Monique Tamminga

Here’s the dirt on the flipped truck in Langley

The driver of the municipal truck was uninjured but a load of dirt was spilled

Langley woman tries to make off with $1,000 worth of meat

Woman fills cart with $1,700 in stolen goods and tries to walk away from WalMart

Langley realtor on 2017 Hot List

Deanna Horn one of 75 most influential real estate agents in Canada

Escaped bear spotted going about its ‘bear business’ in Langley

Five bears escaped Critter Care last week, one still at large, three already relocated back to wild

Langley parents can teach sexual education at home

If a parent can demonstrate how they will teach sexual health at home, they are free to do so

Motorcycle crash closes south Langley road Wednesday night

Female driving the bike failed to stop at 16th Avenue speed enforcement

Asbestos discovered at Langley Memorial Hospital

Health authority confirms there is no health risk but plans to safely remove it

A boat, tractor and expensive trees stolen in Langley

Police say numerous big ticket items have been stolen in recent weeks

Cold weather delays pesky mosquitoes

If there is a sustained hot spell, the biting insects could become a problem, say mosquito control

Serious crash closes 232 Street at Rawlison Crescent in Langley

The crash involves a semi and pick up truck

Fort Langley teen wants to help solve plastic pollution

Sophia Shultz’s article on plastics invading our daily routine has won her an award

Langley Hospice Society wants to win $50K Envision Financial grant

Money would be used to furnish the kitchen and dining room of 15 bed hospice

Groundbreaking of Canada’s first cat ISOasis on Friday

Work will get underway to build an isolation shelter for cats and kittens of Langley

Langley Teachers’ union calls out district for not hiring enough support staff

Langley Teachers’ union calls out district for not hiring enough support staff

Growing pains felt at RC Garnett Elementary

District commends parents, students, staff during construction. PAC asks for enrolment cap

Langley vet launches campaign to keep pets cool this summer

Mountain View is giving away window cling signs to businesses that are pet-friendly

Not criminally responsible due to a mental disorder

David Van Den Brink is still suffering in psychosis since murdering well known Langley homeless man

Polak appointed health minister

It isn’t likley the Langley MLA will hold the position for very long

Flipped vehicle shuts down 64 Avenue

A vehicle is on its roof on 64 Avenue just west of 204 Street

Brookswood Summerfest this weekend

Bouncy castle, snow cones, face painting, live music, food and more at Brookswood Park June 10