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Reading celebrated at Hawthorne Elementary

Mayor Lois Jackson, Vancouver Giants players, police officers and others were at Hawthorne Elementary Monday to help students and staff celebrate Drop Everything and Read (DEAR) Day.

Family Fright Fest returns to Ladner

The thrills and chills of Halloween will arrive early as Ladner hosts the fifth annual Family Fright Fest tomorrow. The free event, a joint venture between the Corporation of Delta and several community partners, runs from 4: 30 to 7: 30 p.m.

Teen raising money for volunteer trip to Kenya

Ladner's Enya Duffield looking to help those in need

Vans donated to Delta's community police stations

Rotary clubs and police foundation combine to provide new Chevy Orlandos to storefront operations

Halloween comes early for toddlers

Toddlers in the Mommy and Me drop-in program at the South Delta Public Health Unit got a jump on Halloween by all posing in costume earlier this month.

Grocery receipts to help Point library

The Friends of the Point Roberts Library are reaching out to their many friends in Delta to help the group raise funds for a new library.

Public forum at Kin House to discuss trade deals

The Delta/Richmond chapter of the Council of Canadians is hosting a community forum on trade deals next week in Ladner. "Trade deals can fundamentally change the way Canada does business," says chapter head Cathy Wilander.

Six students receive envision education awards

Six Delta students are each $2,000 closer to reaching their educational goals after winning a 2012 Envision Financial Education Award.

Cubs clean

As part of the Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup, Cubs from 1st Kirkland Ladner Pack A removed trash from the South Arm Marsh last month. Several large bags of garbage were collected to create a better environment for wildlife and birds.

Eco-documentary on pipeline to be screened at library

On The Line, an eco-documentary, will be shown on Wednesday Oct. 10 at the Ladner Pioneer Library.