Natasha Jones

Glen Valley residents put on flood alert

As the Fraser River rises, occupants of 150 homes in North Langley advised to be ready to go at a moment's notice

Froese to meet with Fraser Valley mayors to discuss regional districts

Fraser Valley mayors are discussing regional district alignments.

Residents sound off on blueberry cannon blasts

Township Council told that proliferation of blueberry fields in the past 10 years has brought a marked increase in cannon use

Township debt is on the rise

Several major projects have led Langley Township to borrow more than $40 million.

Aldergrove residents are ‘done waiting’ for safer 29 Ave.

Stretch of road where a 10-year-old boy was struck last February remains a safety hazard, Margo McPhelan told council on Monday

Fraser Highway widening faces delays

Modifications to a retaining wall on the north side of Fraser Highway have delayed the completion of the road widening project

Tree faller plunges to his death

Bucket separates from boom, falls from 130 foot Douglas fir

‘No’ to bylaw suggestions from taxpayers’ federation

Municipal council members are required by law to disclose their expenses, but in Langley’s case, these are off-limits to the public.

Family services aims to broaden outreach

Langley Early Child Development and Middle Childhood Matters committees used the opportunity to publicize its new Langley Children website

Countdown to Langley Relay for Life

Still time to register for fundraising event at McLeod Athletic Park

Township considers wildlife roadkill issues

Councillor Kim Richter pointed out, as development occurs, wildlife is being displaced “and they are not making it to wildlife corridors.”

Smoke alarms need frequent testing

70 percent of fire-related fatalities between 2003 and 2007 occurred in houses that either had a non-functioning alarm, or none at all.

More than 5,000 calls to Township fire dept.

Structure fires represent only a small fraction of the calls made by Township firefighters.

Coleman wades into Langley-Metro fracas

Fort Langley-Aldergrove MLA calls Metro a bureaucratic 'behemoth'

Metro board set to sue Langley

Regional board and municipality on collision course over Trinity Western's plan for 'university district'

Opposing camps weigh in on church expansion

Two conflicting elements emerged at a public hearing at Langley Township council on Monday evening

Township council wrestles with grants criteria

Community grants prove a contentious topic at Township council.

Split from Metro Vancouver gains momentum

Stung by comments from Burnaby Mayor Derek Corrigan, Township council takes a step towards leaving Metro Vancouver.

Bakken gets standing ovation

Mark Bakken was recognized with a Canadian Association of Municipal Administrators (CAMA) award.

Winery signs not consistent

Signs directing tourists to winery destinations are inadequate and poorly maintained.