Frank Bucholtz

Column: A fitting first test for community planning team

It is most fitting that Langley Township is putting its public engagement…

Column: You’re probably reading this wrong

Whatever you’re doing right now, stop. Just stop.Because chances are no matter…

Column: Young Swensson nominees set a high bar

Around this time each year  — just ahead of the Township’s annual…

Column: Time for an end to sexist dress codes

It’s about time the skimpy outfits that have come to typify uniforms…

Column: The struggle is part of the process

An interesting debate sprang up online last week.It was spurred by a…

Long wait for new Timms centre ends today

Most of us have had that experience, one time or another, when…

Christine Daum, recreation supervisor for the City of Langley prepares to demonstrate one of the new Timms Community Centre’s state-of-the-art cardio machines. The equipment, built by Italy’s TechnoGym, is socially interactive meaning users can go online while they work out, compete with people on other machines or take a virtual tour of nearly any spot in the world as they work out. The centre will hold a grand opening on Wednesday, Feb. 24. The public is invited to drop by between 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. to tour the new facility and try out a complimentary fitness class or two.

New Timms Community Centre set to open Wednesday

City of Langley to host public grand opening celebration from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Feb. 24

Christine Daum, recreation supervisor for the City of Langley prepares to demonstrate one of the new Timms Community Centre’s state-of-the-art cardio machines. The equipment, built by Italy’s TechnoGym, is socially interactive meaning users can go online while they work out, compete with people on other machines or take a virtual tour of nearly any spot in the world as they work out. The centre will hold a grand opening on Wednesday, Feb. 24. The public is invited to drop by between 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. to tour the new facility and try out a complimentary fitness class or two.

Column: Satisfaction not guaranteed

Overall, Canadians are pretty happy bunch, but the ones who aren't are miserable, according to an Angus Reid survey

Column: Insurance cheats are costing us all

We pay a hefty price to insure our vehicles and it is frustrating that cheaters increase our rates.

Column: Make sure your voice is heard

As Township explores options for neighbourhood development residents have a responsibility to make their priorities known

Column: Ready or not, it’s resolution time

Here it comes. The day when many of us will pledge to change everything we don’t like about ourselves in one fell swoop.

Column: Gifts from the heart … and the closet

It’s the most wonderful time of the year.That’s what the ads keep…

Column: The good, the bad and the ugly of the online world

The internet giveth and the internet taketh away.Most often, it’s a pretty…

Column: Are we nearing the end of the road on the Old Yale debate?

It’s been a long and winding road. After all this time, perhaps…

Township of Langley Transportation Engineer Richard Welfing explains the Conservation option to Fort Langley resident Brian Holmes, during the Old Yale Road open house held at Langley Fundamental Elementary on Thursday evening. The Township presented three options for the road, including Conservation, Commemoration and Reconstruction, as well as the costs associated with each option and their respective pros and cons.

Old Yale open house lays out three options for improving Langley’s oldest road

Proposals range from retaining/replacing concrete, to complete reconstruction, including an asphalt surface

Township of Langley Transportation Engineer Richard Welfing explains the Conservation option to Fort Langley resident Brian Holmes, during the Old Yale Road open house held at Langley Fundamental Elementary on Thursday evening. The Township presented three options for the road, including Conservation, Commemoration and Reconstruction, as well as the costs associated with each option and their respective pros and cons.
Parm Sidhu, the general manager of the Abbotsford International Airport, was a guest speaker at the Greater Langley Chamber of Commerce dinner meeting on Tuesday night.

Abby Airport on Chamber agenda

Guests at Greater Langley Chamber of Commerce dinner meeting heard all about Abbotsford International Airport

Parm Sidhu, the general manager of the Abbotsford International Airport, was a guest speaker at the Greater Langley Chamber of Commerce dinner meeting on Tuesday night.

Column: Hang on to your faith in people – and your ID

Another day, another warning about some nefarious plot to separate unsuspecting people…

Dr. Michael Goodwin demonstrates a procedure with one of the hospital’s most regularly used pieces of equiment — a colonoscope. The hospital currently has six, but he’d like to see a minimum of 10.

LMH Foundation donors get inside look at how hospital operates

Operating room tour highlights value of costly equipment purchased through donations to the Langley Memorial Hospital Foundation

Dr. Michael Goodwin demonstrates a procedure with one of the hospital’s most regularly used pieces of equiment — a colonoscope. The hospital currently has six, but he’d like to see a minimum of 10.

Column: Somebody has to be that one neighbour

Everybody has that one neighbour.If you don’t think you do, consider the…

Column: Converted by all the Halloween hype

I’ve been accused of being a Boo-Humbug.A Halloween hater.A scare Scrooge.And, if…