Cashier Denise Jackson sells stamps to Donald Horsey, Seaford, while postal service trainer Ron VanWynsbery, Cherry Hill, N.J., helps her with the new computer system. The new Seaford Post Office opened Monday.



Photo by Lynn R. Parks



Officers honored by MADD - Three Seaford Police Officers were among 79 officers representing 19 Police agencies recognized by the Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)-Delaware Chapter for their efforts in Drunk Driving enforcement for the year 2000. The MADD Chapter held its Second Annual Officer Recognition ceremony at Delaware Technical and Community College Student Center in Georgetown. Police Officers First Class (POFC) Adam Chaffinch and James Wharton received certificates and service pins for their first-year recognition and POFC Michael Rapa received his second-year award.

Author profiles - A dozen local authors will gather at the Seaford Museum for a book signing party. Find out more about them on page 2

Land preservation - The Nature Conservancy has purchased 225 acres near Woodland that contains 75 acres of white cedar and some rare plants and animals. Page 9

Street Aid threat - A proposed change in how Street Aid Funds will be distributed has become a matter of concern for local towns. Page 15

Recovered - Police recover a car from the Nanticoke River. Page 4