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Red Nose celebrating decade of safe streets

Driving program in Delta-Richmond in need of volunteers as it readies to serve over another holiday season

Ex-NHLer loses lawsuit against Delta

A former NHL player who was left brain injured in an assault at a notorious North Delta nightclub lost his lawsuit against the Corporation of Delta and its police department.

Habitat and farmland sacrificed for business, says Delta South MLA

We've known it all along, but at last we hear it out loud. Robin Silvester, the president and CEO of Port Metro Vancouver, recently stated: "Agriculture is emotionally important, but economically [of] relatively low importance to the Lower Mainland.

Delta mayoral candidates face off

The four mayoral candidates in this month's civic election squared off for the first time Tuesday night in Ladner.

Operation Red Nose looking for volunteers

Operation Red Nose, which will be providing service locally for the 10th year, is in need of volunteers.

Weather to get up today

It is official: stay-in-bed weather has returned. This year, it arrived a week ago Thursday. I know this because it was dark when the alarm summoned me out of slumber. The rain was hitting the windows sideways. The house felt like an icebox.

Council newcomers face daunting task

It's difficult to knock off an incumbent, but eight are hoping to impress enough voters to do the trick this year

Trim-a-thon benefits animals

A local animal hospital is once again trimming nails for a good cause. The Tsawwassen Animal Hospital is holding its annual Nail Trim-A-Thon this weekend.

Company not returning profit yet

School district's efforts to generate revenues lead to Delta Global Campus marketing exams overseas
Spooky fun at Watershed Park

Spooky fun at Watershed Park

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