Natasha Jones

Blueberry cannon ban coming on council’s autumn agenda

Township Councillor Kim Richter presented several notices of motion at the final public meeting before council's summer break.

Construction of the pedestrian overpass over the CN tracks in Fort Langley is well underway. Residents near the south end of the overpass are concerned about its proximity to their homes.

Fort Langley overpass location questioned

Residents adjacent to a new pedestrian overpass annoyed they weren't told how close it would be to their homes.

Construction of the pedestrian overpass over the CN tracks in Fort Langley is well underway. Residents near the south end of the overpass are concerned about its proximity to their homes.

Langley Ukulele Ensemble holds camp next week

Instruction is for any level of ability, including those children who have never held a ukulele before.

A travel trailer worth about $10,000 was destroyed in Aldergrove on Monday by a fire that broke out when paint thinner was accidentally spilled onto a stove.

Three fires in three days

A trailer, house and mill catch fire within a three day span, keeping Township firefighters busy.

A travel trailer worth about $10,000 was destroyed in Aldergrove on Monday by a fire that broke out when paint thinner was accidentally spilled onto a stove.

Much more needed in fund for Murrayville overpass

A pedestrian overpass of Fraser Highway is expected to cost between $2.5 and $3 million.

Cigarette starts apartment fire

Langley City Fire Chief Rory Thompson urges smokers to use proper ashtrays.

Rabbits are multiplying in areas of Murrayville and Walnut Grove, and a local resident is urging people to use humane means to control them.

Rabbits running wild in Langley residential areas

Wildlife advocate wants long-term humane option to deal with problem

Rabbits are multiplying in areas of Murrayville and Walnut Grove, and a local resident is urging people to use humane means to control them.

Five acres to be paved for church

Council gives third reading for Seventh Day Adventist building

A bolt of lightening zaps through the sky during a massive thunder storm that swept through Langley Tuesday night

Lightning strikes Langley City home

Hundreds left without power after storm hits Lower Mainland

A bolt of lightening zaps through the sky during a massive thunder storm that swept through Langley Tuesday night

New patio at Fort Pub promises no loud music

Patio will have capacity for 47 patrons

Tours of Glen Valley forest this Sunday

Guided tours of land which could be sold by Township take place on Sunday.

This hot air balloon came very close to power lines near Newland's Golf Course on Monday evening.

Hot air balloons have close encounters in Langley

No negligence by pilot who drifted too low over Douglas Park and Newlands, airport manager says

This hot air balloon came very close to power lines near Newland's Golf Course on Monday evening.

Bathing costly for some

Simple solution would cost only $2.50 per house, says resident

Robin Burnette owns Sticky’s Candy with his wife, Beverly. The candy store offers a wide variety of exotic jelly beans (below) among other treats.

Langley candy store like ‘taking a stroll back in time’

People always have money for a feel-good treat, says Sticky's Candy owner

Robin Burnette owns Sticky’s Candy with his wife, Beverly. The candy store offers a wide variety of exotic jelly beans (below) among other treats.
Bold outline delineates broadened limits of Trinity Western University’s proposed university district. Parcels depicted in blue are owned by Trinity, the Township and the provincial government. White parcels are still in private hands, and the yellow portion denotes the portion of the Wall property that is destined for housing.

Housing development to be bundled with university district

Langley Township's move intended to avoid Metro Vancouver legal action

Bold outline delineates broadened limits of Trinity Western University’s proposed university district. Parcels depicted in blue are owned by Trinity, the Township and the provincial government. White parcels are still in private hands, and the yellow portion denotes the portion of the Wall property that is destined for housing.

Dyson announces he will seek NDP nomination

Dyson ensures there will be nominating meeting with other candidate Gail Chaddock-Costello also a candidate

Ralph’s Farm Market has received permission to build a new farm market behind the existing structure, which will eventually be dismantled.

Farm market approved for expansion

Ralph’s Farm Market granted permit to build new 13,900 square foot building in Langley

Ralph’s Farm Market has received permission to build a new farm market behind the existing structure, which will eventually be dismantled.
Carel Jongs, a director and volunteer at the B.C. Farm Machinery and Agriculture Museum in Fort Langley, gives a final polish to an 1890 American Buggy before the B.C. Day weekend festivities begin in the historic village. The gas pump, patented in 1945, shows fuel at 19 cents a gallon.

B.C. Day: Brigade arrives, farm museum celebrates

One of the most significant events for Fort Langley happens this weekend

Carel Jongs, a director and volunteer at the B.C. Farm Machinery and Agriculture Museum in Fort Langley, gives a final polish to an 1890 American Buggy before the B.C. Day weekend festivities begin in the historic village. The gas pump, patented in 1945, shows fuel at 19 cents a gallon.
Dozens of Township firefighters converged on Coast Cranberries’ Allard Crescent property on Tuesday evening to fight a blaze in a large storage and equipment shed containing sacks of dry fertilizer and pesticides. The building and contents were destroyed. See video at www.langleytimes.com.

Burned building contained fertilizer and pesticide

Township firefighters did ‘everything right’ to minimize environmental damage

Dozens of Township firefighters converged on Coast Cranberries’ Allard Crescent property on Tuesday evening to fight a blaze in a large storage and equipment shed containing sacks of dry fertilizer and pesticides. The building and contents were destroyed. See video at www.langleytimes.com.

Road at Langley airport named for former mayor, John Beales

Kid who liked watching an overpass being built got his name on structure while former mayor, school trustee gets road at airport