The Morning News For December 10, 2010

by Dave on December 10, 2010


Sex Offender Sought by Delaware State Police (WBOC)
Delaware State Police are searching for a “high-risk” sex offender wanted for failing to provide authorities with his new address after he moved. (MORE)

University of Delaware to host forum on the future of energy (Delaware Online)
Creating jobs in environmentally-friendly technologies will be the focus of a two-day forum at the University of Delaware next week featuring top leaders in government, industry and academia. (MORE)

Sussex Hospital Helps in Probe of Shipwreck Mystery (WBOC)
Delaware archaeologists turned to a Sussex County hospital this week hoping to find some clues surrounding a marine mystery. (MORE)


Democratic challenger bucking tradition (Delaware Online)
The stage is set for a bruising political battle Tuesday when Sen. Michael Katz will seek to topple Senate President Pro Tem Anthony DeLuca from his leadership position. (MORE)

County opts for 500-foot expansion of runway (Coastal Point)
Sussex County Council on Dec. 7 reviewed their options for the planned runway expansion at the county airport near Georgetown, which is intended to expand access for some larger aircraft and thus generate additional revenue for the county and its residents. (MORE)

Delaware State Police warning about mail scam (WGMD)
Someone from Dover contacted Delaware State Police about a letter they received in the mail, which basically stated that they were a MEGA lottery winner in the UK for 250-thousand dollars. (MORE)

CAC gets new leader in Zak and learns about sea-level rise (Coastal Point)
The Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC) for the Center for the Inland Bays (CIB) said goodbye and thank-you to outgoing CAC Chairman Ron Wuslich at their Dec. 7 meeting. (MORE)

Stocking raffle under way in Rehoboth (Cape Gazette)
Certain members of Rehoboth Beach Main Street are participating in an overstuffed stocking giveaway. There will be four stocking raffles and four stocking winners. (MORE)

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Enjoy your day,

Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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