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INDEX Arts & Entertainment 67 Business & Real Estate 37 Community Calendar 78 Cape Life 53 Classifieds 92 Obituaries 21 School & Education 84 Sports & Outdoors 86 “The price of liberty is eternal vigilance.” LEWES City seeks to preserve section of railroad P4 IMMANUEL SHELTER Homeless seek help nightly as temperatures drop P3 DEWEY BEACH Town manager vacancy attracts applicants P10 POST OFFICE Annex moving to mall after two decades on Forgotten Mile P12 REHOBOTH BEACH Museum to begin construction of second floor P19 MINISTRY Dunning’s Jusst Sooup offers much more than soup P64 Delaware’s Cape Region FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29 - MONDAY, JANUARY 1, 2018 SLAM DUNK: THE NAME OF THE GAME DAN COOK PHOTO BASKETBALL JUNKIES are getting their fill at the 2017 Slam Dunk to the Beach. In opening day action, Eleanor Roosevelt’s Isaiah Gross, center, celebrates a slam by teammate Jaden Faulkner. Eleanor Roosevelt topped Bishop Loughlin 76-55. See more Slam Dunk coverage on pages 86 and 88. By Nick Roth One of Lewes’ busiest intersections is set to close for about a week beginning Jan. 2. Crews from George & Lynch will work around the clock to replace key wastewater infrastructure in the ground at Savannah Road, Gills Neck Road and Front Street. The project will restrict access to the Lewes- Rehoboth Canal drawbridge. Detours will be posted, and all traffic to and from Lewes Beach will be di- verted to Freeman Highway. The work is just one part of a two-year project to upgrade the sewer lines in downtown Lewes and to connect to Sussex County’s wastewater system on Savannah Road at drawbridge to close Jan. 2 $ 1 Access route to Lewes Beach limited to Freeman Highway EDUCATION Cape senior appointed to West Point P84 Continued on page 18 By Ron MacArthur Sussex County Council will start off the new year with a public hearing on one of the most controver- sial proposals to surface in recent years. Council will accept public comment on a pro- posed right-to-work ordinance starting at 10:45 Debate on deck for right-to-work in Sussex County Council hearing scheduled for Tuesday, Jan. 2 in Georgetown YEAR IN MOVIES P76 Peaks, valleys at the multiplex STEPPIN’ OUT Ring in new year at local venues P67 Continued on page 16