Natasha Jones

Aldergrove trolley aims to launch service this summer

The organization that is planning a trolley bus service for Aldergrove now has an official new name: The Aldergrove Trolley Company.

Riding into history … and toward hope

July motorcycle ride will raise funds for Langley's Gateway of Hope homeless shelter

Aldergrove trolley plans stalled

Transportation business plan left up in the air by difference of opinion

No new lake for Aldergrove

A water feature to replace Aldergrove Lake is unlikely.

Aldergrove turf field gets green light

Township council has voted to fully support completing a synthetic turf field at Aldergrove Athletic Park.

Township approves Aldergrove sports fields funding

Township council has voted to fully support completing a pair of synthetic turf fields at Aldergrove Athletic Park.

ALR subdivision nixed

Councillor Steve Ferguson called for a review of the Rural Plan at Township council on Monday.

Langley has ‘Talents’ ready

A traffic reporter, weatherman and a politician will be the featured judges in this Saturday's semi-finals of Langley Has Talent.

May be time to leave Metro, Township mayor muses

The Township of Langley should seriously consider pulling out of Metro Vancouver Regional District and TransLink,says Mayor Jack Froese.

Tax increases enhance public safety

The unexpected cost of a pay increase for RCMP officers will mean a further burden of $50,000 on Township taxpayers.

Wrecking ball aimed at old Aldergrove Mall

Aldergrove Mall owners have applied for a demolition permit on the vacant portion of the almost 40 year old enclosed mall

Langley Has Talent semi-finals this Saturday

Local television personalities, mayor make up judging panel for second annual talent contest at Christian Life Assembly

‘Expect more injuries if crews aren’t increased’ – Township firefighter

Langley Township council warned that running three-men crews leads firefighters to push themselves to dangerous extremes

Falcons offered as solution for frustrated rural Langley residents

Cannons and screechers are irritating, Township council hears

One year later, Antone killer still at large

The murder of a Kwantlen First Nation elder in his home remains unsolved.

Fox, Sparrow named to Township council-Langley Board of Education liaison committee

Township council named Councillors Charlie Fox and Michelle Sparrow to the committee. Trustees have not yet been named.

Bateman comes back to Township council

The former Langley Township councillor will comment on the CTF’s Contract with Taxpayers

Former mayor Green turns blue

Rick Green has become the vice-president of Fort Langley-Aldergrove provincial Conservatives.

Suspect arrested in bus stabbing

A 19-year-old man has been arrested in connection with an attack on a bus passenger in Aldergrove.

Seniors’ book celebrates food heritage

Reminiscences, Recipes and Remedies will be officially launched on Saturday on Fort Langley.