FUN ON THE NANTICOKE - With the Riverwalk and carnival in the background, rafters taking part in the float-in drift along during the Nanticoke Riverfest on Saturday. See a story on page 4 and photos on pages 15, 16, 28 and 29.

File photos by Ronald MacArthur

Money is cut for ferry replacement in Woodland

ON THE BLOCK - This week marks the 65th summer opening of the Laurel Farmers Auction Market. Page 3

PROJECT FUNDS - There wasn’t much money to go around for special projects in this area, but the General Assembly did allot funds for recreation and a bike path. Page 11

PROJECT CUT - Bridgeville Commission President Joe Conaway is not happy about a project cut out of the DelDOT project budget. Page 13

ON THE RIVER - Local mayors compete for the coveted Mayors Challenge Cup during the Nanticoke Riverfest. One comes home (dry) and the winner. Page 16

SCHOLAR - A Seaford student is the first local graduate to win a scholarship from the MS Society. Page 14

PARK PARTY - The Trap Pond Partners are planning fun and entertainment this weekend at Trap Pond State Park. Page 23

ON ALERT - Terrorism is on everyone’s minds. The Delaware State Police offer common-sense tips on what to do if you see something suspicious. Page 39

SEEING STARS - This is the season for Little League all stars with tournaments in full swing this week. Inside sports