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New radios, new rules, mean better safety for firefighters

Langley Township has upgraded its radio gear, and the way it builds large structures.

Fake roofers steal $3,000 from Aldergrove senior

The thieves talked their way inside and made off with cash.

Aldergrove youth cycling club launching this spring

PEDAL Adventures and Cycling BC add new Aldergrove program for older riders to their roster.

Langley City Save-On-Foods managers pied for charity
Woman of distinction
Australian teachers learn Langley history
Seed Celebration

More land added to Langley’s largest park

Almost 10 acres is being added to Campbell Valley Regional Park.

Langley shop owners say they will keep selling controversial ‘Golliwog’ dolls

Customer complains imported British-made black dolls with frizzy hair are racist

Burning van doused on Langley Bypass

Traffic was backed up from Fraser Highway to 200th Street on the Bypass.

Young Langley driver gets $1,500 in tickets for speeding past cop

The officer tracked down the suspected speeder and handed out a host of tickets.

Langley Tory hopeful hosts human trafficking meeting

Federal candidate says her party will oppose Liberal moves to decriminalize prostitution.

  • Feb 26, 2019

VIDEO: Township fire trucks can purify water for disasters

The seven new trucks will be hitting the road soon, and are among the first of their kind.

Loverboy to headline Aldergrove Fair

The high-energy rock band will perform at the Fair mainstage July 20 at no cost to the public.

  • Feb 25, 2019

Van stolen from Langley shop recovered after security footage posted online

Police say suspects have been identified, but charges haven’t been laid yet

  • Feb 25, 2019

Developers to unveil plan to transform Aldergrove mall into new town centre

Community to find out new Aldergrove Town Centre plan for dormant 10-acre lot in heart of downtown.

Langley middle school on lockdown

Students and staff are being held in the school.

First phase of 208th widening removed from 2019 Township budget

Work could start in 2020, if funding can be found.

Virtual reality comes to Aldergrove

The library hosted a “Virtual Reality Day” Thursday as a part of a strategy to promote tech-literacy.

Throwback Thursday: Feb. 21, 2019

Can you help us caption this week’s photo in the Langley Advance?

  • Feb 21, 2019

Looking Back: Live rats brought to council, ducks bombed with food

Our community’s stories, told through the files of the Langley Advance.

  • Feb 21, 2019

Kodiaks up 3-1 in playoff series

The Kodiaks lost against the Ice Hawks Tuesday but have taken the lead in Wednesday’s home game.

  • Feb 21, 2019

Langley chamber joins call to kill ‘no pipeline ever’ law

Bill C-69 will hurt the local Langley economy, Chamber warns