The Morning News for December 21, 2010

by Dave on December 21, 2010


Restoration of state beaches to begin next month (Delaware Online)
Mobilization has begun for a beach restoration project along portions of the Delaware coast that were severely damaged by storms last fall. (MORE)

Rehoboth board reviews emergency operations plan (Cape Gazette)
The Rehoboth Beach commissioners are working on changes to the city’s emergency planning and operations ordinance that expands and clarifies the duties of city officials during a natural disaster or emergency. (MORE)

Rehoboth man charged with burglary (WGMD)
While investigating a burglary in Camelot Meadows in Rehoboth, State Police developed 23 year old Justin Pecco of Rehoboth as a suspect and searched his home. (MORE)


Christmas decorations back up at Lewes ferry terminal (Cape Gazette)
First they were up, then they were down, and now they’re back up again. (MORE)

Townsends Inc. bankruptcy: Banks owed $60.7 million (Delaware Online)
Townsends Inc., which operates chicken and egg farms in Delaware, Arkansas and North Carolina, filed for bankruptcy protection after poultry prices fell and feed costs climbed. (MORE)

Rehoboth Beach Main Street selects decorating contest winners (Cape Gazette)
Downtown Rehoboth Beach is all lit up, and the Rehoboth Beach Main Street holiday decorating contest winners have been selected. (MORE)

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Enjoy your day,

Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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