Frank Bucholtz

A man was stabbed at the Carvolth bus exchange on Friday, Nov. 7. He said he had been attacked by a man and woman at the bus loop near Highway 1.

Carvolth exchange under microscope of Langley RCMP, TransLink Police

Recent incidents focused attention of two police agencies on North Langley bus exchange and park and ride lot.

A man was stabbed at the Carvolth bus exchange on Friday, Nov. 7. He said he had been attacked by a man and woman at the bus loop near Highway 1.

Coming Thursday: an assault on your wallet

Mayors will unveil their latest taxation plans to raise funds for TransLink on that day.

Snow and cold weather offer a lot of upside

It's hard to argue with cold, clear days at a time when there is minimal sunshine.

Keep an eye on ALR during next council term

It's important to be aware of councillors' voting records when looking at various issues.

Langley Township election confirms the appetite for change

No election since 1999 has seen three incumbent council members defeated

Voter turnout may be the factor to watch on Saturday

Low turnout in both Langley City and Langley Township tends to elect incumbents.

Dean Drysdale

Dean Drysdale wins Conservative nomination in Cloverdale-Langley City

Former Langley Township councillor wins on third round of balloting.

Dean Drysdale
Gurmant Grewal

Conservative nomination race loses two contenders

The candidate in Cloverdale-Langley City will be picked Saturday, but Gurmant Grewal and Paul Brar will not be in the running.

Gurmant Grewal
During a celebration of life for Paul St. Pierre held on Nov. 1, the former Vancouver Sun reporter and, later, Langley Times columnist, was remembered as a colourful character.

Day of the Dead celebration of life for Paul St. Pierre

Plenty of stories, laughs as community comes together to remember former Sun reporter, Times columnist

During a celebration of life for Paul St. Pierre held on Nov. 1, the former Vancouver Sun reporter and, later, Langley Times columnist, was remembered as a colourful character.

Mayoral debates on Shaw TV prove very enlightening

Debates for the two Langley races will be aired on Shaw Cable channel 4 on Tuesday and Wednesday.

A BNSF coal train approaches the Sperling siding on Southern Railway of B.C. tracks in July. Coal train detours will continue along the SRY line until Nov. 30.

Empty coal trains to continue travelling on lightly-used SRY line in North Langley until Nov. 30

A detour of empty BNSF coal trains has been extended past the original end date of Oct. 15. Several trains a day using lightly-used line.

A BNSF coal train approaches the Sperling siding on Southern Railway of B.C. tracks in July. Coal train detours will continue along the SRY line until Nov. 30.
Retired Lieut-Col. Chris Linford and his wife Kathryn will represent Wounded Warriors Canada at the Langley Rotary Club Gala Event on Saturday, Nov. 8. Wounder Warriors Canada is the beneficiary of the event.

Military theme of Langley Rotary Club gala is very timely

Nov. 8 event will see all funds raised go to Wounded Warriors Canada, which provides support for military personnel and their families.

Retired Lieut-Col. Chris Linford and his wife Kathryn will represent Wounded Warriors Canada at the Langley Rotary Club Gala Event on Saturday, Nov. 8. Wounder Warriors Canada is the beneficiary of the event.

An unusual election campaign shaping up in Langley

Update: Two more meetings planned. Candidate meetings are almost complete.

Langley MP Mark Warawa

‘This may be it’- Langley MP believed he might die during attack on Parliament

Mark Warawa and his fellow MPs barricaded doors and fashioned spears from flagpoles as gunfire erupted outside caucus chambers

Langley MP Mark Warawa
Rod Wainwright of Lantrax North America Logistics receives the George Preston Business Person of the Year award from Scott Johnston of Campbell, Burton and McMullan at the annual Business Excellence Awards, put on by Greater Langley Chamber of Commerce. The event took place Wednesday night at Cascades Casino and Convention Centre.

Langley’s top businesses receive awards of excellence

The annual Business Excellence Awards event took place on Oct. 22 at Cascades Casino and Convention Centre.

Rod Wainwright of Lantrax North America Logistics receives the George Preston Business Person of the Year award from Scott Johnston of Campbell, Burton and McMullan at the annual Business Excellence Awards, put on by Greater Langley Chamber of Commerce. The event took place Wednesday night at Cascades Casino and Convention Centre.
Serena Oh is running for mayor of Langley Township.

Election 2014: Serena Oh gives reasons for seeking Langley Township mayor’s job

Township of Langley: Oh, Serena - mayor candidate: Treatment in Burnaby prompted her to seek office here.

Serena Oh is running for mayor of Langley Township.
Langley Township mayoral candidates, from left: Serena Oh (back to camera), Rick Green and Jack Froese, and City mayoral candidates, from left: Ted Schaffer, Ray Lewis and Randy Caine, participated in an all-candidates debate sponsored by the Greater Langley Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday evening.

Election 2014: Candidates’ debate kicks off race for Township mayor’s seat

Township of Langley: Three candidates for mayor debate issues — incumbent Jack Froese, former Mayor Rick Green and Serena Oh

Langley Township mayoral candidates, from left: Serena Oh (back to camera), Rick Green and Jack Froese, and City mayoral candidates, from left: Ted Schaffer, Ray Lewis and Randy Caine, participated in an all-candidates debate sponsored by the Greater Langley Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday evening.

Election 2014: Many candidates in Langley, but don’t let that hinder you from voting

Three-way races for mayor and emphasis on Willoughby may help improve voter turnout.

Langley Township mayoral candidates, from left: Serena Oh (back to camera), Rick Green and Jack Froese, and City mayoral candidates, from left: Ted Schaffer, Ray Lewis and Randy Caine, participated in an all-candidates debate sponsored by the Greater Langley Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday evening.

Election 2014: All-candidate debate kicks off race for City mayor’s seat

City of Langley: Six contenders for two jobs went toe-to-toe at chamber-sponsored event, held last Tuesday

Langley Township mayoral candidates, from left: Serena Oh (back to camera), Rick Green and Jack Froese, and City mayoral candidates, from left: Ted Schaffer, Ray Lewis and Randy Caine, participated in an all-candidates debate sponsored by the Greater Langley Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday evening.

Petition indicates most people have no interest in the people suffering from Ebola

Ebola has killed thousands of people, but plight of one dog of far more concern to 360,000.