Taking the plunge - More than 2,000 people braved the bitter cold to take part in the 13th annual Polar Bear Plunge for Special Olympics on Sunday afternoon in Rehoboth Beach. Above, some “Bears” stayed in to enjoy the 32-degree ocean and, right, members of the Seaford High School Key Club huddle together before the plunge. More than $330,000 was raised during the event.

Photos by Ronald MacArthur

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YES VOTE - Woodbridge School District voters turn out in spite of bad weather to approve a referendum to expand and improve facilities. Page 2

YOUTH FOUNDATION - The Horsey family hopes to raise $1 million to help youth in southern Delaware. Page 4

BOWLING - A young student’s special class project will help raise funds for the Seaford Mission. Page 9

THOUGHTS OF SPRING - This Bridgeville couple’s garden starts during the winter in their greenhouse. Page 36

US 13 INTERSECTION - State officials are planning a hearing later this month to discuss plans to fix a dangerous intersection. Page 9

RETIREES - Two special people retire from local post offices on the same day. Pages 38 and 39

COURT SUCCESS - The Seaford Middle School boys’ basketball team is finding success off the court as well as on. Page 18

GETTING MARRIED? - Special section inside has everything you need for the big day.