The Morning News for May 2, 2011

by Dave on May 2, 2011


A bridge so far (Delaware Online)
Janet Feuerstein declared it a bridge too tardy, albeit impressive, while browsing construction displays Saturday in the shadow of the unfinished $150 million Del. 1 span now jutting over the Indian River Inlet. (MORE)

Funland celebrates 50 years on Rehoboth Boardwalk (Delmarva Now)
Billy Johnson of Milford remembers the excitement of visiting Funland with his siblings during their annual trip to Rehoboth Beach. (MORE)

***Tonight is 1/2 price burger night at Striper Bites in Lewes. Burger night has become a great gathering point for locals in Lewes, creating a great atmosphere of neighbors. So drop by tonight from 5-9pm for great burgers & great people!***

For organizer, Delaware shredding event becomes unkind cut (Delaware Online)
As far as controversies go, a free document-shredding event doesn’t seem likely to raise much of a ruckus. (MORE)

Weather brings sand dollars ashore (Delmarva Now)
After recent high winds and big surf, beachgoers found an abundance of seashells, including sand dollars and even sea horses. (MORE)

Recession’s wake doesn’t scare Delaware boaters out of water (Delaware Online)
As his customers shied away from luxury items amid a global economic downturn, Ted Link said, he made a business decision to give up selling new boats. (MORE)

IR Inlet Bridge work doesn’t deter campers (Delmarva Now)
While construction of the new Indian River Inlet Bridge could cause traffic delays and headaches for motorists this summer, officials say the project won’t affect campers at Delaware Seashore State Park. (MORE)

Va. couple dead after Del. motorcycle crash (AP)
Delaware State Police say a Virginia couple has died after motorcycle crash. (MORE)

Delaware GOP elects new leadership (AP)
Delaware’s Republicans have elected John Sigler of Dover chairman of the state party. (MORE)

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Enjoy Your Day,
Dave Burris
Coastal Sussex Morning News

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