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UPDATED: ‘Everybody out here has some form of mental illness’

Homeless in Langley City discuess link between mental health and lack of shelter

Langley resident loses $5k to tax scam

RCMP warn against phone call from fake Canada Revenue Agency collector

  • Feb 6th, 2018

Township council approves 2.47 per cent tax increase

Budget includes adding four RCMP officers, extending rec centre hours, supporting Gateway of Hope

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Pedestrian hit in Langley City
RCMP called to Glover Road area
Aviation legend, 82, still flying friendly skies
Crash in snowy weather

Woman wakes to find man in her Walnut Grove home

Cat burglar dressed in black steals family car, wallets, phones and more

Metro Van mayors move forward with transportation plan with hopes of curing congestion

Langley’s mayors, Jack Froese and Ted Schaffer, on board with 10-year vision

Take a virtual walk through the new Langley Secondary

Design of new LSS is embracing 21st century learning in a big way

Langley’s MLAs weigh in on newly elected B.C. Liberal leader

Andrew Wilkinson ‘class act’ and ‘straightforward person’

Tireless Langley volunteer and environmentalist passes away

Celebration of life for Rhys Griffiths will be held Feb. 10 at St George’s Anglican Church

Langley City sets $100 million construction record

Value of building permits more than doubled in 2017, city figures show

Jail for man who accessed child porn on Christmas Eve

The 61-year-old was sentenced to 90 days jail for Langley incident

Community associations seek funding from council

Groups from six neighbourhoods say their role in public engagement is important for Township

Public invited to Fort Langley Project open house Feb. 8

Project features several new buildings, including a cultural centre, museums and an Indigenous lodge

Man in distress reason for closed LMH entrance Wednesday night

Emergency responders were able to get the man help

Abbotsford man pleads guilty to manslaughter in Surrey case

Randeep Singh Match, 36, is expected to be sentenced on March 1

Breast cancer patient pays $8,000 out of pocket for treatment that could save her life

Drug that stabilizes advanced breast cancer not covered by BC Cancer Agency

Police calls to Langley City seniors residence “not out of line” with averages

Police statistics show most common complaints at the Langley Lions Seniors’ Housing Society were about noise

New 20-storey seniors housing tower not about money, says developer

Don and Candy Ho gave passionate speech about seniors housing project during Jan. 29 public hearing

Search for missing Victoria man continues in Chilliwack and beyond

Yannick Myers not seen by family or friends since last summer

City of Fernie regains access to arena, investigation ongoing

Operational arena by next winter is the goal, says City