The Morning News for January 17, 2011

by Dave on January 17, 2011


Dewey residents speak against plan (Delaware Online)
An often skeptical and sometimes scolding crowd pressed Dewey Beach council members Saturday on a potentially skyline-changing deal with developers that backers said could settle lawsuits and years of wrangling over redevelopment of the Ruddertowne complex. (MORE)

Rehoboth trees valued at $2 million (Cape Gazette)
Rehoboth Beach has prided itself on being a “Tree City USA,” and a recent study of the city’s trees has shown that this vital resource is in good shape. (MORE)

Miss Delaware makes it to Top 10 at Miss America pageant (WGMD)
Miss Delaware, Kayla Martell, isn’t the new Miss America, however she did accomplish one goal – and that was making it past the Top 15. (MORE)


Delaware construction trade jobs vanish (Delaware Online)
There once was a time when young workers with a high school education could, using their hands and their handiness, earn a good living in the construction trades. (MORE)

Police looking for runaway teen (Delmarva Now)
Delaware State Police say they are looking for a 17-year-old girl who left her parents’ home in Georgetown Saturday after an argument with them. (MORE)

Lewes working on yard-waste solutions (Cape Gazette)
The City of Lewes is continuing to discuss how it should move forward after the state prohibited mixing yard waste in with everyday household trash. (MORE)

Peak of flu season nears (Delmarva Now)
According to health officials, it’s difficult to forecast how many flu cases will be reported due to varying yearly totals. (MORE)

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Enjoy your day,

Dave Burris, Coastal Sussex Morning News

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