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‘Potentially life-threatening’ injuries in overnight Surrey crash

Police had Highway 10 between 180th and 186th streets closed for several hours

VIDEO: Protesters target Langley Ribfest, a Rotary fundraiser

Groups that oppose the event for various reasons plan to be on site each of the three days.

Langley, Cloverdale politician Dean Drysdale dies

The businessman and reservist served on Township council

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Langley Ribfest protest
Traffic calming announced for five Langley public schools
Park victim's grandfather speaks out
Walnut Grove comes together to mourn loss of teen

Continuity granted, but questions, frustration remain

South Surrey parent learns EA sought for special-needs son will return as support worker

Langley thieves make off with cologne, lotto tickets

Police have released surveillance photos of a number of suspects

  • Aug 15, 2019

UPDATE: Hunt intensifies for missing Langley man

Nicholas Sonier hasn’t been seen since Monday and didn’t show up for work: police

No reports of injuries after tree limb drops on 16 Avenue in South Surrey

Police say nothing ‘sinister’ behind early-morning debris that blocked road just east of 176 Street

  • Aug 15, 2019

Carson Crimeni autopsy found no obvious cause of death, father says

Toxicology tests have been ordered to determine if drugs are the reason for 14-year-old’s death

B.C. transgender boy’s court case draws intense interest

The family court case has now drawn in multiple outside groups as it goes to the Court of Appeal

Double-deckers to arrive in Carvolth in January 2020

Langley will get regular double-decker bus service next year

Social media posts about Carson Crimeni could hamper investigation, police warn

Posting details about the incident may ‘taint’ witness statements, Langley RCMP spokesperson says

Langley teen’s death having a lasting impact

Experts offer personal and professional insight into coping with drug deaths among young people

A wave of grief and outrage over death of teen in Langley park

Community rallies after 14-year-old Carson Crimeni passes

Carson: A Langley teen’s death on social media

Multiple agencies are investigating the last moments of 14-year-old’s life

Langley’s new climate crisis group is on fire

The group’s first meeting was June 9 and it’s already hosting a federal election all candidate forum

‘Substation faults’ at root of South Surrey outages: BC Hydro

Approximately 16,000 affected by intermittent power loss

KPU reports $22-million surplus

Announcement comes after cuts to Langley-based music program

VIDEO: Five Langley schools to get traffic calming over summer

Construction begins in mid-August to improve student safety at more local schools