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Mall projects moving forward

Mall projects moving forward

TFN to expand footprint to 180 acres as feasibility studies find development companies require more land

Driving rampage nets four-year sentence

Delta man on crack-fueled spree in North Vancouver

Hats Off to award recipients

Delta Chamber of Commerce recognizes community leaders at annual gala

Casino not in cards, TFN says

Hotel could be added to shopping-entertainment complex, but gambling has previously been rejected

Festive parade keeps getting bigger

Festivities continue Friday, Dec. 2 with the annual children's parade following the tree lighting. Starting at about 7: 30 p.m., the parade provides a link between the tree lighting ceremony and the carol ships in Ladner Harbour.

Annual tree lighting returns to village

It has long marked the beginning of the Christmas season for many local residents. The Ladner Business Association is holding its annual tree lighting event in Ladner Village on Friday, Dec. 2 at 7 p.m. at the corner of 48th Avenue and Delta Street.

Museum provides a look at holidays past

Delta Museum is once again opening its doors to show residents what Christmas would have looked like for Delta's pioneers.

Thief smashes glass door but ends up with empty register

The following are some of the calls of interest the Delta police responded to in the South Delta area between Wednesday, Nov. 16 and Sunday, Nov. 20: TSAWWASSEN . November 16, 5: 59 p.m.

Flooding concerns in Tsawwassen continue into weekend

Delta staff and crews remain on high alert as the possibility of storm surge flooding continues into the weekend.
Tsawwassen artist on display in Victoria

Tsawwassen artist on display in Victoria

Tsawwassen's John Horton's latest exhibit focuses on Venice, Italy. The marine artist, who included both historic and modern day pieces in the show, says he tried to portray the city in a slightly different light.