The Morning News for April 6, 2011

by Dave on April 6, 2011



Sponsored by Schell Brothers.

Couple leaves children in car, burglarizes doctor’s office (Delaware Wave)
Delaware State Police charged a couple yesterday in connection with two burglaries at the Baybees Pediatrics property, formerly belonging to Dr. Earl Bradley. (MORE)

Police Search Sussex Library Computers for Child Porn (WBOC)
Police said they are searching for evidence of child pornography on three computers seized from the Rehoboth Beach Public Library. (MORE)

Dogfish, Realtors volunteer for Habitat (Delmarva Now)
The banging of hammers and the buzz of saws rang out along Rehoboth Avenue as volunteers took part in the second annual Framing Frenzy. (MORE)

***At Schell Brothers, our #1 goal is happiness and this week, we’re smiling about the unveiling of our new Mulberry model at The Villages at Herring Creek.  This is the first home in our specially-designed Courtyard Series, offering an outdoor living environment that you have to see to believe.   Tour the Mulberry model and you’ll experience a delightful courtyard that provides a place to unwind, connect with friends, or get away from it all.  Step into the luxurious outdoor space and imagine yourself relaxing with neighbors or enjoying an intimate dinner whenever you please.   Visit our Mulberry model and see for yourself!***

Starboard TV travels behind the scenes (Delaware Wave)
Starboard TV is in its second year of airing exclusive online footage of happenings at the popular restaurant. (MORE)

Annual Underwater Scour and Pier Inspection Set for Indian River Inlet Bridge (WBOC)
The Delaware Department of Transportation on Tuesday announced that Collins Engineers will be performing a fathometer survey on the piers of the existing Indian River Inlet Bridge on Monday, April 11 and Tuesday, April 12. (MORE)

Dewey gets new ‘Port’ of call for seafood (Delmarva Now)
For 22-year-old Zack King, owning a restaurant is a dream come true. (MORE)

Delaware lawmakers eye bill requiring parental consent before minor can receive abortion (AP)
Delaware lawmakers have introduced a bipartisan bill that would require parental consent before a girl under the age of 18 can receive an abortion. (MORE)

Low turnout for sidewalk workshop (Delmarva Now)
Public participation was moderate at the first open workshop to introduce proposed plans for a new sidewalk along Route 1. (MORE)

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Enjoy your day,
Dave Burris
Coastal Sussex Morning News

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