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Semi rolls over in Ladner

Semi rolls over in Ladner

A semi truck rolled over at the intersection of Highway 17 and Ladner Trunk Road in Ladner late Thursday afternoon.

2013 flat-rate utility bill increases $15 to $930

Delta's utility bills will rise $15 this year. On Monday night, civic politicians approved a 1.6 per cent increase to flat-rate utility bills, bringing the total to $930, up from $915 in 2012.

Westshore looking to douse complaints over coal dust

Company spending $7 million this year to upgrade its dust suppression system

Work starts on upgrades to Ladner intersection

Construction delayed to accommodate holiday shopping

Williams packs a Hawaiian punch

Elvis tribute artist from Ladner wins prestigious Aloha contest to earn trip to world championships in Memphis

Reflection frozen in time

The recent cold snap has seen ice form all over South Delta, including covering parts of the pond at Tsawwassen's Diefenbaker Park.

Should garbage be picked up every other week?

Ray Higgs That's a big question because it depends on how much effort people put into recycling food waste. It depends on how big their family is. There's too many variables to say a simple yes or no. Jane Phillips Environmentally, I would say yes.

Delta ratifies contract with civic employees

Delta council approved a new four-year collective agreement with CUPE Local 454 Monday, cementing the agreement that was ratified by the union last week.

Document shredding event also doubles as gym club fundraiser

Vancity and Urban Impact team up to help locals combat indentity theft

Port is still recovering from crash

Westshore Terminals vice-president and general manager Denis Horgan provided a brief update to Delta council Monday on the December crash that damaged a conveyor system at the coal port. "It was not one of our best days, unfortunately," Horgan said.