Carson Graham secondary students Jasmine Price and Leah Newson feature the music of Mother Mother in their new musical Oh My Heart.
“I gave you my house and you’ve given me a mansion!” exclaimed single mom Cathy Dunn, as she toured through her newly rebuilt Aldergrove home on Monday.
After the Liberals unexpected victory at the polls last week, City Mayor Peter Fassbender found himself elected as MLA in Surrey-Fleetwood.
Does Langley need an arts centre? -- The answer could be determined by a $50,000 study.
Tempers flared at the Bradner town hall meeting held last week with members of Abbotsford city council, staff and police.
It's time for the administrator, Mr. Jim Rule, to go.
Encouraging citizens to vote in elections that are covered in every gory detail in newspapers and on TV is a persistent problem.
A North Vancouver con man who tried to derail a fraud investigation against him by posing as a police officer to foreign banking officials has managed to get four convictions of impersonation overturned by the B.C. Court of Appeal.
A teenager was bludgeoned with baseball bats while walking through Langley City Sunday night, Langley RCMP say.Police were called just before 9 p.m. to the 5400 block of 208th Street, where there was a report of a group of young men fighting with bats, said Cpl. Holly Marks, spokesperson for the Langley RCMP.
After a 15-month investigation, two North Vancouver homeowners and a North Shore-based arborist are facing criminal charges after they allegedly cut down a swath of trees in Capilano River Regional Park.
Seven B.C. First Nations are calling on the provincial government and political leaders to commit to providing equal access to low-cost financing for public infrastructure construction.
Veteran civic councillor Scott Hamilton says he still has to decide whether to resign his Delta council seat following his provincial election victory in Delta North.
Burnaby council continues to push its environmental sustainability strategy through several phases of public consultation.
Action will be taken to address affordable housing in New Westminster.
The board of education unanimously passed a motion to curtail the relentless number of requests New Westminster school district senior administrators get on an "almost-daily basis" from parents on the district parent advisory council.
I was pleased with the decision of Port Moody city council on May 14 to follow Coun. Rick Glumac's motion to reconsider the placement of flag poles in front of the civic plaza's traffic circle, especially in relationship with the flag poles that could be an integral part of the new fire hall complex.
Join in and have some fun with Who Am I? Who Am I? is part of a twice-weekly TIMES contest, where readers are asked to identify people from this community’s distant and recent past.
Well it looks like my old stomping grounds, Whistler, has made it into the news for its local government winning this year's "Code of Silence" award.
Fort Langley was the scene of arguably the grand-daddy of all May Day celebrations in B.C. on Victoria Day Monday.