Natasha Jones

A mudslide has covered 264 Street on the hill leading down to Glen Valley. It was caused by heavy rains. One home was damaged and evacuated. The situation is still being assessed by Langley Township.

Mudslide closes another north Aldergrove road

One home evacuated after heavy rain causes massive slide

A mudslide has covered 264 Street on the hill leading down to Glen Valley. It was caused by heavy rains. One home was damaged and evacuated. The situation is still being assessed by Langley Township.
A maple tree planted in 1923 to commemorate First World War veteran A.W. Wilson will be protected during installation of underground wiring in Fort Langley.

Memorial tree won’t be harmed by underground wire project

Prominent maple in Fort Langley was planted to commemorate First World War veteran A.W. Wilson, who died at Vimy Ridge.

A maple tree planted in 1923 to commemorate First World War veteran A.W. Wilson will be protected during installation of underground wiring in Fort Langley.

Linden tree sap a growing problem for Aldergrove resident

Richard Frost would like Township to pay full cost of removing troublesome tree

In her will, the late Iris Preston left the Township of Langley nine paintings by Canadian artist Peter Ewart.

Iris Preston bequeathed paintings to Township

Nine works by Canadian artist Peter Ewart appraised at more than $15,000

In her will, the late Iris Preston left the Township of Langley nine paintings by Canadian artist Peter Ewart.

Forest preservation group gets extra 30 days

Watchers of Langley Forests have until Dec. 17 to come up with $3 million for a 25-acre parcel of land in Glen Valley.

Construction could close part of 16 Avenue

Motorists using the 16 Avenue corridor through Langley may have to take detours

The effects of removing wiring and poles from Fort Langley’s commercial area is demonstrated in this photo, which has been edited to remove poles and wires from the commercial area.

Underground wiring approved for Fort Langley

Langley Heritage Society fails to sway council over controversial overhead wire issue.

The effects of removing wiring and poles from Fort Langley’s commercial area is demonstrated in this photo, which has been edited to remove poles and wires from the commercial area.
Township council has asked staff to look into improvements at the interesection where 11-year-old Colton Nelson was killed in 2011.

Township to take second look at ‘scary’ intersection

Corner of 256 and Robertson Crescent claimed the life of an 11-year-old boy in 2011

Township council has asked staff to look into improvements at the interesection where 11-year-old Colton Nelson was killed in 2011.

Council votes to spend $1,600 on ‘watch for wildlife’ signs

Mayor Froese and Councillor Ward cast ‘no’ votes, citing high cost

Murrayville neighbours call for leveling of water costs

An inexpensive reducer will ensure that all eight homes in a cul de sac will pay equally for water consumption

Close vote, but petition passes

Bylaw will approve removal of utility poles and cable, electricity and phone wires in Fort Langley

Mayor accused of ‘muzzling’ Township Council members

Councillor Kim Richter has asked for a legal opinion after she was ruled out of order for questions asked during a public hearing

Seniors’ population will more than double in Langley Township

It is important to build homes that meet seniors' needs and allow them to remain independent, council told.

Seniors are family’s ‘glue,’ Langley Township council told

A development in Langley hopes to broaden horizons to include people of all ages.

More Fraser Highway widening to begin in New Year

Four lanes will be extended from the 22800 block to 235 Street

Accusations of gender bias leveled at council

Kim Richter concerned that three of four members chosen to sit on Aldergrove pool/community centre panel are men

LMH workers balk at pay parking

Hospital workers using Langley School District lot, driving those employees out, says Councillor Kim Richter

The issue of abortion has been in the news a number of times in the past month. On Sept. 29 pro-lifers, including members of the Trenhaaf and Sikma families, set up their annual life chain along 200 Street. One abortion motion was rejected in the House of Commons, but Langley MP Mark Warawa has put forward another one on sex-selective abortion.

MP takes aim at sex selection

CBC documentary inspired Langley MP to take action on practice of aborting females.

The issue of abortion has been in the news a number of times in the past month. On Sept. 29 pro-lifers, including members of the Trenhaaf and Sikma families, set up their annual life chain along 200 Street. One abortion motion was rejected in the House of Commons, but Langley MP Mark Warawa has put forward another one on sex-selective abortion.
Griffith Area Neighbourhood plan

Council votes to move forward on Brookswood-Fernridge development

An 8-1 vote taken on Sept. 17 means that the public consultation process can begin

Griffith Area Neighbourhood plan
Langley Driver Services Centre on Logan Avenue was closed as the result of a one-day strike Wednesday, and remained closed Thursday and Friday because of a water leak.

Strike, water leak closes driver services’ centre

A one-day strike Wednesday closed the Langley office on Logan Avenue, but a water leak has kept it closed.

Langley Driver Services Centre on Logan Avenue was closed as the result of a one-day strike Wednesday, and remained closed Thursday and Friday because of a water leak.