Tyler Orton

Endowment aids Kwantlen trades students, honours slain gasfitter

Golf tournament organizers donate $20,000 to Kwantlen Polytechnic University in the name of Surrey Six murder victim Ed Schellenberg.

Politics makes strange beds, fellows

A local man has recycled a number of old campaign signs from last November's municipal election into children’s beds

Company faces possible fines for improper asbestos disposal

The B.C. Ministry of Environment is investigating a local business for improper disposal of hazardous material

Tattoo parlour bylaw prevents business from moving to Township

Tattoo artist James Walther wants to open a tattoo shop in Brookswood, but he needs the Township to rethink some of its zoning rules first.

Beer garden money is free to flow

Motion to dictate use of revenue from fundraisers shot down by majority of Township council

Roadshow offers chance to cash in

The Great Canadian Roadshow set up shop at the Coast Hotel and Convention Centre in Langley City last week

Twins raise funds to fight cancer in friend’s name

After more than a decade of raising money Chris and Jamie Ruscheinski’s resolve to fight the disease has yet to dissipate.

Langley couple’s hearts set on wedding dress and TV show

Joshua Beil and Cassandra Rush are hoping to win an appearance on Say Yes to the Dress

Task force to reassess council pay hikes

Langley Township council is reaching out to the community to evaluate how municipal politicians receive pay hikes.