Frank Bucholtz

Spending in Township council race is modest — mostly

The biggest spender was incumbent Bev Dornan, who received contributions of $19,675. Her expenses were $19,679.91.

NDP leadership hopeful Thomas Mulcair visits Langley

Mulcair served as Jack Layton’s deputy leader and was a key factor in building the party’s profile and base in Quebec.

Teachers’ union local president ran against Coleman in 2009

Gail Chaddock-Costello represented the NDP in the 2009 provincial election in Fort Langley-Aldergrove.

Langley population on the rise

2011 census numbers reveal 10,451 population increase in Township, 1,475 in Langley City

Close to 7,000 sign petition to study two Langleys

The signed petitions were delivered to the respective city halls on Tuesday morning.

Beaumont leaves school district

Superintendent Cheryle Beaumont is leaving Langley School District.

Return of Langley Good Times Cruise-In means $86,000 for local charities

The Langley Good Times Cruise-In will be giving a total of $86,000 to a variety of charities.

Mayors’ debate a civil occasion

A debate Tuesday between the three Township candidates and two City candidates was civil and respectful.

Craig Davies named business person of year

A total of 10 awards were handed out at the 15th annual Business Excellence Awards.

Candidates plan ‘meet and greet’ on Nov. 16

A group of Langley Townshjp council candidates are organizing a "meet and greet" event, so that potential voters can meet as many candidates as possible.

52 seeking seats on three Langley local governments

It appears that voters in Langley City and Langley Township will have many candidates to choose from in the Nov. 19 municipal election.

Nominations next step in Township election

A mass nomination papers signing ceremony Tuesday morning marked another step in the municipal election campaign in the Township. Although the number of candidates thus far is about par with the number running in the 2008 election, it is expected to rise significantly in the coming week.

Kositsky makes it a three-way race for mayor

Longtime Langley Township Councillor Mel Kositsky has officially confirmed that he is running for mayor.

At least 900 cars expected for Cruise-In

Langley Good Times Cruise-In president Riccardo Sestito expects there will be at least 900 cars on display at this year's Cruise-In, set for Saturday.

Revised Mufford overpass plans to be unveiled Tuesday

An open house on plans for the revised rail overpass at Mufford Crescent and 64 Avenue will be held next Tuesday and Wednesday.

Kositsky considers a run for mayor

Langley Township Councillor Mel Kositsky is seriously considering running for mayor in November.

‘It was so sudden’

Jack Layton's death from cancer came as a shock to local NDP members.

Farmers’ golf tournament raises funds to feed needy

Turkey and egg farmers from Langley and other parts of the Fraser Valley will take to the links on Wednesday, Aug. 31, in support of a good cause — Union Gospel Mission.

Transit expansion needs cash infusion

Transportation and Infrastructure Minister Blair Lekstrom says “the pot was running dry,”…

Province announces new design for Mufford Overpass

The provincial government has come up with another design for the Mufford Overpass project. The original design was rejected by the Agricultural Land Commission in 2010.