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Cummins not surprised at Van Dongen departure

"If it hadn't been today, it would have been in the coming weeks," said John Cummins.

BC Conservatives gather and campaign for executive positions

Rival executive slates seek support among members as party's AGM begins.

Conservative meeting will be highly-charged

Saturday's BC Conservative Party AGM in Langley will be a battle between leader's supporters and detractors.

Clark, Coleman ready to fight

Premier speaks at Coleman appreciation barbecue in Langley

Coleman confirms he will seek re-election

Fort Langley-Aldergrove MLA plans to seek a fifth term in Victoria.

Parachute battalion marks 70th anniversary

1st Canadian Parachute Battalion was the first Canadian unit on the ground on D-Day and the only Canadian unit to meet the Russian Army.

Betty McClurg passes away at age 80

She was Surrey school trustee and executive director of Langley Family Services.

Langley will be split into two federal ridings

One riding would include Langley City and Cloverdale, with the other combining most of the Township with part of Abbotsford.

Angie Quaale new president of Langley chamber

"I really appreciate the power of the chamber network, and the work it does to effect change for the business community and the economy.”

Langley’s environmental heroes honoured

Winners of the 2012 Environmental Hero awards were announced Saturday.

Iris Preston passes away at 85

She was a key player in many community organizations in Langley, and was an integral part of a dynamic duo with her husband George.

Details about Langley oil pipeline revealed

The Trans-Mountain oil pipeline goes through both rural and urban areas of Langley.

TransLink CEO won’t discuss fairness issue

The CEO was asked if Langley taxpayers received a level of service in proportion to the taxes they pay for TransLink.

Non-profits, volunteers have huge impact here

More than 900 community groups in Langley are making the community a better place, and the vast majority are doing so "under the iceberg."

TransLink gets minimal support from Township council

Only Councillor Grant Ward was willing to give the beleagured agency full support.

2013 Special Olympics coming to Langley

The Games will take place from July 11 to 14, 2013, and an organizing committee will be put together soon.

Eight new firefighters for Langley Township

2012 budget calls for eight new full time firefighters one more RCMP officer and renovations to Murrayville firehall

Township council considers new synthetic turf field for Aldergrove

Aldergrove soccer enthusiasts want to see a gravel practice area changed into synthetic turf.

Developers big source of campaign donations in Langley Township

Many developers doing business in Langley donated to council campaigns.

Most expensive mayor’s race in Langley Township history

Among them, the three candidates for mayor spent more than $240,000.