The Morning News for November 10, 2010

by Dave on November 10, 2010


Sussex County GOP vents anger (Delaware Online)
A growing number of southern Delaware Republicans are taking out post-election frustration on state party Chairman Tom Ross for criticizing Christine O’Donnell during the divisive GOP Senate primary. (MORE)

Gas prices on the rise (WHYY)
As the new work week begins, Delawareans will find their wallets a bit lighter while traveling to their job. (MORE)

Rehoboth noise law under review (Cape Gazette)
Over two days of meetings, Rehoboth Beach residents, businesspeople and elected officials came together to discuss changes to the city’s noise ordinance. (MORE)


Sussex sewer project extended (Delaware Online)
Sussex County officials approved a sewer expansion on Tuesday over the concerns of state transportation officials, who say it could add to the cost of the controversial U.S. 113 bypass project. (MORE)

3 Charged in Connection With Lewes Boating Accident (WBOC)
Delaware Division of Fish and Wildlife Enforcement agents on Nov. 3 arrested three men in connection with a boating accident that occurred near the Lewes Boat Ramp. (MORE)

Love at first sight for Wiggins (Delaware Wave)
When Josh Wiggins stepped into the kitchen, it was love at first sight. (MORE)

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

Avid theater-goers now have a place to call home (Delaware Wave)
Avid theater-goers no longer have to travel far from home to experience performances by highly qualified actors at an affordable price. (MORE)

Y hosts Strong Kids dinner Nov. 18 (Cape Gazette)
Lisa Bryant of WBOC-TV’s news department will be the emcee at this year’s Sussex Family YMCA Strong Kids Campaign Thank You Dinner. (MORE)

Start of the busy season (Delaware Wave)
By the time that the chilly November winds began to sweep the coast, the devotees of the sun and surf were long gone. (MORE)

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Enjoy your day,

Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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