Frank Bucholtz

Father and daughter will show off customized toy car at Cruise-In

Big Langley City car show is set for Saturday, Sept. 6. Customized jeep shows how all ages can be part of it.

Election 2014: ‘Unelection campaign’ begins in Langley Township

Citizens frustrated with council process and decisions come together to form "Unelection" group and set up website.

Prime minister visits Langley for summer barbecue

Stephen Harper gives unofficial election campaign speech at Krause Berry Farms. Traffic in the area was congested.

Trustee Cecelia Reekie decides not to run for re-election

She is complimentary towards board, but says she wasn't ready to make an additional four-year time commitment.

Langley Township wants clear answers on pipeline project from Kinder Morgan

Township feels it won't be able to ask proper follow-up questions without more detailed answers to first questions.

Rural drivers face challenge of delays from coal trains

People in rural parts of Langley will face challenges seen frequently in Langley City.

Update: Empty coal trains began showing up in unlikely Langley locations on Monday

Lightly-used Southern Railway of B.C. line likely to host several trains a day over summer months.

Mayors’ council proposes Langley transit improvements

A new B-Line bus to SkyTrain, to be replaced by an LRT line within 12 years, is the major proposal.

BC SPCA will recommend animal cruelty charges against dog walker

Six dogs died of heat stroke, but dog walker reported them missing from Brookswood dog park.

Two events mark Day of Honour

The sacrifices made by Canadian soldiers and civilians in Afghanistan will be remembered.

‘First Salmon’ a meaningful event

The traditional First Salmon ceremony held by Kwantlen First Nation took place on Friday.

Plans for Canada Day event start to firm up

There will be events from June 28 to July 1, with the first two days devoted to sports tournaments.

Death of former finance minister a shock to all in Ottawa — MP Warawa

'Everybody in Ottawa is in shock," says Langley MP about Jim Flaherty's death.

Strong interest in pipeline open house at Walnut Grove

Langley residents had a chance to meet with Kinder Morgan officials and get more information.

248 Street overpass is now open

Traffic flowing across freeway again, after eight-month interval to build a new overpass.

Afghanistan mission has left deep imprint on Langley

Two soldiers died in conflict, and memorial tree walk remembers all the fallen

Help organized for victims in Ukraine

Honourary consul of Ukraine in B.C. advises of ways to help victims of recent violence.

Active community volunteer John Dance passes away

John Dance was involved with three of Langley's Rotary clubs and was president of Langley Days.

Langley RCMP work on being strategic

Special units target prolific offenders, and analyze crime data to set operational plans to fight crime.

Former MP to seek Conservative nomination in new riding

At least four people seeking the Cloverdale-Langley City nomination for the 2015 federal election.