Natasha Jones

A travel trailer worth about $10

Three fires in three days

A trailer, house and mill catch fire within a three day span, keeping Township firefighters busy.

A travel trailer worth about $10

Tours of Glen Valley forest this Sunday

Guided tours of land which could be sold by Township take place on Sunday.

Five acres to be paved for church

Council gives third reading for Seventh Day Adventist building

Ralph’s Farm Market has received permission to build a new farm market behind the existing structure

Farm market approved for expansion

Ralph’s Farm Market granted permit to build new 13,900 square foot building in Langley

Ralph’s Farm Market has received permission to build a new farm market behind the existing structure

Dyson announces he will seek NDP nomination

Dyson ensures there will be nominating meeting with other candidate Gail Chaddock-Costello also a candidate

Pool funding ‘challenging’

Mayor’s $2 million estimate falls far short of land’s actual value

Road at Langley airport named for former mayor, John Beales

Kid who liked watching an overpass being built got his name on structure while former mayor, school trustee gets road at airport

Gail Chaddock-Costello

LTA president will seek NDP nomination

Gail Chaddock-Costello wants to represent Fort Langley-Aldergrove in Victoria

Gail Chaddock-Costello
Matthew and Brendan Perry stand in front of a large conifer on a forested property at 84 Avenue and 257A Street in Glen Valley. Residents returned to Township Council’s Monday meeting to urge them to stop the sale of 25 acres of forest land.

Glen Valley forest a link with Langley’s past, council told

residents returned to council on July 23 meeting, urging the Township to stop the sale of 25 more acres of forest

Matthew and Brendan Perry stand in front of a large conifer on a forested property at 84 Avenue and 257A Street in Glen Valley. Residents returned to Township Council’s Monday meeting to urge them to stop the sale of 25 acres of forest land.
Mayor Jack Froese stands in front of the boarded-up

UPDATED: New Aldergrove pool may open in 2015

Parks, recreation and culture director David Leavers said that both choices include an indoor leisure pool for year-round use.

Mayor Jack Froese stands in front of the boarded-up
The Emergency Response Team's Tactical Armoured Vehicle (TAV) was used here in Mission on Tuesday but was in Langley last Friday when reports came in about people with weapons on Fraser Highway.

UPDATED: Firearms scare over

ERT rushed to Aldergrove on Friday after reports that people were seen with weapons. None were found, said RCMP

The Emergency Response Team's Tactical Armoured Vehicle (TAV) was used here in Mission on Tuesday but was in Langley last Friday when reports came in about people with weapons on Fraser Highway.

Paper bag rapist moved to Alberta prison

Two Langley girls among John Horace Oughton's victims

Council rejects Aldergrove landfill plan

Fill proposal for property at 264 Street and 52 Avenue gets rough ride from neighbours

Gene Park

Council bends to residents over sale of Glen Valley forest

Property will not end up in private hands, Langley mayor vows

Gene Park

Rail safety rules deemed ‘onerous and unclear’

Township has 33 crossings which will be affected by new Transport Canada regulations

Fireworks ignite tree fire in Aldergrove

Despite rainy weather, things dry up fast, warns Township fire department

A Township staff report suggests that widening Fraser Highway to four lanes would improve traffic flow through 248 Street. The cost

No easy fix for intersection at 248 Street and Fraser, Langley Township Councillors told

Four lane option costly, crash stats don't support major changes says project engineer

A Township staff report suggests that widening Fraser Highway to four lanes would improve traffic flow through 248 Street. The cost
The roads have been paved and sidewalks put in as work continues on the new roundabout at 232 Street and 56 Avenue. Councillor Kim Richter expressed concern at the June 18 meeting that there was ‘no action’ happening on the project.

Langley Township Councillor concerned over slow progress on roundabout project

Kim Richter says intersection of 232 Street and 56 Avenue remains in poor condition

The roads have been paved and sidewalks put in as work continues on the new roundabout at 232 Street and 56 Avenue. Councillor Kim Richter expressed concern at the June 18 meeting that there was ‘no action’ happening on the project.
Colleen Hamilton and her daughter

Flood waters appear in low-lying areas

Low-lying areas of Langley are under a flooding alert, and Derby Reach Regional Park is no exception.

Colleen Hamilton and her daughter

Langley Township council asked to institute seniors’ committee

There are several calls for Langley Township to institute a seniors' committee.