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VIDEO: Grey Cup comes to Cloverdale’s Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary

Adam Berger, two-time Grey Cup winner and Lord Tweedsmuir alum, pays a visit to his former school

Delta council reduces number of committees, creates new ones

Merger, modification, elimination and new addition leave 11 advisory committees of council for 2019

North Delta artist’s work showcases whimsy and social commentary

Barbara Roden’s series Westcoast Whimsy includes a painting inspired by the Charlottesville protests

UPDATE: Feds, Coast Guard seize over 200 illegal crab traps near Delta

Officers release almost 1,300 crabs back into wild in Boundary Bay

Assaults and break-ins up, crashes and theft from cars down in Delta to close 2018

Police note 77 per cent of assaults in Delta in 2018 involved people who knew each other

Students at North Delta’s Delview Secondary ponder humanity in new book

The Grade 10s sought to answer existential questions on being Canadian and tech’s impact on society

$2.9-million road extension project at Cloverdale Fairgrounds will be left unpaved

Fairgrounds portion of 62nd Avenue has been restored

‘Supernatural’ brings the 1950s to Cloverdale

Hawthorne Square is home to a soda shop for the rest of the week

North Delta teen crooner to sing at gospel competition

Fifteen-year-old Nick Kluftinger ranks Sinatra and Nat King Cole among his favourite performers

UPDATE: Pedestrian struck in hit-and-run in North Delta

An 18-year-old has been arrested and one person was sent to hospital with life-threatening injuries

VIDEO: Crews rescue small dog from North Delta house fire

Delta police rushed the French bulldog to a local animal hospital for treatment

Delta moving forward with plan for second artificial turf field at Mackie Park

The school district and City of Delta want to swap land to free up space for the field

Locally-made art set to adorn Delta streets

The winners of Delta’s 2018 community banner contest were announced at council on Monday, Jan. 28

City initiative aims to kick-start a North Delta business association

In the past, numerous attempts to create an association have failed, but staff are optmistic

North Delta high school to host outdoor program for at-risk youth

Take A Hike Foundation teaches youth social and emotional life skills in the B.C. wilderness

Delta police looking for owner of eight-foot totem pole, other stolen items

The goods, including a fur-lined HBC blanket and Danish teak furniture, were recovered last week

North Delta’s Team Daniels advance to semifinals at junior curling nationals

The team will face defending champs Nova Scotia for a chance to take on Alberta in the finals

North Delta student shortlisted for $100K Loran scholarship

Seaquam Secondary’s Abnash Bassi helps teach Deltans young and old about environmental stewardship

North Delta barbershop a legacy of hard work and beating the odds

Carmine Cello reflects on 32 years of serving the community, and the legacy he’ll be leaving behind

North Delta boys and girls soccer clubs considering merger

Move to help boost player retention, bring in higher-quality coaching and share skill development costs