The Morning News for May 19, 2011

by Dave on May 19, 2011

Delaware Memorial Bridge tolls set to rise July 1 (
Auto tolls on the Delaware Memorial Bridge are slated to increase by $1, to $4, on July 1 following unanimous approval of the new tolls by the Delaware River and Bay Authority commissioners Tuesday. (MORE)



Circle changes approved, wall stays intact (Delmarva Now)
Motorists traveling around the Rehoboth Avenue circle may notice a change. (MORE)

Prudential Gallo, REALTORS 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.

The glass is always ‘Half Full’ in Lewes (Coast Press)
That definition, which appears on a simple sign on the back wall of Half Full in Lewes, is a mission statement, according to the restaurant’s co-owner, Joanna Goode. (MORE)

Rehoboth readies for next outfall tasks (Cape Gazette)
Engineers for Rehoboth Beach’s ocean outfall project are ready to go on a series of studies that will determine the route of the outfall pipe and its environmental impact. (MORE)

State parks introduce new app (Delmarva Now)
Delaware State Parks has launched a mobile application to provide visitors with park information including weather conditions, hours of operation and a calendar of events. (MORE)

Dewey passes mass transit regulations (Coast Press)
Area municipalities have started taking steps to protect fixed route transit systems while also increasing public safety. (MORE)

Milton man charged after colliding with DART bus (WGMD)
State Police have charged a Milton man after he collided with a Dart bus Monday night on Route 1 near Lewes. (MORE)

Bayard Ave. payments approved (Coast Press)
With work on Bayard Avenue now more than 90 percent complete, Town Council has determined how to pay for nearly the entire project. (MORE)

Rehoboth Woman Pleads Guilty to DUI (WGMD)
43-year-old Kimberly Kelleher of Rehoboth Beach was in court Tuesday to face charges, following her arrest in February after she crashed her car into a house in Rehoboth. (MORE)

Competition heats up at Spicy Food Tailgate (Coast Press)
Peppers, home of the “undisputed largest collection of hot sauces in the world,” is soon to get sauced by professional and amateur spice connoisseurs. (MORE)


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Have a great day,
Dave Burris
Coastal Sussex Morning News


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