HOMECOMING FLAGS - The Seaford High School colorguard performs amid ribbons of purple at the end of the Seaford-Polytech football game on Friday night during the annual Homecoming activities. Seaford won the football game. See more photos on page 30.

Photo by Ronald MacArthur

Students will switch to uniforms next year

MAJOR STEP - Passage of a big referendum paves the way for a major development in Bridgeville. Page 3

NOT HAUNTED - You think the Patty Cannon house is haunted? The evidence points in another direction. Page 4

HONORING TOP BUSINESS PEOPLE - The Greater Seaford Chamber of Commerce presents several awards to top business leaders in the community. Page 12

THE CHAMPS - The Seaford High School girls’ cross country team accomplishes two firsts for the program. Page 20

BIG WEEKEND - Barbershop music and flying pumpkins highlight entertainment this coming weekend. Page 29

GREAT HOMECOMING - A king and queen, a parade, floats, the band, and a football victory add up for a great Seaford High Homecoming. Pages 20 and 30

Trick-or-treat time is 6-8 p.m.
Trick-or-treat time has been set for towns in western Sussex County for 6-8 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 31, in Seaford, Blades, Bridgeville, and Greenwood. See more information about Halloween events on page 8.

Seaford High sweeps county cross country titles on Tuesday
As of presstime Tuesday, the followin results were from the Sussex County Cross Country Championship Meet at Chapel Branch in Seaford. The Seaford High School girls’ and boys’ teams both won the county title. In addition, Seaford’s Brian Lloyd (boys), with a time of 17:53, and Caitlin McGroerty (girls) in 19:58 won the individual county titles.