Natasha Jones

Langley Township ‘not opposed’ to reunification study

The organizers were pleasantly surprised: 3,176 people who live in the City signed the petition, while 3,547 Township residents signed it.

Township council debates budget ‘wants’ vs ‘needs’

Even to seasoned politicians, municipal budgets can be a confusing maze of numbers.

Review coming for Robertson Crescent

Township Council has called for a safety review for a trouble spot Langley intersection

Township Council gets testy over taxes

Debate arises over whether to offer taxpayers floating ideas or concrete options

Township holds budget open houses

Langley Township plans open houses on its 2012 budget on Monday and Tuesday, Feb. 27 and 28.

Injured Aldergrove boy remains in hospital

Langley RCMP said that there is “no change” in his condition.

Aldergrove trolley service moves closer to reality

Proposed Aldergrove commuter trolley service begins work on business plan

Young boy hit on 29th still in hospital care

The nine-year-old boy who was injured when he was struck by a vehicle in Aldergrove on Friday remains in serious condition in hospital.

Aldergrove residents demand ‘safe streets’

Road traffic safety sought by Aldergrove residents following pedestrian accidents

Organ transplant network to form

Charlie Fox and Todd Hauptman are starting a Fraser Valley support network for people facing transplants, donors and their families.

Flat fee for rental suites could lower Township property taxes

Township council discusses creating a flat fee for all houses that contain a secondary suite as a method to help lower property taxes.

Tourism Langley searches for new home

Tourism Langley is moving out of the Langley Events Centre because of high rental costs.

Young boy airlifted to hospital following Aldergrove crash

No change in condition of 11-year-old who suffered head injuries after being struck by vehicle

Langley school board censures McVeigh

Veteran trustee disciplined for revealing superintendent was fired

Esworthy lauded at Township meeting

BC Sports Hall of Fame inductee given standing ovation by members of council

Richter calls for performance-based salaries

Councillor’s motion to examine ‘very generous pay increase’ referred to Feb. 13 workshop

Aldergrove border may be closed to truck traffic

Closure would be “devastating” from an economic point of view, says Chamber executive director

Langley residents concerned over proposed ‘university district’

Goal of ‘district’ is to promote long term prosperity of Trinity Western University

LTA holds ‘mark in’ at mall

Demonstration staged to point out that a teacher’s day does not end at 3 p.m.

Pay increase could fund corridors

Langley woman suggests councillors examine recently enlarged compensation packages as way of saving money for project