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Keeping brown bag lunches healthy

Whether you have kids who have just headed back to school or you are tired of eating out at the office, brown bagging it is not only cost-effective, it is also a way to control your calories, eat healthier and take charge of what you and your kids ea

Regional parks plan open house and webinar

Metro Vancouver is updating the 2005 Regional Parks and Greenways Plan and is seeking feedback from regional stakeholders and the public.
Little House just $50,000 shy of fundraising goal

Little House just $50,000 shy of fundraising goal

12th Ave. facility expected to be ready by November

Day never forgotten

Few days are forever etched in the memories of a generation; Sept 11, 2001 was one of those days.

Locals to mark 9-11 anniversary

Police and fire taking part in memorial ride, while South Delta Baptist dedicating service to first responders

Witnesses sought in fatal crash

43-year-old pedestrian hit on Ladner Trunk Road Tuesday morning succumbs to her injuries in hospital

Last market of the year

Sunday is season finale for popular Ladner Village event
Kirkland celebration was 100 years in the making

Kirkland celebration was 100 years in the making

Public event set for Saturday at Ladner farmouse

Hospice volunteer training program

Are you interested in making a difference within your own community? The Delta Hospice Society will be offering a fall volunteer training session starting Oct. 13 for anyone interested in becoming a trained Delta Hospice volunteer.

Only half of adults in B.C. have legal will

A province-wide poll conducted by Mustel Group for the Society of Notaries Public of B.C. found that only 51 per cent of British Columbians aged 18+ have a current and legal will.