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New-look Delta school board sworn into office this week

Three newcomers join four holdovers at inaugural meeting in Ladner

Civic employees raise $60,000 for United Way

The Corporation of Delta's employees raised $60,122.72 for the 2011 United Way campaign, Delta's most successful fundraising effort to date.

More trouble for Delta teacher

Police announce Robin Wait is now facing four charges stemming from a pair of alleged sexual assaults

Pet photos with Santa to benefit shelter

Christmas for the Critters is holding a pet photos with Santa fundraiser this Saturday for the Delta Community Animal Shelter. Stop by the Bosley's in North Delta and have a photo of your pet with Santa taken for a minimum donation of $5.
Community helps to fill 350 stockings

Community helps to fill 350 stockings

Bounty from Tsa. Town Centre Mall program delivered to Deltassist for distribution to low-income families

Delta Red Nose volunteers getting party goers home safely

So far this holiday season, hundreds of party-goers in Delta and Richmond have made the right choice and called on Operation Red Nose for a safe ride home. On the first weekend of service (Nov.

Delta police name teacher charged in alleged DSS sex assault

Delta police today released the name of the Delta Secondary teacher charged with sexual assault after an alleged incident at the school last month.

Delta ready for winter challenges

Snow and ice removal polices refined for season ahead

Ladner's holiday tradition

Community ushers in another Christmas season with carol ships and tree lighting

New Delta school board sworn in

The new Delta school board was officially sworn in Tuesday evening. The inaugural meeting was held at the district's administration offices in Ladner, where three new faces joined the board of education.