Sussex paramedics Lorri Bradley and Glenn Marshall pose with their unit at the current station in Blades as their shift begins on Tuesday morning.

Photo by Ronald MacArthur

Paramedics switching stations in west Sussex



A FUN-FUND RAISER - An evening with great food and lots of laughs is also a major fund raiser for the Nanticoke Health Services Ladies Auxiliary. Page 2

TOP OF THE LIST - You’ve heard of the famous Top 10 list, the City of Seaford has its own list of priorities for the coming fiscal year. Page 3

JAY’S NEST - The playground built by volunteers is in need of more help for some upcoming work days. Page 4

SIGN SAYS - Local officials are not real happy with a DelDOT plan dealing with traffic signs on state roads within city limits. Page 4

SMART DOCUMENTS - You won’t believe how a local entrepreneur started his custom mailing and printing business. Page 6

POLICE MOVING - A local Delaware State Police Troop is planning a major move to a new location on U.S. 13. Page 12

LOTS OF LADYBUGS - The story behind the official state insect is a heart-warming one that was born inside an elementary school classroom. Page 13

STRONG START - The Woodbridge varsity baseball team has been one of the pleasant surprises of the spring sports season so far. Could the Raiders make it 4-0 with a win over Milford? Page 27

DINING GUIDE - It’s spring. It’s time to get outside again. It’s time to go out to eat. “Dining on Delmarva” has everything to help you select that special restaurant. See the guide inside this edition.