Dewdney Pub June 16, David "Hurricane" Hoerl will perform at the Dewdney Pub from 8: 30 p.m. - 12: 30 a.m., at 8793 River Road S., five minutes east of Mission, off the Lougheed Hwy. Call 604-826-4762.
Dealing with cystic fibrosis is a daily battle, which can eat up a family's time and money.
Duffers, you're invited to sign up for Mission Mayor Ted Adlem's second annual charity golf tournament. It's set for June 30 at the Cedar Ridge Golf Course.
It was a year ago Delta council agreed to a major expenditure to save a historic Ladner barn from the wrecking ball.
A Sto: lo woman's nine-year fight over a few hundred sockeye salmon has ended with an absolute discharge and a payout for most of the fish confiscated.
Environmentalists concerned about the prospect of a new coal transfer terminal in Surrey are calling for region-wide public hearings about the project.
While flooding is not expected to impact Langley, river forecasters and emergency planners are keeping an eye on the Fraser River.
The Fraser River is not expected to pose a major flooding danger, despite a rapid rise caused by warm weather and heavy rain.
The crew of a fishing boat found a body floating in the Fraser River Monday evening near the Massey Tunnel.
The RCMP is investigating after a body was pulled from the Fraser River just east of the George Massey Tunnel earlier this week.
Organizers of Spring Cleaning for your Mind, Body and Soul are grateful to the community for its "amazing support."
A New Westminster city councillor is hoping city council will oppose a coal expansion proposal across the river.
From Aug. 1 to 25, participants in the Rivershed Society of BC's Sustainable Living Leadership Program will journey by raft, canoe, van and on foot from the Fraser River's headwaters near Valemount, B.C., to where it meets the shores of Vancouver, 1,400 kilometres downstream.
The mystery of the body found floating in the Pitt River last week near Port Coquitlam has been solved.
A search was launched Saturday after a body found by a fisherman slipped back into the Fraser River before it could be brought to shore.
Plans to expand a Buddhist temple - which have rubbed neighbours the wrong way for nine years - may soon be back in front of city council.
Next Tuesday's ballot in Delta South will feature just three names, but that hasn't prevented the provincial election campaign from being a spirited affair.
The time is right to make his bid to be Delta South's MLA, says Bruce McDonald.
Change is needed for the provincial constituency of Delta South to match today's reality. An attitude of optimism and hope for the future of Delta South is greatly needed to replace the irritation of constant uncompromising opposition to change in this riding.