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Nothing but nature next to baby's skin

Tsawwassen mom launches Lovey's Body Products after being disappointed by all the greenwashing

Sons don't need to shop thanks to dad's closet

I am lucky that I do not wear men's running shoes, sized 10-and-a-half. I am fortunate that I do not wear men's shirts, sized large, or men's socks, sized whatever.

Noel Roddick retires, but won't be slowing down

Agriculture industry veteran not going out to pasture
Anniversary offer makes a splash with families

Anniversary offer makes a splash with families

Swim Clo Aquatics and Fitness is celebrating five years of business by offering free swimming lessons to two families that wouldn't otherwise be able to afford them.

Local students get together to create their own summer job

Recent South Delta Secondary grads form Local Student Labour

OneStop for auto glass

As its name implies, OneStop Autoglass is South Delta's one stop shop for any and all auto glass needs.

Nuggets are first local potato in grocery stores this season

As the first locally grown potato of the season, new potato nuggets are exactly what West Coast summers should be about - celebrating fresh, great tasting, locally grown foods. This year's bountiful crop of nugget potatoes is no exception.

Busy 1st year for Browns

Browns Socialhouse at the Coast Tsawwassen Inn has served 101,000 customers in its first year of business.

Author to visit Black Bond for book talk

Asia-Pacific based author Bjorn Turmann will be speaking at a special event today at Black Bond Books in Ladner. Born and raised in Vancouver, Turmann, a former Microsoft executive, filmmaker and author of three novels, moved to Asia in 1993.