FALL WORK - Robert Johnson, of the City of Seaford Public Works Department, works to clean up a pile of brush in the Westview area of Seaford on Monday morning. The cityís leaf and limb policy was the topic of discussion at the Sept. 28 Seaford Mayor and Council meeting. See a story in next weekís Seaford Star about the policy.

Photo by Ronald MacArthur

Local people join to help Florida hurricane victims

APPLE-SCRAPPLE WEEKEND IS HERE - This weekend marks the 13th annual Apple-Scrapple Festival in Bridgeville. Events start on Friday night, continue all day Saturday and end with a street dance on Saturday night. See a schedule on page 22.

GETTING READY - Plans are beginning to take shape for an event that is four years away. Page 2

TOPS IN BUSINESS - These business leaders stand out among those serving this area. Page 6

EXPLOSIVES FOUND - There could be danger in your driveway - if itís made of clam or oyster shells. Page 8

YOUNG HERO - A young Seaford man listens and saves two lives from the lessons he learns during Fire Prevention Week. Page 10

CLOCK IS TICKING - The deadline is nearing for you to register to vote. Page 12

ALL WET - You wonít believe where police had to look for an escaped robbery suspect. Page 39

AFTER SCHOOL - A school in the Woodbridge School District is becoming a safe haven for children after school. Page 48

AND ITíS SOLD - Seafordís Kiwanians celebrate a milestone with their 50th annual auction. Page 49

SHUTOUT WIN - Seafordís Blue Jays roll over Polytech on Friday night. Page 50