Former Seaford City Councilman Henry Nutter (left) jokes with Councilwoman Pat Andrews-Jones at her inaugural meeting on March 12. Seated is Councilman Ed Butler. Andrews-Jones and Ronald MacArthur were sworn in for three-year terms and Mayor Daniel B. Short Jr. was sworn in for a two-year term.

Photo by Tony Windsor

Honor Roll - Morning Star Publications Inc. and area businesses salute the young people from our area who have expended the extra effort to make the honor roll. Pages 29-33

Charter School - Enthusiasm and some generous gifts help keep the Georgetown Charter School open. Page 2

Seaford Council - The city and a major industrial partner are hoping to make adjustments now that will protect the city’s wastewater treatment facility. Page 3

Police & Fire - A fund set up for a burn victim and an arrest for kidnapping and rape are items in this week’s report. Page 4

Charlie Brown - The musical, “You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown” will take center stage at the Seaford High School this weekend. Page 6

Bugeye bonus - One of the highlights of the Nanticoke Health Services Auxiliary Dinner/Auction will be a replica of a Bugeye carved by master craftsman Bill Adams of Fenwick Island. Page 13

Still busy - These so-called retired telephone workers are busy now helping others. Page 16

Small showing - Fewer than a dozen people attended Monday’s public forum on the Seaford School District’s upcoming referendum. Page 22

Yard work - Women inmates volunteered to pick up debris from the construction and mitigation site of the Nanticoke River Marina. Page 23

Pointed letters - Writers face off on the school referendum issues. Page 40

Technical woe - The photos from Saturday’s retirement dinner for Henry Nutter were damaged in processing. Look for story and pics next week.