The Morning News for November 1, 2010

by Dave on November 1, 2010


Del. tosses civility by wayside this election (Delaware Online)
The two men stalked back and forth, like zoo animals glaring at each other from separate cages. (MORE)

Man phones in bomb threat to Rehoboth Mall store (Newark Post)
The Delaware State Police are investigating a bomb threat called in to the Rite Aid store in Rehoboth Mall Saturday  afternoon. (MORE)

Lewes tightens parking enforcement (Delmarva Now)
A long-standing state law regarding parking is now being strictly enforced within town limits. (MORE)


Federal Transit Grants Heading To Delaware (AP)
Transportation officials say four grants totaling $23 million will be used for new DART hybrid buses, expansion of the Newark rail station, a new DART maintenance facility in Lewes and the addition of a third rail for the Northeast Corridor line. (MORE)

Del. escapes the worst of foreclosure mess (News Journal)
When the news began to trickle out about paperwork problems in foreclosure cases, the real estate industry waited for chaos. (MORE)

Two arrests after shooting in Millsboro (WGMD)
Delaware State Police are investigating a shooting that happened in Millsboro Friday evening. (MORE)

Ghouls, ghosts take over Rehoboth Beach (Delaware Online)
Ghoulies and ghosties and long-leggedy beasties were on parade today as thousands of people packed this seaside town for the 21st annual Sea Witch Halloween and Fiddler’s Festival. (MORE)

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Enjoy your day,

Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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