Cuddly pet? From left are Emily Mancuso of Seaford, Jean Louise Livingston of Dover, Ryan Shaban of Seaford and Philip Livingston of Dover holding a seven-foot albino snake that was on display at the Woodland Ferry Festival on Saturday. Additional photos on page 30.

Photo by Phil Livingston

Seaford pauses to remember 9-11 - The 9-11 attacks at the World Trade Center in New York City and at the Pentagon were marked by a ceremony on Wednesday at the Seaford Middle and School. Page 11

Workers are exposed to dangers - Many occupations have certain risks associated with the job. One of the worst risk factors in recent memory started Sept. 11, 2001. It was during the time of the immediate rescue efforts when the dust level was the highest. The name of the problem has become World Trade Center Cough. See Dr. Anthony Policastro’s column on page 12

State trooper returns despite pain - “Can’t” and “won’t” are not words in Sgt. Sherri Benson's vocabulary. Someone telling her she has limits fuels the fire in her gut. The story of her fight back from serious injuries to return to duty as a state police officer starts on page 13.

Woodbridge plans to celebrate - The Woodbridge High School Career and Technical Department invites the community to ribbon cutting ceremonies on Thursday, Sept. 19, for the new Raider office and Construction Technology building. The ceremonies begin at 6:30 p.m. with a ribbon cutting at the Raider office; a 2x4 will be cut at 7 p.m. at the Construction Technology building.