Monique Tamminga

Langley youth shelter won’t open this month

Luckily, there is less need for beds in last six months, said Encompass Support Services

UPDATE: Power back on in Aldergrove after being pummeled by ice storms

Downed power lines forced two-day highway closure, residents left in the dark

Founder of Langley ‘Hope After Stroke’ group pleads for help after funding loss

Donation shortage from Cruise-In will likely force stroke recovery group to cut some services

Critter Care wants your Christmas trees for their animals to climb on

The trees will be used to enrich the hundreds of animals in their care this winter

VIDEO: Watch Critter Care bears make a den for hibernation

Bears caught on video making a cozy den for themselves

Told he had two weeks to live, Langley man now enjoying new lease on life

Tim Roxburgh’s unusual experience has given him a unique perspective on end-of-life care in hospice

Best Books of 2017

From local authors to bestsellers and award winners, lots of good reads for this holiday

RCMP and school district issue warning about suspicious person

Letters home to parents from several different schools say stranger acting ‘inappropriately’

Comet, the tiny kitten, gets a Christmas miracle

Comet came into the Langley shelter covered in ringworm and starving to death

Christmas bird count is Dec. 30

The Langley and White Rock Naturalist clubs invite the public to help

B.C. boy followed and chased by two men

Langley 13-year-old was out walking his dog when incident occurred

UPDATE: New Willoughby high school will carry the name R.E. Mountain

Langley trustees vote in favour of the name transfer

Fill the Ambulance for those in need Saturday and Sunday

Kimz Angels, Santa, celebrities and a big fire truck will be at the Murrayville IGA

Langley safe houses over capacity for Christmas

Ishtar Society having to turn away families fleeing violence

Arrest warrant issued for Langley City man

David Main is wanted on numerous charges including obstructing an officer

Lead found in drinking water at seven Langley schools

Now remaining elementary schools built before 1990 will be tested

Christmas trees aplenty at Langley family farm

No shortage at Fernridge Christmas Tree Forest which is full of firs to pick from

“I cannot imagine how difficult the last 333 days have been” — Judge says to Jason Wallace during sentencing

Judgment says Wallace unintentionally shot and killed his friend HA Robert Green

B.C. Craft Cares for the Christmas Bureau

Langley man with passion for beer organizes 12 days of beer giveaways

Langley RCMP look for dash cam footage for arson fire

The popular Mark’s Work Wearhouse was gutted Wednesday morning