The Morning News for October 26, 2010

by Dave on October 26, 2010


The Ad Men Behind the Delaware Senate Race (Advertising Age)
Fred Davis paced back and forth as he talked on the phone in an effort to stay awake. (MORE)

Bethany Beach parking revenues help real estate market (Delmarva Now)
A spike in parking revenue and rentals this summer could help fund more infrastructure projects and improve the region’s real estate market, officials say. (MORE)

Sussex Co. ranks as one of the best places to retire (WTOP)
One of your favorite vacation spots — Sussex County, Del. — is considered one of the best places to retire. (MORE)


Ott attempts to communicate with victims (Cape Gazette)
Thomas A. Ott, charged in April in connection with several felony sexual offenses against minors, has attempted to contact his victims on several occasions despite the court’s prohibition from any direct or indirect communication with them or members of the victims’ family. (MORE)

Local races will have more impact here than national (News Journal Opinion)
Attention Delaware voters: The senatorial race between the two Chrisses may be the blue-light special, but it’s important that you pay close attention to the other races in the election in eight days. (MORE)

Baltimore Magazine Visits The Dogfish Head Brewery (Baltimore Magazine)
I’ve always loved Dogfish Head beer for its bold flavors and creative, avant-garde marketing (Johnny Cask might be the best beer name ever), so I was anxious to get a peek at the brewery. (MORE)

Hatchet itself not so historic, but the tradition goes way back (Delaware Online)
Rosalie Walls is Delaware’s official keeper of the hatchet. Two days after each election, she brings out the hatchet for its symbolic burial at Return Day festivities in Georgetown. (MORE)

Selbyville prepares for annual parade (Delmarva Now)
With Halloween fast approaching, the town of Selbyville is preparing its annual celebration. The biggest attraction is the annual Halloween parade. (MORE)

Rehoboth begins fundraising for holiday decorations (Delaware Wave)
Rehoboth Beach Main Street has started a new fundraiser to raise funds for more lights and decorations for future downtown Rehoboth Beach winter holiday displays. (MORE)

Governor Jack Markell officially launches Delaware’s Financial Literacy Education Fund (WGMD)
K-12 schools and non-profit organizations throughout Delaware will be able to apply for funding to increase financial and economic literacy among kids and adults, according to the governor’s office. (MORE)

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Enjoy your day,

Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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