HOLIDAY LIGHTS - Carolers turned out Monday night for the annual tree lighting (left) and Caroling at Gateway Park. Above, Cristina Garmendia of the Seaford High Naval Jr. ROTC ties a ribbon of remembrance around a tree and below, Ruthie Amoyal of Side-by-Side leads children around the park.

Photos by Ronald MacArthur

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SCHOOL IN MORNING - Students, teachers, and friends at Woodbridge High School react to the loss of one of their own. Page 4

DONATIONS NEEDED - Local food and toy drives are under way and need your help. Pages 5 and 54

TIMES TWO - Two Seaford letter carriers, who are both veterans, retire on the same day. Page 6

THANKSGIVING BREAKFAST - It’s not dinner, but more than 400 turn out for Thanksgiving Day breakfast at Applebee’s in Seaford. Page 21

TIP OFF TIME - Local high school basketball teams are getting ready to start another Henlopen Conference season. Pages 30 and 31

LOVES TO RUN - A Seaford High senior loves to run and is among the best in the state. Page 32

PARADE TIME - Downtown Seaford will come alive with lights during the annual Christmas Parade this Saturday. The nighttime parade gets under way at 7 p.m. Pages 12 and 38

CHRISTMAS FINERY - Town is going all out for its annual Christmas in Bridgeville at Woodbridge High School. Page 39

IN TRIBUTE - Dave Crimmins is leaving his position as director of the Western Sussex Boys & Girls Club. Page 54