23420 Sussex Highway
Seaford, DE 19973
Phone: (302) 628-5400
Fax: (302) 629-2221
Offering the largest variety of locations and services in the truck and trailer rental industry. 28 other locations are available in Seaford.
Established by the Cannon family to serve as the major river crossing and trading center for travelers, this ferry is one of the last remaining on the East Coast and runs sunup to sundown seven days a week.
A premier disc jockey service providing entertainment at wedding ceremonies and receptions, corporate events, bar/bat mitzvahs, children's events, anniversaries, private parties, reunions, church and Christian events, and other special activities. They can also provide special entertainment services such as games, party favors, give-a-ways, cotton candy rentals, fog machines, special effects lighting, and bubbles per request.
A recreational area on the river with space for fishing and recreational activities, as well as a floating dock and a canoe launch.
Provides bus transportation to most cities across the United States.
Originally incorporated in 1945, by a group of citizens concerned by the lack of health care facilities in western Sussex County, Delaware, the Nanticoke Memorial Hospital has grown to include extended care, business services, outpatient services, medical centers across Sussex County, Delaware, and a host of preventive medicine and health education programs.
Delmarva Consultants offers computer sales and service, network, structured wiring & cabling, telecomm, security system installations, and web-design solutions.
Coldwell Banker Broadcreek Realty is a full-service real estate agency with brokers and realtors licensed in Delaware and Maryland.
A civic organization promoting business growth and development in the greater Seaford area.
The Seaford Star provides local news and weather for Seaford, Blades, Bridgeville and Greenwood, Delaware.
This agency sells real estate property in Seaford and Sussex County, Delaware. There are two office locations in Seaford for your convenience.
Bridgeville has the unique distinction of being amongst the oldest agricultural communities in the West Sussex region of Delaware. With a population of approximately 1436, this town which was incorporated in 1871 still charms visitors with its broad and leafy avenues, quaint houses and sprawling farms. Some events that locals look forward to are community yard sales, Bridgeville's National Night Out, Town Clean-Up Day and charity opens. Check website for more details.