The Morning News for October 25, 2010

by Dave on October 25, 2010


Sussex seniors face end to transit service (Delaware Online)
Several barriers kept 80-year-old Emily Broch from her doctor’s office, which is 15 miles from her Georgetown home. (MORE)

Waitress uses victim’s credit info to buy tires (6abc)
Delaware State Police made an arrest in an identity theft case which occurred at a Lewes area tire center. (MORE)

Clout of ‘values voters’ will be tested in election (News Journal)
With the U.S. economy still in critical condition, millions out of work or forced out of their homes, thousands of businesses struggling to survive, it seems reasonable that most see those problems as the No. 1 issue of this election cycle. (MORE)


Saturday morning fire on Camp Arrowhead Rd under investigation (WGMD)
Indian River firefighters assisted Rehoboth Fire Company with a house fire on Camp Arrowhead Road just before 4 Saturday morning. (MORE)

Georgetown woman helps Hispanic community (Delmarva Now)
The Rev. Chris Posch still remembers his first meeting with Sister Maria Mairlot. It was 1990 and Mairlot and the Carmelite Sisters of Charity were living among a community of Salvadorans in Washington, D.C. (MORE)

Dewey Beach PD looking for missing MD man (WGMD)
Dewey Beach Police are looking for a missing Maryland man.  Police are looking for 36 year old Jung Han Lee from Silver Spring, Maryland – he’s about 5′ 6″ and 150 pounds. (MORE)

Two opponents want money spent wisely (Delaware Online)
Every now and then, Sussex County employees complain about their purchasing director, Frank Shade. “I am a tightwad,” he said. (MORE)

Dozens Hit The Beach For Halloween Skimboard Fest (WJZ 13)
Dozens took to the sands at Dewey Beach for the Sea Witch Skim Fest, riding the wet sand in Halloween costumes. (MORE)

William & Mary upsets No. 2 Delaware, 17-16 (
Jonathan Grimes hit Chase Hill for a 6-yard touchdown on a halfback option pass with 6 minutes, 25 seconds left to play as William and Mary upset Delaware, 17-16, in Williamsburg, Va., on Saturday. (MORE)

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Enjoy your day,

Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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