The Morning News for November 8, 2010

by Dave on November 8, 2010


Chris Christie: Christine O’Donnell Created ‘Missed Opportunity To Have A Really Good United States Senator’ (Huffington Post)
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R), one of the GOP’s rising stars who is pointed to as a model for Republicans in the Northeast, sharply criticized Christine O’Donnell on Sunday, saying her candidacy led to a “missed opportunity” for the party to pick up the Delaware Senate seat. (MORE)

Dewey approves project bid, still seeking funding (Delmarva Now)
After nearly 10 years of discussion, town officials have approved a bid for the Bayard Avenue project without definite ways of financing it. (MORE)

Fitch Affirms Lewes, Delaware’s GO’s at ‘AA’; Outlook Stable (Yahoo!)
Fitch Ratings affirms the ‘AA’ rating on the following Lewes, Delaware (the city) general obligation (GO) bonds: $16,750,000 GO bonds, series 2005. (MORE)


Families needed for more than 50 Delaware kids (Delaware Online)
More than 50 children in Delaware are looking for families to adopt them, and the state’s child-welfare department is making a push this month to help them. (MORE)

Delaware 48, Towson 0 (ESPN)
Blue Hens triumph on Homecoming Day. (MORE)

Two arrested after starting fight at Wawa (News Journal)
Two Salisbury, Md., men were charged early Saturday with starting a fight in a Rehoboth Beach convenience store that spilled into the parking lot, state police said. (MORE)

Mountaire Farms to build $34.5M facility in Del. (Bloomberg BusinessWeek)
A Millsboro-based poultry processing company says it plans to build a $34.5 million plant to convert waste into products for the poultry and pet food industries. (MORE)

Scramble to protect Delaware’s beaches debated (Delaware Online)
A new push is under way to protect some 30 miles of Delaware Bay shoreline from worsening floods and erosion over the next decade, while also opening talks on the even tougher question of how much land can be saved over the long run. (MORE)

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Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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