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One flattened and another on the clock

Pieces of Delta's heritage lost forever

Feds to honour outstanding volunteers

Delta-Richmond East MP Kerry-Lynne Findlay says Canadians have a new opportunity to recognize the exceptional contributions that volunteers make in their communities.

DSS students left without project

Carpentry class in need of work

International art student hones her craft in South Delta

A local couple has played host this summer to an international art student honing her craft.

Richmond reiterates opposition to barging jet fuel in Fraser River

Richmond council has reiterated its opposition to any proposal to ship jet fuel to Vancouver International Airport through the environmentally-sensitive Fraser River Estuary.

Auto shop offering free car clinic for women

South Delta Motors will be hosting its second annual Girls Tech Talk next Wednesday in Tsawwassen

New nursing research initiative helps at the end of life

Although not all people with chronic life-limiting illness such as lung, heart and kidney disease, cancer or dementia require specialized palliative care services.

Spotlight shines on pedestrian safety

After two collisions last week, including one fatal, Ladner residents share their experiences while on foot

Delta rids itself of property that's an environmental nightmare

Delta has rid itself of a costly headache by finally finding someone willing to take the contaminated Delta Shake and Shingle site off its hands.
Potatoes and other veggie crops rebounding nicely, Delta farmer says

Potatoes and other veggie crops rebounding nicely, Delta farmer says

It's looking like potatoes and other vegetable crops are rebounding nicely, according to a longtime local farmer impacted by last year's disastrous growing season.