Heather Colpitts

Langley City sixth worst for crime in Canada

New figures show where municipalities rank in terms of crime.

RCMP hopes public help can solve several petty crimes

The police have released several photos of suspects in relation to local cases.

Langley RCMP warning: Wife scammed with border services money demand

Langley’s RCMP is warning the public about some scams going around and how technology is being used.

Langley’s school district looks for ways to add more staff diversity

The board approved creating a new position to find jobs for people with developmental disabilities.

Christmas celebrated pioneer style at Langley Centennial Museum

Spots fill fast for the annual museum event.

Helpers needed to install annual Christmas display in Langley park

The annual holiday display will be set up this weekend.

Langley university ups student numbers to help meet B.C. teacher demand

The private Christian university has more student spaces in its education department.

Langley aviation program has students’ heads in the clouds

A new program approved in June shows students the many career options in aviation.

Pilot makes emergency landing in field beside Langley’s airport Saturday

Emergency crews got a report of a plane that had gone down but the occupants were not uninjured.

Langley What’s On: Nov. 16, 2017 edition

Send Langley events to LangleyAdvance.com/add-event or news@langleyadvance.com (subject: What’s On).

Fort Langley historic site spotlights Sir James Douglas Sunday

Langley is one of the few communities to hold Douglas Day events

VIDEO: Langley Saints best Holy Cross in Junior Varsity football

The LSS team now qualifies to compete in the semifinals

Langley Douglas Day Banquet honours residents with long local histories

This year’s theme is transportation.

Langley and Abbotsford first responders part of Homeland Security mock disaster event

The fifth Canada-United States Enhanced Resiliency Experiment takes place this week.

VIDEO: Langley City remembers

Douglas Park was filled with people paying tribute to Canada’s war dead and military personnel.

Langley family trust agrees to repair ecological damage in Washington State

The agreement dictates the timeline to have permits in place and a plan for the work.

VIDEO: Langley turns out to honour slain Abbotsford police officer

Emergency responders and members of the public were out Thursday afternoon for the motorcade.

Langley RCMP’s serious crimes unit is investigating Aldergrove home invasion

The police received multiple reports of shots.

Letter: Quality Inn won’t make

A Langley homeowner questions BC Housing’s decision to buy the Quality Inn for supportive housing.

Langley Lions brave cold to raise funds for the Christmas bureau

The club and supporters dropped by a donation recently and will be out raising funds again soon.