Monique Tamminga

Langley City CPO plays larger policing role

Langley City CPO plays larger policing role

But new Community Liaison Officer says she still has time to get to know residents and businesses

Langley City CPO plays larger policing role
After 32 years, Jim’s Pizza Fort Langley owners Emma Weslowsky (in purple) and Allan (right folding arms) have had to move locations but are making new friends at their Walnut Grove eatery located at #10-20349 88 Ave. Same great pizza, same staff pictured here in their new digs. Submitted picture

After 32 years, Jim’s Pizza Fort Langley has moved

Glover Road building boarded up, but same great pizza and staff moved to Walnut Grove

After 32 years, Jim’s Pizza Fort Langley owners Emma Weslowsky (in purple) and Allan (right folding arms) have had to move locations but are making new friends at their Walnut Grove eatery located at #10-20349 88 Ave. Same great pizza, same staff pictured here in their new digs. Submitted picture
Charges laid in 2016 Mission crash that killed Langley teenager

Charges laid in 2016 Mission crash that killed Langley teenager

Lidia Ramos died when the car she was riding in slipped off a logging road in heavy rain

Charges laid in 2016 Mission crash that killed Langley teenager
Two Langley fire trucks collide on black ice

Two Langley fire trucks collide on black ice

The fire trucks were being used to block vehicles from icy hill when they started sliding

Two Langley fire trucks collide on black ice
Langley police release suspect photos

Langley police release suspect photos

Alleged criminals caught on camera

Langley police release suspect photos
Currently, widening of 208 Street is being done in sections, as new developments are built. Such is the case near 80 Avenue, where a portion of the road was being prepared for paving. Township council has agreed to take another look at a 2015 study outlining the costs of widening 208 Street through the area.                                Miranda Gathercole Langley Times

Widening 208 Street will be studied again by Township council

Two-lane road too congested to leave up to developers to fix — says Coun. Petrina Arnason

Currently, widening of 208 Street is being done in sections, as new developments are built. Such is the case near 80 Avenue, where a portion of the road was being prepared for paving. Township council has agreed to take another look at a 2015 study outlining the costs of widening 208 Street through the area.                                Miranda Gathercole Langley Times
Have you dreamed of opening your own store?

Have you dreamed of opening your own store?

Downtown Langley Business Association holds $100K contest for B.C. entrepreneurs

Have you dreamed of opening your own store?
Metro Vancouver Crime Stoppers received the most tips in its history

Metro Vancouver Crime Stoppers received the most tips in its history

More than 5,000 tips led to 169 arrests and recovery of $9m in crime proceeds

Metro Vancouver Crime Stoppers received the most tips in its history
Langley School Board meetings will be live-streamed starting Tuesday, Feb. 27. Unsplash photo

Watch the Feb. 27 Langley school board meeting in your PJs

Langley School Board meetings will be live-streamed starting Tuesday, Feb. 27

Langley School Board meetings will be live-streamed starting Tuesday, Feb. 27. Unsplash photo
Thieves wreaking havoc on Langley City pre-owned auto dealerships

Thieves wreaking havoc on Langley City pre-owned auto dealerships

Rampant theft, smash-and-grabs, extensive vandalism may cost owners their livelihood

Thieves wreaking havoc on Langley City pre-owned auto dealerships
Fiddlers from the Langley Community Music School provided entertainment during the City of Langley’s annual volunteer appreciation banquet at Coast Hotel and Casino on Thursday night. Monique Tamminga Langley Times

Langley City celebrates its volunteers

More than 200 volunteers fêted at annual banquet

Fiddlers from the Langley Community Music School provided entertainment during the City of Langley’s annual volunteer appreciation banquet at Coast Hotel and Casino on Thursday night. Monique Tamminga Langley Times
Sales for $1 million condos in Fort Langley begin mid-March

Sales for $1 million condos in Fort Langley begin mid-March

Lilly Terrace will be a collection of 24 luxury condos in the heart of the village

Sales for $1 million condos in Fort Langley begin mid-March
Walnut Grove student on assignment at Winter Olympics

Walnut Grove student on assignment at Winter Olympics

Kevin Kim has been hired by Proctor & Gamble to create promotional video with athletes in PyeongChang

Walnut Grove student on assignment at Winter Olympics
Langley RCMP worked hard to stop a fraudster who pleaded guilty to 18 counts of ID theft and credit card fraud charges committed against Langley businesses. Black Press file photo

Langley woman given two years jail for credit card frauds

Jennifer Moropito pleaded guilty to 18 counts of ID theft crimes that victimized Langley businesses

Langley RCMP worked hard to stop a fraudster who pleaded guilty to 18 counts of ID theft and credit card fraud charges committed against Langley businesses. Black Press file photo
This is the multi-level circus-themed aquaplay structure with a big popcorn bowl acting as a water bucket at the top. The interactive water playground is just one of many features which include waterslides and a lazy river at the Otter Co-Op Outdoor Experience water park being built in Aldergrove. The huge water park is set to open Canada Day long weekend. Monique Tamminga Langley Times

VIDEO: Aldergrove water park expected to make a huge splash

Waterslides, lazy river, 50-person hot tub among features of new pool complex

This is the multi-level circus-themed aquaplay structure with a big popcorn bowl acting as a water bucket at the top. The interactive water playground is just one of many features which include waterslides and a lazy river at the Otter Co-Op Outdoor Experience water park being built in Aldergrove. The huge water park is set to open Canada Day long weekend. Monique Tamminga Langley Times
Baggie filled with substance believed to be drugs found at Walnut Grove elementary

Baggie filled with substance believed to be drugs found at Walnut Grove elementary

Person who found it disposed of it before police could test it, said Langley RCMP

Baggie filled with substance believed to be drugs found at Walnut Grove elementary
Yoga instructor humbled by helping grieving teens and adults

Yoga instructor humbled by helping grieving teens and adults

Adrianne Thompson is running Historic Half and hosting Sip N’ Stretch March 1 for Langley Hospice

Yoga instructor humbled by helping grieving teens and adults
Langley wineries respond to Alberta premier’s sour grapes

Langley wineries respond to Alberta premier’s sour grapes

Winery operators shocked to be caught in the middle of pipeline dispute

Langley wineries respond to Alberta premier’s sour grapes
Family Day packed with family fun in Langley

Family Day packed with family fun in Langley

Events taking place at Langley Events Centre, Timms Centre and Flight Museum

Family Day packed with family fun in Langley
Willoughby middle school will need a name, says school district

Willoughby middle school will need a name, says school district

Drawings revealed of what new high school will look like when complete in 2019

Willoughby middle school will need a name, says school district