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UPDATE: Burnsview Secondary students returning after reported gas leak

The issue has been resolved and evacuated students are back at school

VIDEO: Cloverdale’s distressed properties to be demolished

Seven abandoned properties on 177B Street and 57A Avenue are starting to be demolished

North Delta couple set to release second children’s book

Amazing Airborne looks at West Coast flying animals from both whimsical, scientific points of view

B.C. brings funding for bat research in advance of devasating fungal disease

Delta’s bat colony will be see continued research thanks to funding to prevent white nose syndrome

First-ever Run for Delta raises $20K for Delta Hospital Foundation, Surrey Food Bank

The event saw between 400 and 500 people runners participate

North Delta grad honoured by Alberta university for athletic success

Brittany Costa is MacEwan University’s star of the week for her soccer success this season

Technical review of George Massey Tunnel underway

The independent review is expected to take six months

Theft from vehicle up 16 per cent in Cloverdale

Cloverdale-Port Kells only district to see increase in property, violent crime over past year

VIDEO: North Delta shows off Halloween fun

As it does every year, Halloween came to North Delta on Oct. 31

Crisis phones on Alex Fraser Bridge now operational

The six phones will connect callers to the Fraser Health Crisis Line or the Vancouver Distress Line

Alex Fraser Bridge to get snow removal system by January

The cable collar system will cost $5 million

Cloverdale’s Fraser Downs still racing strong

As the new season starts, horses and drivers prepare for harness racing glory

Delta residents share their memories to mark Canada’s 150th birthday

Stories and photos are being shared on Delta Museum and Archive Soceity’s website and social media

VIDEO: North Delta’s Delview Secondary sets new record for one-night food drive

Delview’s 25th annual Thanks for Giving campaign reached new heights on Thursday, Oct. 26

Delta farms: ‘We live with change’

Delta farms continue to shift tactics and focus, as they have for decades

Cloverdale’s distressed properties still a problem for neighbours

Bylaw officers did a clean up of the properties in August, but the issues haven’t gone away

Surrey’s seniors entertainment troupe returns for 14th annual benefit concert

The Vaudevillians will be performing at the Surrey Arts Centre on Nov. 4 and 5

Cloverdale Christmas Hamper struggling to find space for season

A growing year-round kitchen has kicked the holiday food program out of its warehouse space

Holy Heritage Rail Batman: Superheros come to Cloverdale historic train

The Fraser Valley Heritage Rail is hosting its third annual Halloween rail adventure Oct 28, 29

Death and dessert: North Delta library to host end-of-life discussion group

“I realized it’s just not something that … is really talked about, unless maybe you’re at a funeral.”