Frank Bucholtz

B.C. VIEWS: Transportation options can be few

Frank Bucholtz is a columnist and former editor with Black Press Media

Township’s measures on 16 Avenue ‘too little, too late’

A long-term regional plan must be devised for the busy commuter route,says columnist and former Times editor, Frank Bucholtz

Coleman speaks against proposed riding boundary changes

The proposed change in Langley provincial electoral boundaries has prompted a response from the Fort Langley-Aldergrove MLA

Memorial service set for Janzen family

Four members of family killed in murder-suicide will be remembered at Bethel Mennonite church on Friday afternoon

Lengthy delay in trial a hardship on Redford family

Almost nine years after Margaret Redford's death, a trial date has yet to be set for the man accused of killing the Aldergrove woman.

Electoral Boundaries Commission will be in Langley Wednesday

Public will be able to comment on proposed provincial boundary shifts, which put Langley and Abbotsford together in two ridings.

Proposed provincial ridings would be half Langley, half-Abbotsford

Langley would have three MLAs, but two of them would represent significant portions of Abbotsford

State of transit service in Langley focus of town hall

Langley Township Mayor Jack Froese asked about improvements to bus service in Monday night telephone town hall.

Reasons to vote ‘yes’ outlined in Langley

A forum Wednesday night featured speakers and information from the 'yes' campaign on the transportation and transit referendum.

More than $182,000 spent in Langley mayors’ races

Three-way races for mayor in both Langley Township and Langley City were costly for most candidates

Vigorous debate on proposed transportation tax at Langley chamber meeting

Bill Tieleman of the "Yes" campaign debated Jordan Bateman of the "No" forces, over 0.5 per cent congestion improvement tax.

Dornan wins Good Citizen Award

Former Township councillor receives award at Greater Langley Chamber of Commerce meeting

Dean Drysdale wins Conservative nomination in Cloverdale-Langley City

Former Langley Township councillor wins on third round of balloting.

Empty coal trains to continue travelling on lightly-used SRY line in North Langley until Nov. 30

A detour of empty BNSF coal trains has been extended past the original end date of Oct. 15. Several trains a day using lightly-used line.

Military theme of Langley Rotary Club gala is very timely

Nov. 8 event will see all funds raised go to Wounded Warriors Canada, which provides support for military personnel and their families.

‘This may be it’- Langley MP believed he might die during attack on Parliament

Mark Warawa and his fellow MPs barricaded doors and fashioned spears from flagpoles as gunfire erupted outside caucus chambers

Langley’s top businesses receive awards of excellence

The annual Business Excellence Awards event took place on Oct. 22 at Cascades Casino and Convention Centre.

Election 2014: Serena Oh gives reasons for seeking Langley Township mayor’s job

Township of Langley: Oh, Serena - mayor candidate: Treatment in Burnaby prompted her to seek office here.

Election 2014: All-candidate debate kicks off race for City mayor’s seat

City of Langley: Six contenders for two jobs went toe-to-toe at chamber-sponsored event, held last Tuesday

BC Seniors Games were a big success

The B.C. Seniors Games (now the 55+ Games), which ran from Wednesday through Saturday of last week, were an unqualified success.