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Jog joins Bog Day festivities

The Burns Bog Conservation Society is combining two of its popular annual events by moving the Jog for the Bog to the same day as International Bog Day celebrations.

More plans from Century

With Southpointe Academy moving across street, company looks to redevelop site

Weekend Delta police briefs

Here are a few of the calls that were keeping Delta police officers busy July 15-17. Total files: 253 Friday, July 15 North Delta: - Assault/fare no pay: 7600-block 119A Street - Unknown male was picked up by a taxi at the Scottsdale bus loop.

Group wants Delta to start planning for seniors' needs

Delta's Seniors Community Planning Team would like to see the municipality establish a committee to address the growing needs of seniors in the community.

Ladner odours not coming from local composter

East Ladner residents have been holding their noses recently. A number of complaints have come to municipal hall and Metro Vancouver regarding an obnoxious odour in the area.

Mayors raising gas taxes as 'first resort': Cummins

B.C. Conservative Leader John Cummins says the Evergreen SkyTrain line should be funded from spending restraint rather than a tax hike.

Tips to get you on the right track

Add some spring to your step and years to your life with this healthy advice

New ticketing system in works

Process would allow local dispute of instead of B.C. court procedures

Get dramatic at camp

King's Company, a local theatre arts company, is pleased to announce that Jennifer Harbott has joined the summer staff of Tracy Neff, Barry Saip and Jim Martens to offer two weeks of drama camp at South Delta Baptist Church.

New homes in Delta need to be solar hot water ready

36 communities around province agree to adopt regulation, a move applauded by solar industry association