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Offender programs fall short, auditor says

Offender programs fall short, auditor says

The B.C. government is struggling to deal with a record caseload of nearly 24,000 convicted offenders who aren't in jail.

Long meets minister on infrastructure funding

The federal government has launched a new infrastructure planning process
Langley baseball players off to Uganda

Langley baseball players off to Uganda

Pearl of Africa series is happening, but more funding still needed
U.S. lawyer heads B.C. police oversight

U.S. lawyer heads B.C. police oversight

The B.C. government has hired the former police oversight specialist from Denver as its first civilian director.
Wendy Johnson elected Langley Board of Education chair

Wendy Johnson elected Langley Board of Education chair

Wendy Johnson is the new chair, while Rob McFarlane is the new vice-chair.
Still texting and driving

Still texting and driving

Langley crackdown nabs distracted drivers
Tradex has $84.6 million economic impact, hoping to expand

Tradex has $84.6 million economic impact, hoping to expand

Tradex has a total economic impact of $84.6 million, that's according to a study performed for the local trade and exhibition centre.

Six-year sentence for Willowbrook bank robber upheld

Leonard Evans was packing what the court described as a “firearm or imitation firearm” while his partner in crime was armed with a knife.
New roof for Langley's Critter Care

New roof for Langley's Critter Care

An early Christmas gift for animal rescue and rehab agency

Medical transcription eyed: 131 employees in region could be out of work

Medical transcription staff in the Lower Mainland are facing an uncertain future. A proposal could displace 131 full- and part-time workers.