Photo by Michael Sullivan

Eight-year-old Lasha McWilliams of Seaford checks out some children's websites as (from left) her mom Patrece, Delaware Attorney General Jane Brady, Kim Hoey, executive director, KINfolk, and Ken Bryan, chief operations officer of Nanticoke Health Services, look on. KINfolk is a non-profit corporation that was established in Delaware in 1999 by Brady. The organization donates laptop computers and provides free internet access to hospitals in order to keep children suffering from chronic illnesses in close contact with friends and family during their hospital stays.
Apple Scrapple weekend - Nikki Crossley finds the cars on display at last year's Apple-Scrapple of particular interest. This year's event promises to be even more appealing. See details on pages 8 - 11.

Teacher of the Year candidates - Candidates for state "Teacher of the Year" from western Sussex County are: Delmar - Julie N. Harper; Laurel - Jason Rogers; Seaford - Joan B. Harper; Sussex Tech - Dennis Redington; Woodbridge - Sherry Holmes. The winner will be announced Tuesday, Oct. 24, by Gov. Tom Carper.