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  • Atkins: Bills Benefit Hunters
  • Venables Lists HB99 Concerns
  • Lee: Tech Board Should be Elected
  • Coast Needs Better Representation
  • Booth Backs H.B. 97
  • Gov. Minner Unveils '03 Agenda
  • Bunting: Marina Privatization Flawed
  • Lee: Nightclub Safety a Priority
  • Venables: Prevent Human Cloning
  • Hocker: O.V. Post Office Priority
  • Vets' Home Should be in Sussex
  • Carey: Pleased with DMV Building
  • Sen. Bunting Encouraged by Finance Ratings
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  • Gov. Minner a Star
  • Writer Challenges SR-1 Grid Plan
  • Other Top News:

  • Dewey Town Manager Resigns
  • Environmental Zone Ordinance Tabled
  • New IR Bridge Design Unveiled
  • Never Forget Theme of 9/11 Ceremony
  • County Cancels 'Prime-Time' Meeting
  • Milford Plant Creating 125 Jobs
  • County OKs Multi-Family, Golf Project
  • County Pays$1.1M for DSP, Paramedic Site
  • Students Send Items to Troops
  • Permit OK'd for Assawoman Dredging
  • Sussex Man Dies of Legionnaire's Disease
  • County Gets $1.1 Million in Block Grants
  • County Discusses CLUP Ordinances
  • Budget OKd; Sheriff's Plan Denied
  • Inland Bays Regulations Introduced
  • Sheriff Seeks Major Expansion
  • Palisades Denied; Trial for Night Meetings
  • No Tax Increase in County Budget
  • School Funding Change Proposed
  • 'Live Near Work' Program Questioned
  • State Bill Would Cost Counties, Towns
  • County OKs Grant for Drainage
  • Project Proposed Near Wildlife Area
  • Gov. Unveils Legislative Agenda
  • County Hears Plans for Rt. 54 Shops
  • County Spends $600K on Land Purchase
  • County OKs Cedar Neck Developments
  • County OKs Cedar NeckDevelopments
  • County OKs Projects in Marathon Session
  • Coastal Growth Focus of County Council
  • Threat Level at Orange in Delaware
  • County OKs More Demolitions of Mobile Homes
  • County Audit Shows Strong Financials
  • County Tables Cedar Neck Developments
  • County to $369M for Road Work
  • Allfirst to Stay Open, 165 Jobs Lost
  • County OKs Plans for 1,056 Homes
  • County Hears Plans for Shooting Facility
  • State of the State Address
  • F.I. Fires Finance Administrator
  • State Gets $47M Windfall
  • State Implements AMBER Alert
  • New State Reps Get Started
  • Rogers New County Council President
  • F.I. Administrator Gets $2,000 Bonus
  • County Bond Rating Jumps Two Grades
  • County Approves Land Use Plan
  • County OKs Two Large Developments
  • Dickerson Hearing Postponed
  • Dickerson Hearing Moved to Bethany
  • Dickerson Sues Town of F.I., Council
  • F.I. Being Investigated by DOJ
  • F.I. Council Defends Budget, Fees
  • Council Defers Votes on Two Large RPCs
  • Rehoboth's Jacobs Tourism Person of Year
  • County Gives State Police $176,000 Grant
  • Sea Witch Scaring Up Good Times
  • Rental Tax Aggravates F.I. Businesses
  • Major Candidates Forum Oct. 28
  • County Hears Proposal For Library Funds
  • Coastal Groups Still Unhappy With CLUP
  • County OKs $500,000 for Farm Preservation
  • Council Hears Request for Veterans' Home
  • F.I. Council Under Fire Again
  • P&Z Alters CLUP Wording on Densities
  • Preservation Program Seeks County's Help
  • Lewes Birds Positive for West Nile
  • Governor Orders Cuts in Budget
  • IRHS Groundbreaking on Oct. 1
  • F.I. Chief to Get Termination Hearing
  • Parsons Big Winner in Bethany
  • Fenwick to Audit Police Department
  • County P&Z Moves Forward on Land Use Plan
  • County Road Requests Could Hit $500 Million
  • 'United We Stand' Ceremony in Sussex Video
  • Council Hears 'Peninsula' Plans
  • Election 2002: Primary Results
  • Land Use Plan Criticized at P&Z Hearing
  • Fenwick Hires 'Police Consultant'
  • Gargano Switches Parties in 20th Senate Race
  • Jazz Funeral Ends Summer
  • First Case of West Nile Found in Sussex
  • Fenwick Island Police Chief Suspended
  • Council OKs 208-Unit RPC in Clarksville
  • Sussex Dry, But No Water Ban Planned
  • Fuller Drops Out of Bethany Race
  • DelDOT Presents F.I. Route 1 Plans
  • Ames' Closing Affects 3 Stores in Sussex
  • County OKS Boatyard in Seaford Subdivision
  • Sheriff's Race Offers Referendum on Office's Powers
  • South Bethany Passes Property Regulations
  • Dewey Mayor Leaves Auditor's Race
  • Council Denies 508-Unit RPC by Boca East
  • No West Nile, But Threat Remains
  • Newcomer Tops in Fenwick Election
  • Tech 4th in State on Reading Test
  • County OKs Vegetable Plant in Bridgeville
  • Bethany Sets Up Beach Maintenance Fund
  • Mixed Results for Milford Students
  • IRSD Excels in State Tests
  • 3 Incumbents Unopposed as Filing Date Passes
  • Budget Process Irks F.I. Residents
  • F.I. Residents: Council Lied About Chief's Record
  • Council OKs 372-Unit RPC, Shopping Center
  • Woodbridge Students Better in Most Areas
  • Laurel Students Improve, But Still Falling Short
  • Acme Closing Puzzling in Millsboro
  • Delmar Students Improve on DSTP
  • Airport Terminal Officially Dedicated
  • DelTech Founder's Legacy Lives On
  • Landowners Seek Beach Access
  • 'Totem Pole' Back in Bethany
  • Mixed Test Results for GCS Students
  • Legendary Captain Dies on Fishing Trip
  • Council Hears Plans for 372-Unit RPC
  • West Won't Seek Re-Election in 41st
  • County Growth Causing Problems for Firefighters
  • Sussex Could Get Hunting, Shooting Center
  • Council Approves FY2003 Budget
  • Council Approves GIS Mapping System
  • Council Sets Hearing for Voting District Revisions Sussex Students Honored at Scholars Dinner
  • Greenwood Man Files for State Senate
  • Council Approves Sewer District Petitions
  • Council Approves 300-Unit RPC
  • Council Approves Land Acquisition Program
  • Council to Pay for More State Police
  • Council Rejects Watson Subdivision Appeal
  • Lewes Democrat Running for Congress
  • Council Approves Borrow Pit, Two Developments
  • Council Hears Land Acquisition Ordinance
  • Council Approves Airport Lease with Jimmy's Grille
  • Council Wrestles With Police Again
  • Fire Seriously Damages Georgetown Apartments
  • Nanticoke Files for Bankruptcy
  • County's Readdressing Leader Resigns
  • New Bills Introduced in State House
  • Council Chooses New County Slogan
  • Council Discusses County Reassessment
  • Millsboro Businessman Files for County Council
  • Council Rejects Extension Request on Fanning Project
  • Fenwick Mayor Vying for Phillips' Seat
  • Sheriff Sues A.G., Safety Director
  • County EMS Adopts Mass Casualty Plan
  • Council Economic Slogan Finalists Named
  • Paramedics Honored by Rotary
  • Americana Bayside Gets Sewer
  • Gov. Minner's State of the State Address
  • Council Told Mobile Home Demo Plan Working
  • Council Votes Down Night Meetings
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    Sussex Manners?

    Kerin Magill By Kerin Magill
    SCO Editor

    It happens every summer at the beach. Crowds come, they spend lots of money, and then they leave. For those of us who live here, the summer crowds are a bit of a mixed blessing. ... ... More

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