Natasha Jones

Girl badly injured in riding accident

Horse reared, then rolls on top of her at Thunderbird Show Park

Emergency workers had to use the 'jaws of life' to get an injured woman out of a small car that collided with a large pickup truck Tuesday afternoon in Langley. The victim was transported to hospital by helicopter.

Woman in ‘critical’ condition after Langley City crash

Honda Accord collides with Ford F350 on 203 Street and Fraser Highway

Emergency workers had to use the 'jaws of life' to get an injured woman out of a small car that collided with a large pickup truck Tuesday afternoon in Langley. The victim was transported to hospital by helicopter.

Langley man pleads for thief to return ashes

Girlfriend's ashes, necklace among things stolen during afternoon break-in

Fees can’t be relaxed, filming company told

There will be no relaxing of the fees requested by a production company hired by Oprah Winfrey Network Canada.

Pat Walker

Massive response to insurance rate drop

Township's fire accreditation is good news for rural homeowners

Pat Walker

Township not interested in public hearing on Mufford overpass

A majority vote by Township council killed the opportunity for public discourse on the overpass proposal.

Bid to limit election sign numbers shot down

The next civic election will likely see a repeat of the proliferation of election signs that pockmarked the landscape of Langley

Massive pay hike for council

Massive pay hike for council

Formula-driven raises kicked in on Dec. 1, giving council members nearly 20 per cent increase

Massive pay hike for council
Seasonal 56 chef Adrian Beaty sprinkles the final touches on one of the two Gumboot desserts

Producers flavour local dishes

Adrian and Shannon Beaty have whipped their passion for people and food into a thriving restaurant, Seasonal 56.

Seasonal 56 chef Adrian Beaty sprinkles the final touches on one of the two Gumboot desserts

Volunteer centre would help Langley events

Many Langley events are dependent on ‘volunteer power.’

No tax break for ‘Million Dollar Neighbourhood’

Township council agreed that there will be no relaxing of the fees requested by a production company hired by Oprah Winfrey Network Canada.

Mufford overpass plan gets land commission’s blessing

Agricultural Land Commission backs new overpass design.

Rural Langley residents to get break on fire insurance

Accreditation proved that fire crews can quickly transport water to a rural area, and maintain an effective supply.

Inaugural Township meeting an exercise in civility

Mayor Jack Froese set the tone for the next three years, urging that differences be put aside for the greater good of the community.

Mayor Jack Froese takes the helm

New Langley Township mayor calls for council to set aside personal differences.

Driver in road rage case to learn fate on Jan. 6

Brent Parent, charged in connection with the 16 Avenue death of Silas O'Brien, will be back in court Jan. 6

Rick Green speaks to his supporters inside Milner Chapel after conceding defeat on Saturday

Township election recount bid denied

Application filed by Mayor Green's nominator seeking manual recount lacked pertinent details, says judge

Rick Green speaks to his supporters inside Milner Chapel after conceding defeat on Saturday

Green turns keys in, done as mayor

The mayor returned to Township Hall at about 8 p.m. on Monday, collected his personal possessions, and handed in his fob and cell phone.

Generators not working at darkened schools, says LTA

The Langley Teachers Association president wants to know why emergency generators failed to work, and why flashlight batteries were dead.

Langley Township mayor-elect Jack Froese and his wife Debbie greet supporters at the Fort Langley Golf Course on Saturday night after Froese learned of his victory at the polls. The Otter-area turkey farmer defeated incumbent mayor Rick Green and challenger Mel Kositsky. More coverage

Turkey farmer gobbles up votes in Township

Newcomer Jack Froese is mayor; incumbent councillor Mel Kositsky loses gamble, finishes second

Langley Township mayor-elect Jack Froese and his wife Debbie greet supporters at the Fort Langley Golf Course on Saturday night after Froese learned of his victory at the polls. The Otter-area turkey farmer defeated incumbent mayor Rick Green and challenger Mel Kositsky. More coverage