The Morning News for November 18, 2010

by Dave on November 18, 2010


This Week’s Coastal Sussex Weekly Magazine (Coastal Sussex)
Find stories on sea glass, Slow Food Delmarva, Jingle the Giant Jellyfish, The View from The Bridge, and much more. (Click here for the online magazine version) or (Click here for the printable PDF version)  

Feds demand DelDOT changes (Delaware Online)
The Federal Highway Administration has demanded state highway officials implement reforms to prevent the possible misuse of federal money as part of the federal agency’s investigation into two questionable land deals in Milford. (MORE)

UD officials propose new land swap deal (Coast Press)
The University of Delaware no longer intends to pursue a land swap with the state to regain 66 acres of land it once owned adjacent to its College of Earth, Ocean and the Environment. (MORE)


DE House Democrats keep leaders in place, set priorities for new legislative session (Delaware First)
Delaware is one of just a few states in the nation where Democratic candidates for state legislatures enjoyed success in the November 2nd election. (MORE)

DOC looking for Rehoboth man who failed to return to the SCCC (WGMD)
Corrections officials are looking for 27 year old Alan Donoway of Rehoboth who failed to return from an authorized pass from the Sussex Community Corrections Center in Georgetown yesterday. (MORE)

‘Mayor Cupcake’ has sweet start (Coast Press)
A week before his film’s sold-out premiere at the Rehoboth Beach Film Festival, Alex Pires was in Santa Monica, Calif. (MORE)

For Delaware charities, it’s time for overdrive (Delaware Online)
With the economy still in its sickbed, area organizations are calling for turkeys, fixings and more to help feed and clothe the hungry and those continuing to struggle financially through the holidays. (MORE)

Beebe names new directors to board (Cape Gazette)
Former Superior Court Judge William Swain Lee was recently named chairman of the Board of Directors of Beebe Medical Center. (MORE)

Teens arrested after shots fired at mall security guard (6abc)
Police say two teens are in custody after one of them opened fire on a security guard following a shoplifting at a Delaware mall. (MORE)

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Enjoy your day,

Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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