Dollars & Sense

In the bag

Tiffany Nacchia always knew she wanted to be self-employed, but she never imagined she would be where she is today.

Surf shop celebrates 25 years in business

Bethany Surf Shop made its silver anniversary a few weeks back (Memorial Day weekend), and what more auspicious date to celebrate 25 years than Saturday, June 25th.

Clothing store a longstanding treasure

Ken Crooks has a corner all to himself, tucked away on Cedar Neck Road, north of Route 26. Crooks owns Treasure Island Fashions.

Outdoors fun

Store looks to the needs of its customers

Through all the changes in the area, B & R Tackle and Hunting Supplies has been a staple in the York Beach Mall for 29 years.

Baja Quality

Pilot to restaurateur — not exactly what one might consider a logical progression, but it’s worked for Baja Beach House Grill’s Rick Hundley.

Taste of Coastal Delaware

Welcome to the Den

There wasn’t much happening around the Den at Bear Trap Dunes when Executive Chef Bob Webster came on board four years ago.

Close and Convenient

The Cedar Bay 55-plus community, located directly behind the new South Coastal Leisure Center (CHEER) on Cedar Neck Road, is nearing completion, and models are now open for seniors’ review.

GAMERS DELIGHT

Half-Life Counterstrike. Halo. Medal of Honor. The very names are thrilling, promising action and adventure one just can’t find around the office.

Local mellows into furniture business

Payless Furniture founder Rich Holt has seen his share of adventure — and mishap. “You get to be 67 years old, you’ve got a lot of stories — some good and some bad,” he pointed out.

20 Years

South Bethany doesn’t have the largest commercial district around, but what the town lacks in quantity it makes up for in quality.

Fenwick area country inn offers shiatsu

Melanie Konno, young practitioner of the Asian healing arts, has taken up residence at the Woodsong Country Inn, northwest of Fenwick.

Business Briefs

Turkey Trot raises $2,300 for Special Olympics Delaware
The 2nd annual Sea Colony Turkey Trot 5k & Fun Walk, held Nov. 28, 2004, raised $2,300 for Special Olympics Delaware (SODE). Nearly 70 runners and walkers braved the inclement weather to compete in the event, with John Williamson, with a time of 18.21, winning the race for the second year.

At your service

Limo rides are not only for those fancy evenings, they can also save your life

There’s plenty of traffic around, but limousines are rare enough that they still have the power to turn heads in Sussex County.

Redfin renewed

“It will be business at usual” soon at Redfin Seafood Grill’s North Bethany location, according to the restaurant’s original designer, Bryony Zeigler of SoDel Concepts.

The 'eyes' have it in Millville

Halpern Eye Associates has relocated from their cozy offices at the corner of Route 26 and Central Avenue.