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""~"~~JlJ~J~UUlJLIIIlll~ ilJJIII IIUHLI JIM MARTIN: Former homeless man now provides shelter for others p14 Delaware's Cape Region FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3 - MONDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2010 Education, reporting key to reforms RELATED STORIES By Ryan Mavity behavior appears unprofessional. The reforms came from recommenda- privileges at the hospital, which was tions by the hospital's Special Investiga- caught in the maelstrom of lawsuits that Beebe Medical Center is set to improve tion Commission, which was formed in followed Bradley's arrest. trust between patients and doctors and the aftermath of the arrest of pediatrician Beebe President and CEO Ieffrey Fried educate medical staff and employees on Earl Bradley on allegations he sexually said, tremendous amount of work has reporting requirements when a doctor's abused patients. Bradley enjoyed doctor gone into this report, and setting up new )) Hospital president says no truth to sale rumors - page 17 Bradley prosecution defends office search - page 18 i polices and procedures, all in the name of preventing anything like this from hap- pening again." The commission's report made 16 rec- ommendations to improve the hospital Continued on page 17 SOLEMN SERVICE COMMEMORATES WORLD AIDS DAY CHRISTMAS PARADE Annual holiday celebration steps off in Milton P3 LEWES Beebe Avenue cherry trees could face the ax P12 MURRAY ARCHIBALD, president of the CAMP Rehoboth board of di- rectors, lights the candle of remembrance during the opening of the Ser- vice of Remembrance and HoPe at All Saints' Episcopal Church in Re- DAN COOK PHOTO hoboth Beach during World AIDS Day 2010,-Wednesday, Dec. 1. More than 200 people took part in the World AIDS Day Walk. See more photos from the service in the 7.uesday, Dec. 7 issue SUSSEX County council votes to extend casino moratorium P16 -DELDOT Legislators want information On land leases P19 NRG invests $410M in pollution controls Resources and Environmental Control INDEX (DNREC) Secretary Collin O'Mara By Leah Hoenen plant this week to celebrate a public-pri- praised NRG Energy's commitment to Arts & Entertainment 74 vate partnership that is creating hundreds Delaware. "The leadership NRG is of jobs, while slashing showing is absolutely incredible, and it Indian River power plant is set to be- pollution emissions, places them among the most responsi- Cane Life " " 46 come one of the cleanest coal-burning Plant owner NRG Energy is installing ble companies in the country," he said. - --=_ pJants in the nation when new, state-of- massive equipment that will reduce air The company invested $50 million in t. assmeas 97 the-art pollution controls go online, cut- emissions of sulfur dioxide and nitrous pollution controls that are already in Obituaries . _ 22 ting greenhouse gas emissions more than oxides and nearly eliminate mercury place and will spend another $360 mil- School & Education 90 percent. State officials appeared at the and particulates. Department of Natural Continued on page 20 - 9-1 " 'Thepriceoflitm'tyisetemalvigila e].. ,, ' " ' rI I I .... I ]