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Man sentenced to 5.5 years for 1999 rape at Abbotsford music festival

James Redden, formerly of Nanaimo, was charged in 2015 after cold case reopened

Langley’s Coleman not afraid of oil shutdown

As news of the UCP win in Alberta arrived, the longtime MLA wasn’t worried about a lack of oil

VIDEO: fire forces evacuation of Langley apartment building

Damage to utility door at entrance to building parkade

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600 new campsites coming to spots across B.C. ahead of the 2019 season
Trudeau touts economic record at Liberal fundraiser in Vancouver
Alberta launches spring sitting with bill to kill provincial carbon tax
Trudeau announces new coast guard fleet

Council ponders new funding policy to finish widening Langley’s 208th Street

The Township will look at a proposal to fund the project through regional development.

Township adopts $18 million policy to help revitalize Aldergrove’s downtown core

Woodward spearheaded the policy, which sends more Township amenity contribution funds to Aldergrove

Food trucks line up for mass safety inspections in Langley

Firefighters organized the inspections of the popular mobile food vendors

Aldergrove water park entry fee rises 25 per cent

Though an Aldergrove water park price hike did occur, it was only…

“Big River” mural by Kwantlen artist unveiled

The Canada 150 project will be in place in the Township council chambers

Council hears calls to cut fees for Aldergrove water park

A 50 per cent increase in fees is expected this spring

Man attacked and robbed at Abbotsford skateboard park, police say

Three men arrested and face charges after incident on Monday night

Eyewitness account of Notre Dame fire by Langley resident

Blaze that gutted historic cathedral called ‘one of the saddest things I have seen in my life’

RCMP to hand out free steering wheel clubs to older model vehicle owners in Aldergrove

‘While you’re out shopping, so are the theives,’ says ICBC community coordinator

Dead trees felled in Langley park ahead of Arbour Day

Dale Ball Park is getting a clean up as trees that pose a risk are removed.

Aldergrove thrift store set back by after-hours dumping

People are dumping more than just donations at the Salvation Army thrift location.

Father sues daughter over illicit Langley townhouse purchase

A judge ruled in the father’s favour this month in B.C. Supreme Court

MP Mark Warawa hospitalized with possible cancer, online message says

Message posted asks for prayers for Langley-Aldergrove MP

VIDEO: Woman, 37, dies after being hit by pickup in Abbotsford

Driver remains on scene after pedestrian is struck by truck early Sunday morning