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Delta issues flood warning

The Corporation of Delta issued a warning about possible flooding in low-lying areas Monday morning. Strong winds coupled with high tide could result in localized flooding in the areas of Tsawwassen Beach and Westham Island.

Delta Chamber of Commerce supports business benefits of Southlands development

The Southlands development proposed by the Century Group would be good for business, provide needed housing and offer open space and natural habitat for community use, according to the Delta Chamber of Commerce, which recently surveyed its members.

Vandals turn out to be filmmakers undertaking high school project

Complaint comes in to police as youths damaging derelict property

Roadblocks tonight as Counter Attack begins

Annual holiday season program runs until New Year's

'Months, not weeks' to repair

Roberts Bank coal port faces lengthy process after ship slams into causeway forcing closure of one berth

Delta is taking steps to ban

Bylaw given preliminary approval

Tickets can be issued

Setting a rabbit free, liberating it, sending it to live in the wild or whatever else you want to call animal abandonment can now result in a $500 fine.

Park bathroom suffers $2,000 damage in arson

Arson is suspected after a fire in a building at a Ladner park Tuesday. Delta police officers were called in by Delta Fire Department investigators to assist with a possible arson investigation after a fire in the men's bathroom at Lions Park.

Laura Dixon takes over as chair of board of education

The Delta board of education selected two-term trustee Laura Dixon as its new chairperson Tuesday. Dixon replaces Dale Saip, who recently announced he wouldn't seek another year as chair after four years in the position.

Minister's Minute

THE PAGEANT 'Twas the night before Christmas; that's right, Christmas Eve. The pageant was on and Joseph was played by Steve. And so it goes in countless churches that stage "The Christmas Pageant.