Natasha Jones

Langley Township backs shark fin ban

After first rejecting a call for a ban on shark fins, Langley Township council has changed its mind.

Forest watchers caught off guard by tight land purchase deadline

Organization has until Nov. 17 to buy $3 million North Langley property from Township

Charging stations coming to Langley

570 charging stations to be completed by March, 2013

Concerns about creek at development open house

Plans for 65 homes on a 32-acre plot of farmland in the North Otter area are shown.

Township council pushing for bike lockers

New lockers will be at Langley Transit Exchange

Pot vote dismays Langley Township councillor

UBCM decision to lobby feds on marijuana decriminalization misguided, says Steve Ferguson

Dry weather heightens fire risk

Citing "extreme" hazard, Langley cancels all burning permits

Major film company set to call Langley home

First wave of employees of Partners in Motion/Harmony Entertainment due to arrive by Nov. 1.

16 Ave. safety at stalemate

The intent of the motion was explore ways to improve traffic safety along 16 Avenue.

Council votes for flashing lights on 256th

Township council supports installing an overhead flashing red light at the intersection of Robertson Crescent and 256 Street

WorkSafe BC acts on mushroom farm coroner’s inquest recommendations

Several recommendations from a coroner's inquest into the deaths of three Langley mushroom farm workers are being acted on.

FCM sounds alarm on failing infrastructure

$1.7 billion to replace Township road, water, sewer systems

Mayor defends LEC expansion process

Jack Froese responds to critics who have denounced the $7.7 million expansion of the Langley Events Centre

Langley Township considers tougher landfill policy

Langley Township council is acting to craft a new policy to regulate landfills on agricultural land.

Langley aims for curbs on landfill disputes

After hearing several delegations, some with compelling stories, Township council acted to craft a new policy to regulate land fills.

Police seek information on deceased man

A man known as the "Big Bear" whose remains were found in Aldergrove last year, has been identified as Barry Steven Maslanka-Ewing.

Milking a business for all it’s worth

Langley's Milner Valley Cheese is noticing a surge in business

Krause Berry Farm to move into wine business

Its good soil and proximity to Vancouver and the border, puts Krause Berry Farms and other area producers in a unique position.

Men caught red-handed in Aldergrove B & E

Local residents credited with quick apprehension of two Abbotsford men

Hunt on for dangerous predator

Lynden, Wash., police broaden search for would-be abductor of girl, 10