Flood waters from hurricane Floyd

Greenwood firemen Mike Walls, Jason Fannin and Chris Millman stand at the foot of Addix Avenue, looking south. The picture is shot from School Lane. Flood waters from hurricane Floyd spread over many streets in the town, including Governors Avenue, Market Street and the area called The Cove. See related story page 8. Photo by Crissy Fannin
Seaford's history told in pictures A 128-page book, entitled "Images of America, Seaford, Delaware," will be available this Thursday at the Carmen McWilliams talk at 7 p.m. at the Methodist Manor House. (Details on page 6.) The book, which contains memories from W. Wright Robinson, is a pictorial of the area from 1850 to 1950. The book will also be available at local stores or by calling Shannon Willey at the Seaford city office at 629-9173.
Chamber mixer at Seaford Burton - An After Business Hours Mixer will be held at Seaford Burton on US 13 from 5-7 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 23. Call 629-9690 for details.
High Street meeting - A High Street meeting will be held in the Seaford City Council chambers at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 28. Shannon Willey said she will be discussing traffic concerns.
Housing project - Concern about traffic issues were addressed before Seaford's Council approved a housing project for the elderly. Page 2 Page 15
Communication is key - When speaking with your physician, make sure you understand each other for the best results. Page 12