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Soaring housing prices finally get some attention
Issue impacts everyone who is wanting to get into the housing market in the Lower Mainland and Fraser Valley.
Quick response to huge fire on Sunday
Police and fire departments played a big role in alerting people and dealing with a massive fire that threatened an adjacent building.
Tragic Aldergrove murder shakes the community
This murder hits home, as Shelly Janzen was one of our carriers. She was reliable and trustworthy.
Families moving to rapidly-expanding Willoughby area, cannot be sure their children will attend school in the neighbourhood
Lengthy delay in trial a hardship on Redford family
Almost nine years after Margaret Redford's death, a trial date has yet to be set for the man accused of killing the Aldergrove woman.
Fee boost at transfer stations may boost illegal dumping
Added cost of disposing of material at transfer stations, and myriad rules and regulations governing disposal, may fuel illegal dumping.
Pipeline concerns gain additional traction
Well-attended rally coincides with oil spill in English Bay which has been widely-criticized.
Walnut Grove resident Dan Lambert named chevalier of French Legion of Honour
He was honoured for his service to France as part of the Canadian Army, during its liberation in 1944.
Electoral Boundaries Commission will be in Langley Wednesday
Public will be able to comment on proposed provincial boundary shifts, which put Langley and Abbotsford together in two ridings.
Citizenship involves taking on responsibility
The Citizenship Court judge told new Canadians that as citizens, they have both rights and responsibilities.
Proposed provincial ridings would be half Langley, half-Abbotsford
Langley would have three MLAs, but two of them would represent significant portions of Abbotsford
Many changes are now underway at the Times
The Times is now going to Wednesday and Friday publication, beginning next week.
Scott Anderson named Green candidate in Cloverdale-Langley City
The latest candidate in the new riding is Scott Anderson, a 44-year-old businessman with feet in both the Surrey and Langley.
Fiscal hawkishness is prevailing philosophy of provincial government
Coleman made a statement that succinctly summarizes the philosophy of the provincial government — "Christy Clark is a fiscal hawk."
Overwaitea is truly a Langley success story
B.C.-owned and operated company with a major presence here is marking its 100th birthday.
State of transit service in Langley focus of town hall
Langley Township Mayor Jack Froese asked about improvements to bus service in Monday night telephone town hall.
Reasons to vote ‘yes’ outlined in Langley
A forum Wednesday night featured speakers and information from the 'yes' campaign on the transportation and transit referendum.
‘Yes’ campaign may finally be starting to find its feet
Jim Pattison's oversight of tax dollars a shrewd move; video with Gordon Price appeals to the emotions.
Ellens Park is a tribute to early Willoughby family
The park is located not far from where family loved for close to 50 years.
Bloggers offer expertise and research on two very hot topics
TransLink and rising gas prices are the top of mind issues for many Lower Mainland residents.