POPPY TIME - Mayor Bill Bennett read a proclamation at Tuesday night's city council meeting declaring that May is Poppy Month in Seaford. He urged all citizens to wear poppies in tribute to veterans. With him is Bert Potteiger, poppy chairwoman with the American Legion Auxiliary, Nanticoke Unit 6.
Photo by Lynn R. Parks
Seaford employee health care premiums increase
GRADUATION - Look inside this edition for the faces and names of the local graduates in our annual magazine.
MEMORIAL DAY - Ceremonies in western Sussex will honor the memory of our fallen heroes. Pages 42-45
BUSINESS - Chick-fil-A's "First 100" event gives away $30,000 worth of food. Page 6
VOTING - Delaware could become the 12th state to allow Election Day registration. Page 8
LAWSUIT - Civil action accuses county councilman of assault. Page 9
RELAY - Glimpses of the West Sussex Relay for Life at Soroptimist Park. Page 24
HEALTH - Nanticoke's Steven A. Rose receives AHA's Grassroots Champion Award. Page 25
HONORS - Poultry industry honors farmers, supporters at annual event. Page 40
SOCCER TITLE - The Sussex Tech girls' soccer team clinched the Henlopen Conference title with a home win over Dover. Page 34
FIRST PLACE - Seaford's Monshea Murray was one of two Western Sussex athletes to place first in the state track and field meet. Pages 33 and 34
STARS OF THE WEEK - A Woodbridge softball player and a Sussex Tech soccer player are this week's Stars. Page 35