Monique Tamminga

Langley Youth Hub drops into place

Crane could be seen lifting modular buildings

Stocking stuffer helps Big Brothers Canada

Bootlegger has put out some pretty adorable slipper socks just in time for Xmas

Two charged in Brookswood purse snatching and other crimes in Langley

Police credit observant resident for helping them catch the man and woman

Langley artist Judy Pohl is painting the town beautiful

McBurney Plaza mural transforms drab walls into inviting gardenway

VIDEO: Detox not the answer for opioid crisis, says chief medical officer

Removing stigma and opening clinics offering free suboxone is the answer, says Dr. Victoria Lee

Developer wants to put 48 townhouses and redesign schoolhouse into residential units

Proposal is for 48 townhouses and a redesign of schoolhouse into residential units

Fraser Health launches team in Langley to help the severely addicted

New Intensive Case Management Team will offer wrap-around services for most vulnerable

Community invited to help keep Keian’s wish alive at Nov. 18 bottle drive

Annual bottle and toy drive held in honour of Langley boy Keian Blundell who passed away from cancer

LAPS gala raises record $91,000 for Langley animals

Funds raised from the event will create 455 furry tail endings

VIDEO: Road rage with possible shots fired leads to arrest at 200 Street at 72 Avenue

At least one young man arrested after minor crash at intersection

Langley woman wants to bring the community to the dinner table

Stacey Wakelin hopes to celebrate Langley by sharing a meal together Dec. 8

Lego thief now behind bars for drug dealing out of a north Langley home

Among the drugs being sold were fentanyl tablets and Viagra

B.C.’s anti-gang unit says it has busted up a major gang’s drug trafficking operations

Multiple search warrants conducted in Langley and Surrey Wednesday morning

How will your part of Langley fare in the Big One?

Langley City may shake longer, while Fort Langley may ‘migrate’, livestock at high risk

Langley homeless shelter at capacity during first extreme weather response

Gateway of Hope saw people utilize the 15 mats put out, plus the many regular shelter beds

Sleep out planned at Oak & Thorne in Langley to help homeless youth

Over 100 employees of Joseph Richard Group will spend night outside for Covenant House Nov. 13

A book capturing the beauty of Langley in photographs is flying off the shelves

Well known photographer John Gordon has reprinted 1,000 copies of his book ‘The Langleys’

Willowbrook Charity Shopping Night Nov. 14

Christmas is around the corner, time to get shopping and help local charities

Electrical fire burned Garry Cassidy’s multi-million dollar collection of cars

Fire investigators say it appears a circuit overheated

Fireworks show planned in Fort Langley Friday night

Property owner who is a pyrotechnician plans ‘spectacular’ light show at 8 p.m.