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Water main break leaves Tsaw. homes dry

A few Tsawwassen homes were left temporarily dry after a water main break last weekend. The break occurred just off Timbervalley Road in the Tsawwassen Terrace subdivision on Sunday evening.

Researching the origins of some odd research

Forget parking study and turn efforts to take-out

Expanded anti-bullying policy sought

SDSS students ask for homophobia provision to be added; school board wants to study idea further

Southpointe is tops again in Report Card

Private school ranked the highest
IODE bridge event benefits local charitable causes

IODE bridge event benefits local charitable causes

Boundary Bay chapter is active in the community

Rotary clubs set to recognize outstanding Delta youths at banquet next weekend

Nominations for the fourth Delta Rotary Youth Awards have now been finalized. The annual event will take place on Saturday, May 12 with a dinner and ceremony at the Delta Town & Country Inn.

Riverhouse partnering with hospital to issue corporate penny challenge

The Delta Hospital Foundation is inviting all businesses and organizations to make Every Penny Count.

Students bring heritage to life at annual fair

Canada's rich history and heritage will be explored and displayed through the eyes of youth when the 10th annual Richmond Delta Regional Heritage Fair takes place later this week.

Malanfant and Nett help Islanders open season with weekend split

Jamie Malanfant and Tyler Nett each scored twice while goaltender Will Schwan turned aside 33 shots as the Delta Islanders defeated the Burnaby Lakers 7-2 on Sunday to salvage a split of their season-opening games in the B.C.

Southpointe tops among Delta high schools in Fraser Institute rankings

Private schools once again topped the Fraser Institute's annual, and controversial, high school rankings.