The Morning News for December 20, 2010

by Dave on December 20, 2010


Delaware heading to FCS title game (Philly Inquirer)
Delaware reached the NCAA Division I Football Championship Subdivision title game by following the most elementary of rules – winning the turnover battle. (MORE)

Groups decry attempts in Congress to earmark dredging (Delaware Online)
Citizen groups are protesting continued congressional efforts to set aside money for part of the Delaware River channel-dredging project, citing unsettled lawsuits, pending appeals and continuing disputes over the need for the $332 million project. (MORE)


State’s jobless rate rises in November (Delaware Online)
Delaware’s jobless rate ticked a bit higher in November but is expected to continue its broader positive trend through 2011. (MORE)

Fenwick considers Route 1 sidewalks (Delmarva Now)
Officials are considering the installation of sidewalks along Route 1 to make the town more walkable and pedestrian-friendly. (MORE)

Pink trees gift hope for holidays (Delmarva Now)
In November 2008, Karen Starr’s world was turned upside down after learning she had been diagnosed with breast cancer. (MORE)

South Bethany property owners want park kept as is (Coastal Point)
Nearly 73 percent of South Bethany property owners returned the Richard Hall Memorial Park Opinion Survey to the town by the 4:30 p.m. deadline on Dec. 10. Of them, more than 80 percent said they want the park left in its current state — a strong statement of opposition to proposals to add features such as a pavilion, exercise stations and/or playground equipment to a portion of the existing wooded parcel. (MORE)

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Enjoy your day,

Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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