Seaford moving ahead with construction projects. Henry Palmer Masonry is busy at work on the addition to the Seaford City Hall Annex on High Street. The addition will house antique fire engines and other items from the Seaford Volunteer Fire Dept. See page 3 for an update on the city’s plans for a new City Hall at the intersection of High and Market streets.

Photo by Lynn Parks

APPLE SCRAPPLE - See pages 4, 8 & 9 for articles and a list of events for Apple-Scrapple 2002.

Greenwood’s comprehensive plan - The Greenwood Town Council last week unanimously approved the municipality’s first-ever comprehensive land use plan. Page 2

‘Snow Ball 2003’ ice sculpture - “Snow Ball 2003” on Saturday, Jan. 25, at the Seaford Golf and Country Club will feature an ice sculpture as part of its dramatic decorations for the event. Page 6

‘Three Hits And A Miss’ concert - Seaford Community Concert Association presents its opening concert of the season, “Three Hits & A Miss,” Wednesday, Oct. 16, at 8 p.m., at the Seaford High School auditorium. Page 6

Sussex County Land Use Plan - The Sussex County Council held a public meeting Tuesday, Oct. 1, on the proposed Land Use Plan. Page 20

Seaford Library celebrating 100th - The Seaford Library started its 100th anniversary celebration last week with music and a walk down Memory Lane. Page 31

Drowning, hit & run investigated - A drowning Friday in the Nanticoke River and a fatal hit and run Monday night are two of the items in this week’s Police Journal. Page 44