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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

Cloverdale Library to see significant renovations

The renovation was intended to coincide with the museum re-opening, but has now been delayed

Delta celebrates pride with inaugural picnic

Saturday’s event drew over 100 people to Ladner’s Memorial Park

North Delta library offering individual sessions in Punjabi, Hindi

Community librarian Minakshi Sidhu is available for sessions on Mondays and Thursdays

$94K in new furniture on the way for Delta libraries

The furnishings come as part of the continuing library improvment plan

UPDATE: Man missing from Ladner houseboat found dead on Washington beach

The man had fallen off a houseboat in April, his body was found in Ferndale this July

Inaugural bathtub race coming to Delta’s Centennial Beach

The race and festival will be taking place at the beach and Diefenbaker Park on Aug. 18

Little library builds community in Cloverdale

The theft of two chairs brought more support to the already bustling book nook

North Delta townhouse proposal passes first, second reading

The 16-unit development on 89A Avenue will now proceed to a public hearing

UPDATED: Man arrested for assaulting Delta police officer in nursing home

Police say the man cut an officer with a switchblade after learning of his mother’s imminent passing

Delta casino gets the green light from city

After receiving fourth reading, the casino now needs formal approval from BCLC

New track, synthetic field and change rooms in the works for North Delta

Projects included as short-term goals in Delta’s new parks and recreation strategic work plan

Delta’s crime rate down for third straight year

Statistics Canada’s annual crime severity index shows city is one of the safest in Metro Vancouver

Delta could replace Massey Tunnel using federal and third-party funding

Determination came from a series of meetings with federal government in early June

Delta to showcase local birds, but won’t call itself Canada’s raptor capital

Council voted to promote local birds ahead of international bird conference in Vancouver next month

‘First ever’ Pride Picnic coming to Delta this August

Organizer Kutrina Mosch believes this may be the first Pride event ever held in Delta

North Delta teens receive top scholarships from SFU

Bradley Schellenberg and Deanna Liu were awarded $100,000 and $110,000, respectively, for university

Delta Student Police Academy a ‘once in a lifetime experience’ for teens

The 24 students got a chance to see inside the world of a Delta police officer

North Delta, Surrey blazes prompt fire prevention reminder

Delta Fire will be giving out fire-safe booklets, as well as hosting a discussion in the fall