NO EASY TASK - Workers are shown Sunday near the Rite Aide in Seaford. Work along Stein Highway to replace utility poles that started in August will probably go through October. The work sometimes requires that one west-bound lane on the highway be closed The work day goes from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. Verizon is taking down 34 utility poles and replacing them with new, 60-foot poles.

Photo by Bryant Paul Richardson

Seaford schools start year with new members of administration and staff

AWARD - 12-year-old Kasey Tull is presented the "John Hollis Award." Page 3 - By Tony E. Winds...

ALUMNI - Trisha L. Newcomer of Laurel has been selected to receive the 2014 Distinguished Alumni Award. Page 5 -

Trisha L. Newcome...

BUSINESS - Rehoboth Beach hotel made of wood is causing a buzz. Page 8 -

The Hudson Brothe...

FESTIVAL - Organizers promise something for everyone at Ferry Festival. Page 12 - By Linda Allen
DEBATE - Council candidates discuss role of government, sheriff. Page 24 - By Lynn R. Parks...

DOG DAYS - Local dog owners honor their pets during the August Dog Days of Summer. Pages 32 and 33 -

PRIMARY - Candidates discuss the issues and why they are the better choice for office. Pages 1B to 5B. -

FOOTBALL - Western Sussex varsity football preview stories begin on page 37. -

FIELD HOCKEY - The Seaford, Woodbridge, and Sussex Tech field hockey teams are ready for action. Pages 37, 38, and 42 -

DRAG RACING - Summer racing continued last weekend at the Dragway in Delmar. Page 40 - By Charlie Brown...