Miranda Gathercole

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.

$150,000 more for new Langley maternity ward

Toyotatown, Trotman Auto Group add to growing LMHF fund

Wendy Johnson re-elected Board of Education chair

Trustee wins role by acclamation at June 18 meeting

Mitchell ‘no one-trick pony’

Blueberry cannon ban is just one issue on independent candidate’s mind

Garage fire sends pair to hospital with minor injuries

Lawn mower fire results in $150,000 in damages

Air ambulance needed twice on Sunday

Two crashes on Sunday afternoon required helicopters to transport patients.

Idle No More mobilizes in Langley

Dozens of First Nations and supporters gathered at Willowbrook Mall on Saturday for the Langley Idle No More protest against Bill C-45.

Car lovers gather for annual auction

B.C. Hotrod Association has raised more than $100,000 for Aldergrove’s Valley Therapeutic Equestrian Association

Polak chooses Langley Airport to announce aviation strategy

Langley Airport will benefit from new strategy, transportation minister says.

Aldergrove trolley service coming

Trolley service within the Aldergrove area could begin by January.

Shelter needed for Langley youth

Pilot project between City, Township will build emergency shelter

Vehicle to be stripped, materials cut up to make bus shelters in Aldergrove

Trolley purchased by Aldergrove Trolley Company Society deemed unusable for service

Langley siblings ‘being the change’ they want to see in the world

Michael and Elizabeth Pratt's vision for an Afghan war memorial in Langley came to fruition on Remembrance Day

‘It’s like it was meant to be’

A Langley couple who are both recovering addicts win a dream wedding package and reconnect with family

‘Asia truly is our future’: Langley MLA Mary Polak

Infrastructure investment will allow transportation of products to Asia in more efficient manner

Flight museum fired up over Firecat acquisition

Historic aircraft that was used during the Cold War will make its final home at the Canadian Museum of Flight at the Langley airport

Langley Township to install electric car chargers

Six new electric vehicle charging stations will be set up in Langley Township.

Weapons call likely a hoax, say police

ERT responded, closed down Aldergrove street for more than two hours

New gear for Aldergrove naval radio station

Defence Minister Peter MacKay announces $1.1 million in electrical system upgrade