Miranda Gathercole

On to the next adventure

I’ve never been very good at goodbyes. So as I pack up…

Housing affordability, ALR, policing top concerns for Alex Joehl

Libertarian mayor candidate has several ideas for the Township of Langley

Glorious Organics takes a co-operative approach to farming in Langley

Aldergrove farming collective blazed the trail for organic food production in British Columbia

UPDATE: Kurt Ruginis drops out of mayor’s race in Langley Township

Aldergrove resident withdraws application just before Sept. 14 cutoff

Langley City marks BBBS month with flag raising

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Langley promote #ImagineBBBS campaign throughout the month of September

Love Week Langley encourages residents to give back

Inaugural event offers volunteer opportunities in the City and Township from Sept. 16 to 22

‘Grabbing life with both hands’ — Langley cancer patient makes the most of her final days

Friends in Fort Langley hope to raise $5K to grant Annabel Fisher’s last wish

Community pays tribute to Aaliyah Rosa with tree planting, balloon release

Seven-year-old girl was honoured by teachers, friends and family at Sunflower Montessori in Langley

VIDEO: Langley Community Music School welcomes new principal

Carolyn Granholm takes over lead role from Susan Magnusson, who served as principal for 18 years

Large turnout at Overdose Awareness Day BBQ

Event held in the parking lot at Friends Langley Vineyard Church in Langley City

Trees, traffic top concerns in Fernridge development, say residents

Platinum Group is proposing to build 66 new homes along 27 Avenue between 200 and 204 Streets

UPDATE: RV fire shuts down Highway 1 in Langley

Left lane on Highway 1 eastbound now open at 232 Street

Murrayville residents lobby to save small forest from development

Residents say forest in the 4400 block of 222 Street appears healthy, project arborist says it’s not

Langley outreach groups mark International Overdose Awareness Day

In the first seven months of 2018, 20 people in Langley have died of drug overdoses

Langley Township denies building permit for abattoir

Minister of Agriculture says poultry slaughterhouse is permitted use on farm; Township disagrees

Langley athlete shares firsthand experience of Hawaiian hurricane

Flash flooding, landslides from Hurricane Lane have caused major damage near Jade Vaughan’s home

Paddington residents welcomed back into homes after 2016 fire

More than 100 people were displaced by a devastating fire at the Langley City complex

Tree of life to be planted in memory of Aaliyah Rosa

The seven-year-old girl was found deceased inside an apartment in July

VIDEO: Youth hunger an ‘invisible’ problem in Langley

Brady Lumsden hopes to raise $100K for Weekend Fuelbag to help feed hungry students

Langley Township fined $500K for road safety infractions

Township reportedly failed to ensure proper traffic control was in place at three different sites in 2016