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Website ownership pits Tourism Langley against local hotelier

Wally Martin owns website names similar to Tourism Langley’s.

Langley Mountie at fault for crash that destroyed tourists’ van

A judge found some blame for both drivers in a 2014 collision on a busy Aldergrove highway.

Names of fallen bring back memory of Langley’s war dead

The Fort Remembrance Day ceremony will mark the century since the end of the First World War.

Aldergrove Elks make Christmas special for families
Christmas fun at Aldergrove Library 2018
Aldergrove Christmas Parade 2018
Aldergrove Children's Christmas Party

Police seek baby food thief in Langley

RCMP have released images of suspects in several recent crimes.

VIDEO: Truck flips on Langley Bypass

Westbound traffic restricted for several blocks

VIDEO: New Langley City mayor and council sworn in

‘As an experienced council, we can hit the ground running’ mayor says

Langley realtors Monopoly battles raise funds for refugee charity

The second annual event collected more than $10,000.

VIDEO: Memorial ceremony honours fallen Abbotsford Police officer

Plaque unveiled on one-year anniversary of Const. John Davidson’s death

SkyTrain may not make it all the way to Langley, councillor warns

Reaction to Surrey announcement cancelling LRT line

Township council sworn in with new and old faces

Two new, a returning, and five re-elected councillors and the mayor swore their oaths of office.

Driver dead after dump truck hits median, catches fire on Highway 1

Westbound traffic is snarled after fiery early morning crash near 176th Street

A war on the move: Langley veteran drove an armoured car from Juno Beach to Germany

“Our job was to go out and find trouble every day,” said Herb Schuppert.

Traffic cops talk shop with Langley drivers

The Coffee with a Cop event focused on driving and highway rules.

  • Nov 5, 2018

VIDEO: Masked animal rights protesters stage vigil

“Cube of Truth” protest by the local chapter of “Anonymous for the Voiceless”

Bylaw fines could cost owner of Langley marijuana dispensary his home

More than $270,000 is owed from hundreds of tickets and fines.

Reward offered for info on Brookswood arsonist

The owner of a damaged home is looking for help finding the firebug.

Pair cleared of charges in stabbing at Abbotsford mushroom farm

Man was airlifted to hospital after incident in May of this year

Proposal to use recycled campaign signs for homeless shelters attracts interest

Township of Langley approves donation of discarded signs, U.S. radio network reports on idea

Intricately carved pumpkins pay tribute to John Davidson and Humboldt tragedies

Rick Chong of Abbotsford features 30 creations in Halloween display

  • Oct 31, 2018