Miranda Gathercole

The Golden Ears Bridge. Langley Times file photo.

MLAs in Langley caution bridge toll removal could impact B.C.’s credit rating

Losing triple-A credit rating would lead to higher borrowing costs for province warn Coleman, Polak

The Golden Ears Bridge. Langley Times file photo.
Township of Langley Facebook photo

VIDEO: Illegal dumping decreases in the Township

Incidents down following implementation of #idiot campaign

Township of Langley Facebook photo
Fine art show brings best of the west to Langley
Fine art show brings best of the west to Langley
Submitted photo by Robin Horn.

PHOTOS: Community gathers to promote ‘peace, love and pie’ at #ProjectPotluck event

Around 100 people came out to Well Seasoned for Sunday evening potluck

Submitted photo by Robin Horn.
Photo from www.projectpotluck.net

Langley foodie hosts #projectpotluck event this Sunday

Community potluck to promote love, unity and real connections in light of Charlottesville violence

Photo from www.projectpotluck.net
The forest directly beside Shawn Cahill’s cabin was completely incinerated by fire, destroying the ground cover, trees and stumps. Photo by Shawn Cahill.

Township firefighter in ‘disbelief’ that Elephant Hill wildfire spared his cabin

Despite his home on Loon Lake being untouched, many others did not escape the flames

The forest directly beside Shawn Cahill’s cabin was completely incinerated by fire, destroying the ground cover, trees and stumps. Photo by Shawn Cahill.
VIDEO: Langley gymnast becomes karaoke king

VIDEO: Langley gymnast becomes karaoke king

After suffering a severe injury, internationally ranked athlete finds new outlet in singing

VIDEO: Langley gymnast becomes karaoke king
A film crew took over the parking lot of Gabby’s Country Cabaret on Fraser Highway Wednesday as shooting of the series Riverdale continues. Troy Landreville Langley Times

Riverdale films at Gabby’s Country Cabaret today

Popular TV series has used many filming locations in Langley

A film crew took over the parking lot of Gabby’s Country Cabaret on Fraser Highway Wednesday as shooting of the series Riverdale continues. Troy Landreville Langley Times
From left: Paddington Station strata members Donna Francis and Donna Moore, Leons Langley sales and merchandising manager Dave Sharpe, and Leons sales associate Mike York.                                 Miranda Gathercole Langley Times

Local business donates furniture to burned-out Paddington Station building

Leons will also provide discounts to Paddington residents

From left: Paddington Station strata members Donna Francis and Donna Moore, Leons Langley sales and merchandising manager Dave Sharpe, and Leons sales associate Mike York.                                 Miranda Gathercole Langley Times
Fern Gabriel will once again be leading walking tours this August and September. Langley Times file photo

Kwantlen First Nation share oral history on free walking tours

Tours will be held in Fort Langley and Maple Ridge through August and September

Fern Gabriel will once again be leading walking tours this August and September. Langley Times file photo
Bruce Coughlan plays at the Fort Pub & Grill on Tuesday, July 25. He has been a regular performer at the bar since 1981.                                Miranda Gathercole Langley Times

VIDEO: Preserving history through song

Tiller’s Folly frontman Bruce Coughlan shares his passion for B.C. history through music

Bruce Coughlan plays at the Fort Pub & Grill on Tuesday, July 25. He has been a regular performer at the bar since 1981.                                Miranda Gathercole Langley Times
Artist rendering for the expanded Leavitt facility. Submitted image

Neighbours say ‘Leavitt alone’ to industrial property expansion

Residents object to expansion of Leavitt Machinery site during July 24 public hearing

Artist rendering for the expanded Leavitt facility. Submitted image
Fort Langley, 1858. (Harper’s Weekly, October, 1858. BCA PDP01891)

From glaciers to the Great War and beyond

‘Our Shared History’ looks back 13,000 years at the region that became Langley Township

Fort Langley, 1858. (Harper’s Weekly, October, 1858. BCA PDP01891)
Artist renderings of the new Otter Co-op building in Aldergrove. Submitted images

Otter Co-op plans new wine tasting facility

Township approves development permit for new offices and wine tasting centre at Otter Co-op

Artist renderings of the new Otter Co-op building in Aldergrove. Submitted images
The Township of Langley Firefighters’ Charities shared this photo on Facebook July 14. “In the national wide fight against the #bcwildlandfires, our crew takes a minute working alongside Pritchard Volunteer Fire Dept in Williams Lake to grab a picture,” they wrote. “Stay safe guys.”                                Facebook photo

Township fire crews ‘in good spirits’ in Williams Lake

Chief Stephen Gamble outlines details of deployment in report to council

The Township of Langley Firefighters’ Charities shared this photo on Facebook July 14. “In the national wide fight against the #bcwildlandfires, our crew takes a minute working alongside Pritchard Volunteer Fire Dept in Williams Lake to grab a picture,” they wrote. “Stay safe guys.”                                Facebook photo
Township of Langley firefighter Shawn Cahill took this photo before evacuating the Loon Lake area on Friday (July 14). Submitted photo

Township firefighter watched helplessly as cabins burned at Loon Lake

Intense wildfire ‘sounded like a jet coming over the ridge’

Township of Langley firefighter Shawn Cahill took this photo before evacuating the Loon Lake area on Friday (July 14). Submitted photo
Submitted photo

Her Brothers perform free concert July 20

Performance part of the Township of Langley’s Summer Concert Series

Submitted photo
The 2017 ukulele summer camp takes place Aug. 14 to 18 at Langley Fundamental Elementary. Submitted photo

Learn to play the ukulele this summer

The Langley Ukulele Association’s 11th annual ukulele summer camp runs Aug. 14 to 18

The 2017 ukulele summer camp takes place Aug. 14 to 18 at Langley Fundamental Elementary. Submitted photo
Cheryl Moore, George Otty Senior and George Otty are among a group of Fort Langley residents who are upset with the rate that large trees are being taken down in their neighbourhood. They are now taking their case to council, after seven large trees were taken down at this empty house on Trattle Street and 88 Avenue last week. Miranda Gathercole Langley Times

Fort Langley residents campaign for Township-wide tree bylaw

Recent loss of seven mature trees from one lot sparks neighbours to take tree protection to council

Cheryl Moore, George Otty Senior and George Otty are among a group of Fort Langley residents who are upset with the rate that large trees are being taken down in their neighbourhood. They are now taking their case to council, after seven large trees were taken down at this empty house on Trattle Street and 88 Avenue last week. Miranda Gathercole Langley Times
Future public hearing to be held on north Langley truck routes

Future public hearing to be held on north Langley truck routes

More public input will be sought when truck route bylaws come to Township council for approval

Future public hearing to be held on north Langley truck routes