A Riverfest chairperson Shannon Sapna and co-chairperson Laura Cannon

display two of the tubes for the Float-In that are for sale at the city office. The tubes are for use by Riverfest floaters only.


Photo by Mike McClure



TIME FOR CHANGE - If things go as expected, downtown Seaford will once again have a public clock, thanks to a local civic group. Page 2

DEMOLITION WORK - Seaford officials are making plans to demolish a building, which for many years served as home to the local senior center, and most recently a vintage fire truck. Page 3

MILLION-DOLLAR BUDGET - Bridgeville Commissioners looked at the town’s first $1 million annual budget this week. Page 5

FIRST LEDO - Bruce Johnston isn’t an easy man to impress. With 15 years of experience in the food service industry, he’s seen it all as far as the restaurant business is concerned. Page 9

YES VOTE - Woodbridge voters approved the first raise in current expense tax in 15 years by a vote of 1,802 to 1,202. Page 11

NUMBER TWO - What is the second biggest health problem in Delaware? Page 12

LAUREL’S FOURTH - For an update on Laurel’s plans for the Fourth of July celebration see page 14.

TOPS IN THE STATE - At the very least, Seaford High junior Joaquin Cabrera can be called “an active teen.” Page 15

COMPLEX ISSUE - Residents of a Laurel townhouse complex came to town hall recently to express their frustrations. Page 16

MCJROTC HONORS - Woodbridge High School’s MCJROTC holds its first annual awards ceremony. Page 29