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Four people arrested after lengthy investigation into ‘dial-a-dope’ ring
Operation has been under surveillance since 2012, and in one year operated from five different stash houses.
Update: Empty coal trains began showing up in unlikely Langley locations on Monday
Lightly-used Southern Railway of B.C. line likely to host several trains a day over summer months.
Voting strategically in municipal contests can make a difference
If non-voters want to take part this year, they need to pay attention to candidates and to incumbents' records.
Fire at deli on Langley Bypass
A tall, grey plume of smoke could be seen after a two storey commercial building caught fire on Thursday afternoon.
Gas price differential between U.S. and Canada is already significant
A proposal to add a 5.5-cent carbon tax to the local gas price will simply cause even more people to head south for gas and other items.
Warawa’s ‘Safe at Home’ bill now law of the land
Langley MP's Bill-C489receives royal assent
Election 2014: Township mayor plans to run for re-election
Township of Langley: Froese, Jack - mayor candidate: He's eager to carry on the work that began during his first term in office
Man shot in Clayton area on Wednesday afternoon
Surrey RCMP say a man was shot in the hand while driving in a residential area near 192 Street and 72 Avenue.
Simpson set to serve second term as Langley chamber president
Kristine Simpson elected by acclamation as Greater Langley Chamber of Commerce president
Mayors’ council proposes Langley transit improvements
A new B-Line bus to SkyTrain, to be replaced by an LRT line within 12 years, is the major proposal.
Transit plan is ambitious, but extra 5.5 cent gas tax may mean it loses at referendum
Mayors' plan recognizes service shortfalls in Langley, but call for extra 5.5 cents in gas tax may founder with gas already at $1.52.
New rail overpasses are a good start, but more are needed in Langley
It took 35 years for decision-makers to discern that frequent trains passing through Langley create a lot of problems.
D-Day remembered in Langley City
A gathering at the Langley Royal Canadian Legion branch Friday night remembered Canada's involvement in D-Day.
Program trains visiting female leaders
Langley's First West Credit Union hosts CEO from Zimbabwe as part of mentorship program
D-Day one of the most significant moments of the Second World War
Langley was part of that great and challenging day, and D-Day will be remembered with ceremony here on Friday.
BC SPCA will recommend animal cruelty charges against dog walker
Six dogs died of heat stroke, but dog walker reported them missing from Brookswood dog park.
196 Street overpass needs to open soon
Expensive project complete to naked eye, although some finishing touches are underway. Be vigilant and ensure it opens quickly.
Restored Willoughby Hall opened to community
Local dignitaries and community members gathered Saturday, May 24, to re-open the hall, which boasts an impressive nine-decade history.
Transit map shows how underserved Langley is
Map at Carvolth Exchange has large blank spaces in Langley Township where transit does not exist.
New NDP leader John Horgan has his work cut out for him
The NDP’s biggest handicap is that many voters do not believe it understands how the economy works.