Thanksgiving edition stuffed with savings

The Thanksgiving edition of the Delaware State News will include advertising inserts from 25 major retailers.

The Delaware State News staff is assembling a Thanksgiving edition “stuffed” with Black Friday news, shopping ideas and savings.

The clickety-clack of the insert machine in the Delaware Printing Company shop next door has been constant in the build-up to Thanksgiving. There will be 25 major advertisers’ inserts in the Thursday edition.

Officially, each copy will weigh in at about 2.5 pounds.

For those of you who do not subscribe, you can pick up a copy at a local newsstand for just $1.

Our Thanksgiving edition will also be stuffed with inspiring stories and fun features.

Here are some highlights to tease your appetite:

Delaware State News reporter Mike Finney will explain why Meals on Wheels is doubling its effort this year and how a local restaurant will team up with activists to feed the homeless in Dover.

From Sussex County, we have quite a tale about a turkey hunter’s incredible collection. “I call my office my turkey museum,” he says.

Reporter Brooke Schultz will help shoppers get in the mood for Black Friday shopping. She is compiling a list of store hours that will help you develop a shopping strategy.

In Sports, we will kick off the championship weekend coverage with features on area teams in the Division I and Division II football finals.

Sports writers Tim Mastro and Ben Heck will have features on Middletown and Woodbridge high schools in advance of Saturday’s championship games at the University of Delaware.

Middletown will play Hodgson at 1 p.m.

Defending champion Woodbridge will play Howard at 6 p.m.

Woodbridge hopes to honor former quarterback Troy Haynes, an all-state quarterback who died of cancer earlier this year.

See a list of locations below. Some newsstands will have the edition available on Wednesday late afternoon or evening.

Thank you for your readership and support of our local advertisers.

Happy Thanksgiving!

Andrew West
Executive Editor/Delaware State News

WHERE TO BUY A COPY

Pick up a copy of the Thanksgiving Day edition of the Delaware State News at one of these retailers:

Throughout Kent and Sussex

Bodie’s

CVS

Dollar General

Food Lion

Giant

Goose Creek

Walgreen’s

Redner’s

Rite Aid

Royal Farms

Safeway

Shore Stop

7-Eleven

Uncle Willie’s

Walmart

Wawa

Weis

OTHER DELAWARE LOCATIONS

Bethany Beach

G&E Hocker’s

Bridgeville

Liberty Gas

Camden-Wyoming

Dunkin’ Donuts

Hall’s Family Restaurant

Hylton’s Market

Willow Grove Food Market

Clarksville

Hocker’s Super Center

Clayton

Clayton Post Office

Dover

33 West

Depot

Dover Express

Lobby Shoppe/Dover Downs

Stop-Shop

Speedway

Ellendale

Exxon

Georgetown

Exxon

One Stop Food Market

Shell

Greenwood

Emma’s Restaurant

Harrington

Cordelion Diner

Downtown Junction

Harrington Raceway

Rudy’s restaurant

Houston

Williamsville Country Store

Kenton

Country Store

Laurel

Country Corners

Oasis

Lewes

Daily Market

General Store

Lincoln

Little Lincoln Store

Milford

Country Corners

Liberty

Lynch Heights Sunoco

Market Place

Milford Plaza Cigarette Outlet

Mike’s Food Market

Shawnee Country Store

Shell

West Side Restaurant

Milton

Milton Quick Stop

Millsboro

Harris Teeter

Pep Up

Rehoboth Beach

ACME

Exxon

Seaford

Exxon

Super Deluxe Dairy Market

Super Soda Center

Selbyville

Harris Teeter

Smyrna

Gas and Go

Smyrna Diner

Smyrna News and Tobacco

Smyrna Cigar, Cigarette Outlet

MARYLAND

Centerville

Hillside Liquor & Deli

Chestertown

Sunny’s Mart

Church Hill

CM Rhodes and Son

Crumpton

Outpost, Rt. 544

Denton

Bargain Beverage

Federalsburg

Reliance Market

Greensboro

Greensboro Deli

Greensboro Mobil

Kennedyville

Molly’s Mart

Millington

Country Liquor

Tail Gate Market

Ridgely

Forests Mini Market

Rock Hall

Bayside Foods

Sudlersville

Parkside Deli Phillip’s Market

Reach Executive Editor Andrew West at awest@newszap.com

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