Miranda Gathercole

Council defers decision on two-house lot rezoning

Residents upset over a north Langley development have to wait a bit longer for answers as Township staff take a closer look at the issue

Summer awareness campaign planned for 16 Avenue

Signs will remind drivers they are travelling along a ‘high crash’ corridor

A free-standing hospice for Langley

After more than 30 years of effort Langley Hospice Society has announced plans for a dedicated 15-bed facility

Township looks at increase in dumping fines

Council votes to look at other communities' 'best practices' for dealing with illegal soil deposits and construction waste

Top five: Township sets its priorities for 2016

Township of Langley council has selected its top five priorities for 2016.In…

Fort Langley student named Miss Teen Canada

Winning national title an ‘overwhelming experience’ for Shalom Reimer

Councillor pushes for 16 Ave. safety upgrades

Fox motion calls for traffic signals, pull outs along busy east-west corridor

Aldergrove pool canopy approved

Township Council voted Monday night to build a cover over outdoor swimming pool at a cost of $1.57 million

Lessons to be learned from Langley’s experience with Karen people

Refugees’ needs are far different from those of immigrants, says Langley School District resettlement worker

Langley prepares for potential influx of refugees from Syria

While the community isn't anticipating taking in a large group, local organizations are putting together a plan, just in case

Advocacy group calls for seniors-only shuttle service

Study results based on questionnaire of 250 Langley seniors between the ages of 60 and 96

A taste of the Islands

Aldergrove dance studio brings Polynesian culture to Langley

Stars and scars — Giant Pumpkin crowned at Krause Berry Farm weigh-off Saturday

Langley grower Scott Carley took top spot with pumpkin weighing in at more than 1,400 pounds

Volunteer project takes flight

Members of Langley's Canadian Museum of Flight tasked with building pair of replica First World War fighter planes

Able Walker inventor awarded Order of B.C.

City of Langley council members honoured innovator Norman Rolston at their meeting on Monday night

The other side of cancer

Family discovers long term effects of caring for loved ones with terminal illness.

They ride to help conquer cancer

Ever-growing team cycles in memory of friend lost to the disease

Pot 101: KPU offers course in cultivation

New online course on the business of marijuana goes viral.

One more step for fibromyalgia

Cheryl Young and members of the Fibromyalgia Well Spring Foundation are walking across B.C. to raise awareness of hidden illnesses.

Special sendoff for Spirit of the Coast paddlers

Paddlers will travel 1,300 km over next three months to promote unique attributes of B.C. coast.