The Morning News for April 5, 2011

by Dave on April 5, 2011

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Jury deliberations continue in Small case (Cape Gazette)
The fate of accused murderer Leslie Small hangs in the balance after jurors retired shortly before 5 p.m. Monday, April 4. They had deliberated for five hours. (MORE)

Rehoboth commissioners revisit patio ordinance arrests (WGMD)
Last summer, numerous businesses in Rehoboth Beach were found in violation of the patio ordinance, which basically says restaurants have to clear their patios of patrons by 11pm. (MORE)

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State fair takes a chance on trash queen (Delaware Online)
When it comes to trash at the Delaware State Fair, there are usually two varieties: Vocal Trash, a fan-favorite musical act that usually plays each year, and, of course, the heaps of garbage made by the thousands of visitors. (MORE)

AG alerts Delawareans to scam targeting grandparents (Cape Gazette)
Attorney General Beau Biden has advised Delawareans to be aware of scam artists preying on grandparents’ generosity toward their grandchildren. (MORE)

Needle Exchange Program Could Become Permanent (WGMD)
The Delaware Senate this week is expected to vote on a bill making Delaware’s 5-year-old needle exchange program permanent. (MORE)

Help your teen drive safer (Delaware Online)
Allowing your teenager to climb behind the wheel of a car can be a frightful proposition. (MORE)

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Enjoy your day,
Dave Burris
Coastal Sussex Morning News

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