The Morning News for October 22, 2010

by Dave on October 22, 2010


O’Donnell Regrets First Political Ad (New York Times)
First Christine O’Donnell dabbled in witchcraft, then she was emphatically “not a witch.” But apparently, the Republican candidate for Delaware’s Senate seat can’t seem to leave the coven behind her entirely. (MORE)

Delaware candidates talk schools, taxes (Delmarva Now)
Hundreds of potential voters braved the rain Wednesday for what may be the only opportunity to see most of Delaware’s congressional candidates together in one room. (MORE)

Sussex woman sought in liquor store embezzlement (Delaware Online)
A 40-year-old Sussex County woman who was indicted in August for embezzling nearly $15,000 from a Rehoboth business is being sought by state police. (MORE)


Eating For Less At The Beach (Coastal Sussex)
Coastal Sussex is known for its beautiful beaches, sparkling surf–and fine dining. And boy, do the tourists know it.  They blanket the beach during the day and clean their plate at night. (MORE)

Reality Comes To Dewey (Coastal Sussex)
The Rusty Rudder was bustling with excitement last Saturday night as dozens of young locals auditioned for an upcoming reality television show, to be filmed in Dewey Beach during the summer of 2011. (MORE)

Leaf burning prohibited statewide to protect public health (Delaware Wave)
With autumn leaves beginning to fall, the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control’s Division of Air Quality reminds residents that burning leaves is prohibited statewide. (MORE)

Brady, Dailey to square off for recorder of deeds (Cape Gazette)
Both candidates say they plan to improve service to the residents of Sussex County. (MORE)

Lewes Library names creative writing award winner (Cape Gazette)
The Lewes Public Library recently announced that Susan Towers of Lewes is the winner of the Florence Coltman Award affiliated with the library’s forthcoming anthology of creative writing, “No Place like Here: an Anthology of Southern Delaware Poetry & Prose,” to be published later this year. (MORE)

Offshore wind a ‘mixed bag’: University of Maryland study (R & D Magazine)
Offshore wind power offers a feasible way for Maryland to help meet its renewable energy goals, but presents some economic and political hurdles, concludes a new study by the University of Maryland Center for Integrative Environmental Research (CIER). (MORE)

Delaware Men’s Basketball to be on T.V. 6 Times (WBOC)
The University of Delaware men’s basketball team will appear on television six times while the women will appear twice during the 2010-11 regular season, as the Colonial Athletic Association announced its basketball package Tuesday at the league’s Media Day. (MORE)

I’m In An Airplane? (Coastal Sussex Voices)
Boy, am I flying this morning. Literally. I’m sitting in the back seat of a single-engine Cessna, tagging along with Bob Derrickson and Rich Boyd, as they practice their instrument landings and prepare for tomorrow’s flight to Cooperstown, NY. (MORE)

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Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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