Local News

Worldwide leader and president of Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints to speak in Langley

Sunday special devotional expected to draw more than 5,000 church members

Why election signs go up earlier in the Township of Langley

Township candidates have already started, Langley City counterparts have to wait

UPDATE: Fire at large woodpile fire at Langley’s Cloverdale Fuel still smouldering

Cause of the fire believed to be spontaneous combustion

  • Sep 11th, 2018
Package Theft
Backpacks for Homeless
Walnut Grove Secondary School Tuff Wally fundraiser
A disturbingly close look at the smoke from BC wildfires

Non-profit Langley garden vandalized again

Garbage dumped, greenhouse damaged at Maples Discovery Gardens Co-op

Campfire ban lifted for Coastal Fire Centre

There have been 135 human-caused wildfires in the region since April 1

  • Sep 11th, 2018

VIDEO: Glover Road closed in Langley after truck flips

Northbound traffic shut down for several hours

UFV buys Finnegan’s building for nearly $10 million

University has short-term plan to repurpose site for offices and teaching space

Libertarian Alex Joehl runs for Township mayor

After running provincially and federally in the past, Joehl challenges incumbent mayor Jack Froese

  • Sep 6th, 2018

Milner Heights residents host all-candidates meeting Sept. 9

Township candidates will be asked questions related to construction, traffic, property taxes and more

  • Sep 6th, 2018

Pedestrian, 72, hit in Langley City crosswalk

Police report increase in incidents where drivers have failed to yield to pedestrians in crosswalks

Electronic rail warning signs go up in Langley

But they may not start operating until December

Photo of BC Wildfire Service unit gets thousands of reactions on Facebook

The BC Wildfire Service’s Stormriders have been battling the Shovel Lake wildfire

Back to school in Langley

About 20,000 students expected in local school district

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

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

Pedestrian takes turn for worse after Langley crash

At first, police said, man was talking and alert after getting hit

BC Ferry back in service, backlog frustrates travellers

The Spirit of Vancouver Island resumed service with the scheduled 3 p.m. sailing from Swartz Bay

  • Aug 31st, 2018

Cruise-In rolls into Aldergrove next weekend

Police promise stepped-up enforcement to ensure family-friendly event remains safe