Early on Tuesday morning, Seaford Mayor Dan Short points to the name of Richard Hill of Seaford on The Moving Wall with Harry Neill, volunteer, and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Benson, who are relatives of Hill.

Photo by Ronald MacArthur

Wall location becomes piece of sacred ground

COUNTRY CLUB REQUEST - The first meeting in the new Seaford City Hall council chambers is a hot one. Residents turn out to protest a zoning request. Page 4

PRIMARY WINNER - In a light turnout in the 39th District, Tom Chapman tops Mike McGroerty in the Democratic Primary. Page 12

WOODLAND FESTIVAL - The weather is perfect and the crowd is huge in Woodland on Saturday during the annual Woodland Ferry Festival. Pages 14,15

CHANGE OF ADDRESS - Not everyone in the area is adapting to the 911 address changes. Find out what happens when they donít. Page 17

YOUTH CURFEW - The debate over changing the youth curfew in Bridgeville still continues. Page 20

FOOTBALL OPENERS - Are you ready for some football? It appears area teams arenít quite ready as Seaford and Woodbridge fall in their openers. Page 46

BACK IN ACTION - The Star honors Athletes of the Week starting with this edition. Page 47

WALL ESCORT - Nearly 2,000 motorcycles (below) roar down U.S. 13 on Sunday to escort The Moving Wall. Pages 38, 40