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Surrey men charged in North Delta forcible confinement incident

The two men are facing charges after alledgedly confining two employees during a break-in this month

North Delta family donates 141 bags of cat food thanks to flyer campaign

Jamie Shannon and her kids collected coupons from the community to support local animal shelters

Traffic tickets up, theft-from-auto down in Delta this spring

Crime statistics show Delta maintained its low crime rate, despite small increases in some offences

Delta one of top spenders, taxers in Metro Vancouver: report

Delta spent $1,823 per resident on public services in 2016, but took in $2,564 per person in revenue

New parking study planned for Cloverdale town centre

The study will be completed in the coming months and incorporated into the town centre plan

B.C. scientist bringing seabird conservation to the forefront at international congress

Bird Studies Canada’s David Bradley is co-convening a symposium on biosecurity for island species

Langley woman’s graduation marks expansion of PTSD service dog program

Delta-based B.C. and Alberta Guide Dogs Society and Vancouver Island Compassion Dogs merging to service to more veterans

Bishop announces ‘campaign kick-off’ in bid for Delta mayor

Aug. 20 events include a business breakfast, a campaign lunch and a late-afternoon reception

Classic cars take over Sungod lot for North Delta Show and Shine

Despite threats of rain, about 1,000 people came out to the seventh annual car show

Harvie promises dog parks for Delta

George Harvie, Delta’s former city manager, is running for mayor with his slate Achieving for Delta

Early success sees Clayton farmers’ market looking to grow

The first half of the season exceeded expectations, and now the market could go to once a week

Cloverdale Market Days highlighting kids, entertainment this weekend

Saturday, Aug. 18 will mark the second-to-last market of the season

Local breweries, beer drinkers come together for Cloverdale festival

Thousands showed up to the beer tasting event at the Bill Reid Millennium Amphitheatre Saturday

Violent crime down, drug offenses up in Cloverdale

Cloverdale saw a more significant increase in drug crime compared to Surrey, but has low numbers

Delta Amateur Radio Society has something for everyone

From technical prowess to emergency operations, Delta’s hams have a variety of passions

Clayton apartment application sparks traffic concerns for residents

Zen Townhomes owners worry added density will increase pedestrian accidents on their quiet road

North Delta girls take home international title with B.C. Girls Choir

Julia Copeman-Haynes and Rebecca Meitz helped the group win the Children’s Choir of the World award

Cloverdale-Langley City MP backs petition for heritage funding

John Aldag hopes the petition will bring more support to heritage initiatives in Canada

VIDEO: Cloverdale celebrates its favourite felines

On International Cat Day, we show off some of Cloverdale’s local cats

Credit card fraud leads to seizure of guns, drugs in Cloverdale

The RCMP took three individuals into custody, who were later released pending further investigation