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Marshall Craft, Jr. sworn in as new police chief

May 17th, 2019|Categories: MAIN HOME, SEAFORD|

Speaking at the end of the swearing-in ceremony for Seaford Police Chief Marshall Craft Jr., Tom Birowski, minister at Harvest Christian Church south of Seaford, said that he believes that Craft’s appointment “is the answer to prayer.”

“Something is stirring here in Seaford,” Birowski added. “We are seeing God’s hand move in the economy […]

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Viola Passwaters Fleming. 96

Viola Passwaters Fleming of Seaford passed away with her loving family by her side on Monday, April 29, 2019. Viola was the beloved wife of her first husband, John Passwaters and her second husband, Wes [...]

Marvin D. Stumbo, Sr., 73

Marvin D. Stumbo, Sr, age 73, of Seaford passed away on Tuesday, May 7, 2019. Marvin worked for Towers Signs in Seaford. He was a Marine Veteran and served in Vietnam, was an avid Ham [...]

Isabelle M. Himes, 88

Isabelle M. Himes, of Seaford, passed away on Wednesday, May 8, 2019. Isabelle was a Federal Civil Service employee at the Dover Air Force Base, where she was a Budget Analyst for over 40 years, [...]

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‘Made in Seaford’ exhibit

‘Made in Seaford’ is the spring exhibit in the Webb Room of the Seaford Museum, 203 High St., Seaford, from March until June. The exhibit features stories and pictures of the products and crops that were sent to market from colonial times to the present. From bog iron to candy and brigantines to nylon, Seaford has always had industrious citizens with great ideas on how to make money.  The museum is open Thursdays through Sundays from 1 to 4 p.m.

Nanticoke Conservancy fundraiser

On May 22 from 5-9 p.m., the Nanticoke Conservancy will be participating in a Dogfish Head Benevolence Fundraiser at Dogfish Head Brewings and Eats Restaurant at 320 Rehoboth Ave. in Rehoboth Beach. The proceeds will be used toward the conservancy’s exciting renovation / construction of their new office building on Woodland  Road!  Since 1992, the Nanticoke Conservancy has protected over 500 acres of western Sussex lands with over four miles of trails and assists people in conserving their lands in perpetuity to include protection of natural resources, improvement of fish and wildlife habitats, natural beauty, recreation and agricultural values.  Please bring your families, friends and business colleagues to join in this wonderful opportunity to […]

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