Many events that locals have come to know and love over the years simply would not exist without the Ladner Business Association and its small, dedicated army of volunteers.
A vision that has been in the works for the better part of two years is getting close to fruition.
Ladner Village has that small town feel that provides a great climate for small business.
South Delta Minor Hockey Association officially brought the curtains down on the 2012-13 season by announcing winners in its annual scholarship/ bursary program.
Delta and Richmond area employers are expecting an optimistic hiring climate for the third quarter of 2013, according to a recent survey conducted by Manpower.
Shato Holdings and Talisman Homes will unveil building plans, renderings and commercial tenants for the 32,000-square-foot Tsawwassen Springs clubhouse during a groundbreaking event set for Saturday.
We cannot imagine a proposal that more ideally meets the contending needs of the community - for more appropriate housing, for recreational use, for locally produced agricultural products - than the plan proposed for the Southlands.
A highlight of my year is reading the mayor's letter enclosed with the Corporation of Delta's annual property tax notice. It notes that "this year's property tax is one of the lowest in the region," implying that there can be more than one lowest tax.
The proposed final build-out at Marina Garden Estates is a vast improvement over what is already approved for the area, according to representatives with Polygon Homes Ltd.
The tallest tower east of Burrard Street had a groundbreaking ceremony with special guests this past weekend in Burnaby.
The Fraser Health Authority is being heavily criticized by the B.C. Nurses' Union for its plan to charge residential care home residents a fee for wheelchair use.
The dust has hardly settled, and the B.C. Liberals are already deep into the public trough, increasing salaries of the faithful up to $75,000.
Re: "Church's belief's worse than loss of theatre space," May 31.
You get robbed at gunpoint, you know you're a victim of a crime. Your bank account is emptied by scammers, you know you're a victim of a crime.
Learn how to prevent identity theft, scams and telemarketing at a workshop Saturday at the Terry Fox Library in PoCo.
As consumers get used to paying two taxes for their favourite items, at least one Tri-Cities community is feeling the pinch with the return of the PST/GST.
My name is Tony Roy and I am on the board of directors for the SHARE Family & Community Services Society. I am writing to ask for your help to Feed and Free SHARE Bear.
Tolls on the Golden Ears Bridge will go up again on July 15.
A 30-minute picket Monday of the Langley School District headquarters by maintenance workers was an outward sign of a long-simmering contract dispute.