Seeing spots?

If you thought you saw spots last week you probably just saw Mayor Daniel B. Short taking a joy ride for the day in the new Sparrow. The Sparrow's single passenger, three-wheel design registers and parks like a motorcycle. In the back of the seating, the Sparrow offers room for your briefcase and a couple of bags of groceries. Selling for about $13,000 the Sparrow can travel up to 65 mph and can be found at Harley Davidson of Seaford. The owner of Harley Davidson of Seaford is Spuck Bennett. Here Mayor Short and Donna Bennett of the Harley Davidson of Seaford stand next to the polka-dotted car. Photo by April Durham
Seaford considering eight properties for annexation
Safety issues - The town of Blades is taking a serious look at how it can reduce risks on the streets and from the threat of dogs. Page 2
Del Tech Gala - "Starry, Starry Night," the annual gala on the Owens Campus, this year will feature the performing arts. Page 5
New director - The Sussex County Convention and Tourism Commission has selected a director to replace Cindy Small. Page 9
Anthrax controversy - The biggest problem in war is not injury due to conflict. The biggest problem in war is disease and illness. Page 14
Fashion Show - The Nanticoke Health Services Auxiliary's "Fashions 2000" will be Sunday, March 26, at St. John's Fellowship Hall. Page 15
Friends needed - Friends of the Seaford District Library are looking for more friends. Page 17
Bomb threat arrest - A 12-year-old has been arrested for making bomb threats. Page 37