FLOAT-IN CROWD - Part of the more than 600 floaters enter the water near the US 13 bridge in Seaford to start their float down the Nanticoke during Riverfest on Saturday.

Photos by Ronald MacArthur

Riverfest enjoys great 10th anniversary event

THEIS CELEBRATING ANNIVERSARY - Riley Culver, 14-month-old son of Robbie and Elizabeth Culver of Harrington, enjoys a visit to Theis Photography studio in Seaford. Find out how long Theis has been in business. Page 5.

DEFENSE SPENDING - Delaware will share in the money designated to strengthen the U.S. military’s capabilities. The numbers are huge. Page 2

SPCA SOLUTION - The Bridgeville Commission voted to hire the SPCA to rid the town of its stray dog problems. Page 3

PAIR OF WINS - The Nanticoke major league softball team won its first two games in the District III tournament. The all-stars had a 3-0 lead Monday night when the rains came. Page 24

NARROW LOSSES - The Woodbridge major league all-star baseball team had a pair of narrow losses in the District III tournament. Page 24

PEE-WEES - The Nanticoke Little League Blue-Gold pee-wee all-star game took place recently. See team photos on page 27

NEW SCHOOL OPENING - Delmarva Christian High School is preparing for its opening. How are things going? Page 8

BRIDGEVILLE CRIME WATCH - The Commissioners of Bridgeville have scheduled a meeting for Tuesday, July 27, at 7 p.m., regarding a Neighborhood Crime Watch program. The meeting will be held in the Town Hall, 101 North Main St., Bridgeville. All residents are welcome and encouraged to attend.