Greater Seaford Chamber of Commerce Volunteers of the Year. Dave & Cristine Layton were named Volunteers of the Year by Paula Gunson, executive director of the Greater Seaford Chamber of Commerce, at the chamber’s Fall Dinner Meeting at the Seaford Golf & Country Club. They were named Volunteers of the Year for all the hard work they provide in planning events such as parades, the Towne & Country Fair and Riverfest entertainment schedules and sound systems, decorating of the Gateway Park and more. Dave and Christine have contributed hundreds of hours to help make the chamber’s events successful. See page 20 for story.

Photo by Mike McClure

Meet the new chief - Seaford Police Dept. as of Nov. 1 has a new chief of police. Find out more about him on page 2.

Seaford enrollment up - Seaford School District's total student population has increased by 60 students to a total of 3,426 students. Page 3

Veterans’ Day - See page 4 for times and places for local ceremonies and pages 12 and 13 for additional information.

Holiday Highlights - Special holiday events are being planned and now is the time to get involved in the fun. Page 8

Christian High School - A school scheduled to open in Sussex County next year received over $770,000 in contributions and pledges. Page 9

Book Signing party - Joseph P. Dulany and Joseph Bernstein will be joining 10 other authors at the book signing party, “Delaware in Print,” to be given by the Seaford Historical Society on Saturday, Nov. 16. Page 30

Burglary arrests - State Police have made arrests in connection with a series of break-ins in western Sussex. Page 40

$500 Giveaway - 48 Shopping Days until Christmas. See page 27