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Delta Secondary not giving up hope for artificial turf field

The Delta Secondary Parent Advisory Council says it's continuing to advocate for a turf field at the Ladner high school despite a decision by Delta council earlier this week.

Delta school district hopes for more at-risk funding

Officials optimistic Delta's approximately 1,000 'vulnerable students' will share in increase from province

Student dorm given council OK

Former Ladner Trunk Road care home to be transformed into residence for up to 50 international students

SDSS players venture into kitchen to make soup for the homeless

Teens spend Friday night to aid Food on the Corner's weekly efforts

Four charged and two houses seized in North Delta grow-ops

A North Delta grow-op bust has netted more than just marijuana plants for Delta police.

Robbery is Crime of Week

This week's Crime Stoppers Crime of the Week comes from North Delta. Delta police are calling upon the public to help them identify a safety goggle wearing bank robber. On Saturday, Oct. 1 at approximately 12: 40 p.m.

Late for work, driver won't stop for missing tire

The following are some of the calls of interest the Delta police department responded to in the South Delta area between Monday, Dec. 5 and Monday, Dec. 12: TSAWWASSEN . December 5, 7: 58 p.m.

Vision coming into focus

Delta selects company to redevelop municipal sites along Ladner's waterfront

Officers might not face public hearing

Two Vancouver police officers, who were cleared of any wrongdoing by Delta police last year, may not face a public hearing to review their conduct. Vancouver constables Bryan London and Nicholas Florkow are awaiting a B.C.

Former civic bureaucrat in court to face another sex charge

The former Delta municipal staffer currently serving time in prison for child porn charges was back in court in Vancouver Wednesday morning to face a sexrelated charge dating back almost 40 years.