Miranda Gathercole

Representatives from Langley Seniors Community Action Table and Triple A Seniors Housing spoke to Township council on June 26 about the importance of creating affordable housing for seniors.                                Langley Times File Photo

Affordable housing ‘significant issue’ for seniors in Langley

Advocacy groups urge Township council to support affordable housing motion by Coun. Petrina Arnason

Representatives from Langley Seniors Community Action Table and Triple A Seniors Housing spoke to Township council on June 26 about the importance of creating affordable housing for seniors.                                Langley Times File Photo
Representatives from Langley Seniors Community Action Table and Triple A Seniors Housing spoke to Township council on June 26 about the importance of creating affordable housing for seniors.                                Langley Times File Photo

Affordable housing ‘significant issue’ for seniors in Langley

Advocacy groups urge Township council to support affordable housing motion by Coun. Petrina Arnason

Representatives from Langley Seniors Community Action Table and Triple A Seniors Housing spoke to Township council on June 26 about the importance of creating affordable housing for seniors.                                Langley Times File Photo
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Township ramps up rat control

New policy in response to complaints from Aldergrove residents about increasing rat populations

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Carolyn Essaunce inspects one of her new bee colonies on her leased plot of land in south Otter.                                Miranda Gathercole Langley Times

VIDEO: The buzz about beekeeping

Although not a ‘sexy topic,’ Langley beekeeper explains the importance of saving the bugs

Carolyn Essaunce inspects one of her new bee colonies on her leased plot of land in south Otter.                                Miranda Gathercole Langley Times
From left: Emily Patterson, Claire Zalamea, Romy Sanchez, Kennedi Clements, Joey Pacheco, Kate Fleming, William Jope and coach and choreographer Paul Otterbein (back) will be competing in the World Hip Hop Dance Championships.                                Submitted photo.

VIDEO: Aldergrove dancers represent Canada at world hip hop championships

GoFundMe set up to help the Queen B’z dance crew travel to Arizona

From left: Emily Patterson, Claire Zalamea, Romy Sanchez, Kennedi Clements, Joey Pacheco, Kate Fleming, William Jope and coach and choreographer Paul Otterbein (back) will be competing in the World Hip Hop Dance Championships.                                Submitted photo.
From left: Emily Patterson, Claire Zalamea, Romy Sanchez, Kennedi Clements, Joey Pacheco, Kate Fleming, William Jope and coach and choreographer Paul Otterbein (back) will be competing in the World Hip Hop Dance Championships.                                Submitted photo.

VIDEO: Aldergrove dancers represent Canada at world hip hop championships

GoFundMe set up to help the Queen B’z dance crew travel to Arizona

From left: Emily Patterson, Claire Zalamea, Romy Sanchez, Kennedi Clements, Joey Pacheco, Kate Fleming, William Jope and coach and choreographer Paul Otterbein (back) will be competing in the World Hip Hop Dance Championships.                                Submitted photo.
GALLERY, VIDEO: Giddy up! Little Britches Rodeo returns to Langley

GALLERY, VIDEO: Giddy up! Little Britches Rodeo returns to Langley

Annual event taking over the Langley Riders Society grounds in Brookswood June 24 and 25

GALLERY, VIDEO: Giddy up! Little Britches Rodeo returns to Langley
Township of Langley Mayor Jack Froese and Councillor Angie Quaale. Submitted photos.

‘Aggressive’ behaviour towards Langley Township staff sparks policy review

Name calling, bullying of engineers reported at truck route public information session

Township of Langley Mayor Jack Froese and Councillor Angie Quaale. Submitted photos.
Lorne Walper, Colette Ghattas, Rosette Ghattas, Marilyn Walper, Nuha Ghattas, Betty Nelson and Gene Nelson were part of a group protest the Township’s plan to make 216 Street north of Highway 1 a designated truck route. They brought colourful signs to a Township-held information meeting on proposed truck route changes in North Langley at the Langley Events Centre on Monday night. Miranda Gathercole Langley Times

Walnut Grove residents protest truck route changes

People showed up with signs and a petition at Township information meeting

Lorne Walper, Colette Ghattas, Rosette Ghattas, Marilyn Walper, Nuha Ghattas, Betty Nelson and Gene Nelson were part of a group protest the Township’s plan to make 216 Street north of Highway 1 a designated truck route. They brought colourful signs to a Township-held information meeting on proposed truck route changes in North Langley at the Langley Events Centre on Monday night. Miranda Gathercole Langley Times
Ground was broken on the new Langley Youth Resource Centre on Tuesday morning. On hand for the ceremony were (from left): Executive Director of Encompass Support Services Society Lynne Topham, Councillor Angie Quaale, Mayor Jack Froese, Langley MLA Mary Polak, Councillor Charlie Fox, Director of Operations and Organizational Development for Encompass Loren Roberts and Councillor Blair Whitmarsh.                                Miranda Gathercole Langley Times.

Ground broken for new Langley Youth Resource Centre

Students will be able to use new hub this fall

Ground was broken on the new Langley Youth Resource Centre on Tuesday morning. On hand for the ceremony were (from left): Executive Director of Encompass Support Services Society Lynne Topham, Councillor Angie Quaale, Mayor Jack Froese, Langley MLA Mary Polak, Councillor Charlie Fox, Director of Operations and Organizational Development for Encompass Loren Roberts and Councillor Blair Whitmarsh.                                Miranda Gathercole Langley Times.
BC Electric Railway’s last run to Langley.                                Video Screen Grab

VIDEO: BC Electric Railway’s last run into Langley

The Langley Heritage Society is sharing original footage of Langley from the late 1940s, early 50s

BC Electric Railway’s last run to Langley.                                Video Screen Grab
Flooding at Fort Langley’s Marina Park in June, 2012 prompted the Township to close down the walking trail along the river and the boat launch.                                Langley Times File Photo

High streamflow advisory issued for Fraser River

Water levels expected to reach peak levels this weekend in Fort Langley, Glen Valley

Flooding at Fort Langley’s Marina Park in June, 2012 prompted the Township to close down the walking trail along the river and the boat launch.                                Langley Times File Photo
The Weir facility is located at 18933 34A Ave. in South Surrey’s Campbell Heights business park. Miranda Gathercole Langley Times

Brookswood residents deliver clean water petition to Township

More than 1,200 signatures collected in response to Ebco/Weir air quality applications

The Weir facility is located at 18933 34A Ave. in South Surrey’s Campbell Heights business park. Miranda Gathercole Langley Times
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‘Hordes of rats’ rampage Aldergrove, says resident

Resident asks Township to ramp up rat control following recent influx at Bertrand Creek development

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DW Poppy students (from left) Ryan Hollaus, Maeggan Palliyaguru, Mariah Bicknell and Rhys MacCarthy star in ‘The Glass Menagerie’, running May 31 to June 3 at the school’s drama studio. Tickets are available at the door, by email or online.                                Miranda Gathercole Langley Times

DW Poppy students take on new challenge with 1930s drama

Tennessee Williams classic ‘The Glass Menagerie’ runs May 31 to June 3 in Langley

DW Poppy students (from left) Ryan Hollaus, Maeggan Palliyaguru, Mariah Bicknell and Rhys MacCarthy star in ‘The Glass Menagerie’, running May 31 to June 3 at the school’s drama studio. Tickets are available at the door, by email or online.                                Miranda Gathercole Langley Times
Despite the efforts of some Langley City businesses

Anonymous donor offers $20,000 to keep Cruise-In in City of Langley

Cruise-In Society declines donation, saying they 'want the community to be happy and not have to pay for it'

Despite the efforts of some Langley City businesses
After nearly 20 years in the City of Langley

UPDATED: Langley Cruise-In car show eyes move to Aldergrove

Although still in the early stages, The Langley Good Times Cruise-In is looking to leave the City of Langley and move to the Township

After nearly 20 years in the City of Langley
A Langley family is asking Township council for help after being denied permits to shoot movies at their property.

Resident questions Township film permit process

In 2016, there were more than 1,000 film days in the Township of Langley for 136 different productions

A Langley family is asking Township council for help after being denied permits to shoot movies at their property.
Reported stabbing in rural Langley a 'fairly minor' incident

Reported stabbing in rural Langley a ‘fairly minor’ incident

Air Ambulance initially called to stabbing in Otter that turned out to be 'self-inflicted'

Reported stabbing in rural Langley a 'fairly minor' incident
According to research conducted by Kwantlen Polytechnic University’s Institute for Sustainable Food Systems

Local food system study finds Southwest B.C. has only 40 per cent food self-reliance

Township of Langley to spend $25,000 to have complimentary sustainable food system study completed

According to research conducted by Kwantlen Polytechnic University’s Institute for Sustainable Food Systems