Monique Tamminga

Hey, women!: All hands on deck on a warship Oct. 21

Hey, women!: All hands on deck on a warship Oct. 21

Achieve Anything Foundation founder Kirsten Brazier is offering women a day at sea for free

Hey, women!: All hands on deck on a warship Oct. 21
Jail and driving ban for Aldergrove man who caused three-car crash

Jail and driving ban for Aldergrove man who caused three-car crash

The 2015 crash in Aldergrove sent one local woman to hospital with serious injuries

Jail and driving ban for Aldergrove man who caused three-car crash
Since tolling was removed from the Port Mann Bridge on Sept. 1, the span has been the site of a number of multi-vehicle crashes, creating long tie-ups for both commuters and commercial traffic. (Transportation Investment Corp.)

Truckers feeling the pinch of toll-free bridges

B.C. Trucking Association pushes for mobility pricing to ease increased congestion

Since tolling was removed from the Port Mann Bridge on Sept. 1, the span has been the site of a number of multi-vehicle crashes, creating long tie-ups for both commuters and commercial traffic. (Transportation Investment Corp.)
Abbotsford woman missing since Sept. 25

Abbotsford woman missing since Sept. 25

Kristina Ward is known to frequent Langley City’s downtown core area

Abbotsford woman missing since Sept. 25
Langley Youth Shelter delayed until January 2018

Langley Youth Shelter delayed until January 2018

A change in service providers has led to a later opening of the five bed centre

Langley Youth Shelter delayed until January 2018
The now empty Quality Inn across from Home Depot on 200 Street is being proposed to house the homeless with supports in place. BC Housing along with Stepping Stone is holding a public meeting Oct. 30 starting at 5 p.m. at LEC. Monique Tamminga Langley Times

BC Housing looks to convert Langley’s Quality Inn into housing for homeless

Public information meeting on supportive housing proposal on Oct. 30 at LEC

The now empty Quality Inn across from Home Depot on 200 Street is being proposed to house the homeless with supports in place. BC Housing along with Stepping Stone is holding a public meeting Oct. 30 starting at 5 p.m. at LEC. Monique Tamminga Langley Times
Fort Langley-Aldergrove MLA and then B.C. Deputy Premier Rich Coleman spoke during a press conference in March on the Trans-Canada Six-Laning-Fraser Valley Project. Joining him were, left to right, Langley Township Mayor Jack Froese, Abbotsford West MLA Michael de Jong, and Langley MLA Mary Polak. Langley Times file photo

Highway One widening in Langley to Abbotsford may not happen now

Township mayor said it would be ‘foolish’ to stop widening of freeway from 216 Street to 264th

Fort Langley-Aldergrove MLA and then B.C. Deputy Premier Rich Coleman spoke during a press conference in March on the Trans-Canada Six-Laning-Fraser Valley Project. Joining him were, left to right, Langley Township Mayor Jack Froese, Abbotsford West MLA Michael de Jong, and Langley MLA Mary Polak. Langley Times file photo
Cranberry Festival takes over Fort Langley this Saturday

Cranberry Festival takes over Fort Langley this Saturday

Celebrate the harvest and history of the popular red berry

Cranberry Festival takes over Fort Langley this Saturday
Letter sent home to parents on Friday asks for patience as Langley School District scrambles to find teachers to fill classrooms. Unsplash photo

Teacher shortage hits Langley hard

One month into the year and 25 classrooms in Langley don’t have teachers in place

Letter sent home to parents on Friday asks for patience as Langley School District scrambles to find teachers to fill classrooms. Unsplash photo
Firefighters at the scene of a blaze that destroyed two Langley houses, one of them under construction, Sunday morning. Dan Ferguson Langley Times

VIDEO: Langley fire crews battle double-house fire

Huge blaze likely caused by rags that combusted, destroying two homes

Firefighters at the scene of a blaze that destroyed two Langley houses, one of them under construction, Sunday morning. Dan Ferguson Langley Times
Through Aubrielle’s Wish, all the money raised from the sale of Aubrielle Bibeau’s drawings will be put towards gifts to donate to sick kids. The goal is to raise $1,000 for the Langley Christmas Bureau and the BC Children’s Hospital.                                Troy Landreville Langley Times

Aubrielle’s Wish: to bring smiles to the faces of sick kids

Langley girl draws pictures to raise money for children in need

Through Aubrielle’s Wish, all the money raised from the sale of Aubrielle Bibeau’s drawings will be put towards gifts to donate to sick kids. The goal is to raise $1,000 for the Langley Christmas Bureau and the BC Children’s Hospital.                                Troy Landreville Langley Times
Langley board of education stands behind SOGI curriculum

Langley board of education stands behind SOGI curriculum

Each trustee offered impassioned speech about ensuring schools are safe and inclusive for all

  • Sep 27, 2017
Langley board of education stands behind SOGI curriculum
Not too late to Walk on the Wildside this Sunday in Langley

Not too late to Walk on the Wildside this Sunday in Langley

Critter Care Wildlife Society hosts walk at Campbell Valley Park

Not too late to Walk on the Wildside this Sunday in Langley
VIDEO: Rally a rainbow of support for LGBTQ youth

VIDEO: Rally a rainbow of support for LGBTQ youth

More than 100 people gather outside the Langley School District office

VIDEO: Rally a rainbow of support for LGBTQ youth
Dorothy Peacock Elementary Grade 5 student Ciara Moraes showed her winning Orange Shirt design, “Heart.” Lower Fraser Valley Aboriginal Society held a competition for the design of this year’s orange shirt, which symbolizes the suffering First Nations children experienced when they were taken from their families to go to residential schools.                                 Troy Landreville Langley Times

Dorothy Peacock Grade 5 student designs this year’s Orange Shirt

Orange Shirt Day events are happening around Langley Sept. 29, 30

Dorothy Peacock Elementary Grade 5 student Ciara Moraes showed her winning Orange Shirt design, “Heart.” Lower Fraser Valley Aboriginal Society held a competition for the design of this year’s orange shirt, which symbolizes the suffering First Nations children experienced when they were taken from their families to go to residential schools.                                 Troy Landreville Langley Times
Bobs & Lolo perform at Langley’s Rivers Day

Bobs & Lolo perform at Langley’s Rivers Day

Costume parade, gold panning, climbing wall and free barbecue on Sunday

Bobs & Lolo perform at Langley’s Rivers Day
One hundred Porsches rally from Langley to Whistler

One hundred Porsches rally from Langley to Whistler

Rally will start at Porsche Centre Langley on Saturday morning, Sept. 23

One hundred Porsches rally from Langley to Whistler
A possible drug-related explosion in a garage of an Aldergrove townhome has put three families out of their homes, including a couple who have raised their kids there and lived there 31 years. Submitted photo

Aldergrove couple lose home of 31 years to possible drug-explosion in neighbour’s garage

Son starts GoFundMe page to help them get back on their feet

A possible drug-related explosion in a garage of an Aldergrove townhome has put three families out of their homes, including a couple who have raised their kids there and lived there 31 years. Submitted photo
Langley teen returns home from hurricane-ravaged island

Langley teen returns home from hurricane-ravaged island

Kurt Seelig was on the island of Saint Martin visiting friends who lost everything in hurricane

Langley teen returns home from hurricane-ravaged island
Six-year sentence for drug trafficking

Six-year sentence for drug trafficking

Jason Wallace had been arrested in connection with a drug lab at a rural Langley mansion

Six-year sentence for drug trafficking