The Morning News For April 4, 2011

by Dave on April 4, 2011



Sponsored by Prudential Gallo, REALTORS, who has a free app that allows you to search for any home in Sussex County right from your mobile phone.  The app will search for homes based on your phone’s GPS location, and provides full property details with map and photos.  To get the app, text: GALLO to: 87778, or click here for the free download.

WWII Military Ordnance Detonated in Sussex County (WBOC)
The phones in the WBOC newsroom lit up with calls from people saying they heard a loud explosion in the Millsboro and Georgetown areas Saturday night. (MORE)

3 PCs seized from library by Rehoboth PD (WGMD)
The Rehoboth Beach Police Department is investigating a subject that was observed viewing pornographic images on public computers at the library. (MORE)

Dogfish Head founder flattens rumors (Delaware Online)
What began as a trickle of doubt — a sleepy Facebook page for the “Brew Masters” TV show — turned into a torrent of suspicion and anger this week as rumors raced across the Internet that Delaware’s Dogfish Head Brewery had been rudely bumped off national cable. (MORE)

Rehoboth circle wall is a concern (Delmarva Now)
Commissioners will likely consider a reconfiguration of the Rehoboth Avenue circle at their next meeting. (MORE)

Rehoboth police guilty of misconduct (Cape Gazette)
The Sussex County Court of Common Pleas has found the Rehoboth Beach Police Department has engaged in “entrenched, flagrant misconduct” in its handling of testing for DUI cases. (MORE)

Engineering firm seeks dismissal of Delaware lawsuit over Indian River Inlet Bridge (Delaware Online)
A design consultant firm on the roadway approaches for the abandoned Indian River Inlet Bridge project that is being sued by Delaware says the case should be thrown out because it’s a subcontractor that was not hired by the state. (MORE)

Delaware state senator says medical pot bill was passed without advice from Medical Society or Attorney General (Newark Post)
One downstate Delaware senator is unhappy with the passage of the medical marijuana bill, saying that the legislative body did not seek advice from other sources. (MORE)

Delaware Duck Stamp: For artist, a trio of trout wins (Delaware Online)
George W. Bradford has won the Delaware Duck Stamp competition three times — each by depicting one of Delaware’s three trout species. (MORE)

First roller derby term in Sussex County in works (Delmarva Now)
In the 1980s, Jessica Farley traveled just about everywhere on her roller skates. As time passed, she traded her wheels for heels, becoming a communications instructor at Delaware Technical & Community College. (MORE)

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Enjoy your day,
Dave Burris
Coastal Sussex Morning News

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