Maria Spitale-Leisk

Drivers will have until Thursday (Feb.28) to sign up for discounted Port Mann Bridge toll rates with TReO.

Feb. 28 final deadline for Port Mann toll savings

TReO is encouraging drivers to register their vehicles by Thursday to take advantage of half-price toll rates.

Drivers will have until Thursday (Feb.28) to sign up for discounted Port Mann Bridge toll rates with TReO.
Premier Christy Clark delivers the keynote address in May at the B.C. Chamber of Commerce annual general meeting in Penticton.

Premier’s visit to Delta Friday brings controversy

Christy Clark will be in Ladner Aug. 3 for a women's event hosted by the Delta Chamber whose chair is seeking the local Liberal candidacy

Premier Christy Clark delivers the keynote address in May at the B.C. Chamber of Commerce annual general meeting in Penticton.

Covered sports facilities desired by Delta coaches

The Delta School District’s plan to build two covered turf fields creates buzz among sports groups desperate for dry practice facilities

Delta Police arrest man convicted of sexual interference with a minor

Police still searching for former Tsawwassen man

Richard Glendinning, who skipped June 11 court date for sexual assault case, still at large

Delta Police arrest man convicted of sexual interference with a minor
Former RCMP Cpl. Benjamin Monty Robinson leaves New Westminster Supreme Court Friday (July 20) afternoon following the sentence hearing in his obstruction of justice case.

Update: Former Mountie Robinson to learn sentencing fate next Friday

Crown suggests three to nine months behind bars in obstruction of justice case while defence wants three to six month conditional sentence

Former RCMP Cpl. Benjamin Monty Robinson leaves New Westminster Supreme Court Friday (July 20) afternoon following the sentence hearing in his obstruction of justice case.
Shelby and Tyler MacLean will provide entertainment for the BC Games athletes.

Surrey couple helps out at BC Summer Games

Shelby and Tyler MacLean planning dances, sports clinics

Shelby and Tyler MacLean will provide entertainment for the BC Games athletes.
Ty Yamamoto gears up for the 2012 BC Summer Games being held at his home training facility – the Delta Deas Rowing Club.

‘Slough’ of opportunities for North Delta rower

Ty Yamamoto will be navigating familiar waters at the Delta Deas Rowing Club during the 2012 BC Summer Games.

Ty Yamamoto gears up for the 2012 BC Summer Games being held at his home training facility – the Delta Deas Rowing Club.
A map shows what the new riding of Delta would resemble if federal electoral boundary changes are made.

Proposed electoral boundary changes could form single Delta riding

Newton-North Delta MP Jinny Sims is concerned about proposed split of two ‘communities of interest’ in her riding

A map shows what the new riding of Delta would resemble if federal electoral boundary changes are made.
A rendering shows what the proposed covered sports field may look like if the Delta School District goes ahead with its plan to construct two of them—one in North Delta and the other in South Delta.

Delta School District looking to play ball outside

Delta proposes to build pair of million dollar, covered artificial turf fields on school property

A rendering shows what the proposed covered sports field may look like if the Delta School District goes ahead with its plan to construct two of them—one in North Delta and the other in South Delta.
North Delta’s Jocelyn Cater is just one of many former BC Games athletes to springboard to bigger things in her sport.

BC Games sets bar high for amateur athletes

Surrey and North Delta youngsters who attended the BC Games have gone on to greater sporting success.

North Delta’s Jocelyn Cater is just one of many former BC Games athletes to springboard to bigger things in her sport.
Bear Creek Park track will be receiving an extensive

Bear Creek Park to receive $400,000 facelift

The soon-to-be refurbished track at the BC Summer Games venue in North Surrey is heavily used by the community.

Bear Creek Park track will be receiving an extensive
Linda Creighton

Former Summer Games athlete pays it forward with food

Linda Creighton, director of food services for the 2012 Summer Games in Surrey, competed in softball in Nanaimo in 1985.

Linda Creighton
Ryan Matheson of the Sheraton Vancouver Guildford Hotel.

BC Summer Games to bolster Surrey tourism

From restaurants to shopping centres, expect Surrey to be buzzing during the 2012 Games.

Ryan Matheson of the Sheraton Vancouver Guildford Hotel.
Rob Debest

Catch sports fever in Surrey July 19-22

The 2012 BC Summer Games will descend on the city for four days this month and leave behind a strong economic and sporting legacy.

Rob Debest
Shelby and Tyler MacLean have spent their down time planning dances and sports clinics for the 2012 BC Summer Games.

Surrey couple committed to volunteering

Shelby and Tyler MacLean have 'fresh ideas, lots of energy – and they generously share their talent, enthusiasm and sense of fun.'

Shelby and Tyler MacLean have spent their down time planning dances and sports clinics for the 2012 BC Summer Games.
Michael Wortis visits with his wife Ruth at Delta View Habilitation Centre.

Delta View serves Fraser Health with notice

Funding cuts force mental health residential facility to end its 80-bed contract with the health authority

Michael Wortis visits with his wife Ruth at Delta View Habilitation Centre.
Jong Jin Lee’s stone sculpture

‘Gutsack’ and other 3D art dominates show

Annual juried exhibit, ARTS 2012, opens at the Surrey Art Gallery this weekend.

Jong Jin Lee’s stone sculpture
A fixture for years as chief engineer of the Bear Creek Park Train

Bear Creek Park Train’s Dave Penn passes away

A father of seven – and grandfather to 34 – Penn died of leukemia this past Father's Day (June 17) at the age of 66.

A fixture for years as chief engineer of the Bear Creek Park Train