fortunate to still have around. (MORE)   National Top Stories

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Enjoy your day,

Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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