The Morning News for March 3, 2011

by Dave on March 2, 2011




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The Morning News for March 2, 2011:

Even after 15 arrests, robberies still a problem (Delmarva Now)
After a handful of robberies shook his community during the weekend, Rehoboth Beach resident Richard Arnold said he’s worried he too will become a victim. (MORE)

Point at Cape Henlopen State Park Closes (WBOC)
Natural resources officials say the Point at Cape Henlopen State Park has closed to benefit beachnesters and migratory shorebirds. (MORE)


Volunteers sought for dune grass project (Delmarva Now)
Volunteers are welcome to participate in this year’s annual dune grass planting project. (MORE)

Lewes man sought in home invasion near Rehoboth (Delaware Online)
Warrants have been issued for the arrest of a Lewes man wanted in connection with a home invasion robbery last week near Rehoboth Beach. (MORE)

Jack Lewis mural moves closer to new home (Cape Gazette)
A mural painted by Delaware artist Jack Lewis is getting closer to its new home at the Lewes Public Library. (MORE)

Beach patrols gear up for summer (Delaware Wave)
For Beach Patrol Captain Joe Donnelly, his lifeguards have to be more than just physically fit. (MORE)

Bethany Beach Leaders Consider New Parking Concept (WBOC)
Bethany Beach officials are considering a new parking design that could change the way people park in this Sussex County resort community. (MORE)

Thrasher’s to open new location in Bethany (Delaware Wave)
Thrasher’s is coming to Bethany Beach. (MORE)

Victim in Rehoboth fire died BEFORE blaze (WGMD)
The Delaware Medical Examiner’s Office tells WGMD that the man who was found dead in an apartment above Beitzel Cabinet & Millworks following a fire there on December 13 died of natural causes. (MORE)

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Enjoy your day,
Dave Burris
Coastal Sussex Morning News

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