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Serena Oh won’t be allowed to launch a legal action against the City.
A hit and run by a large truck has a community concerned.
Thousands filled Douglas Park for Remembrance Day ceremonies.
Langley’s 108-year-old Coghlan Substation is seeing use in Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.
A first vote could be held on Nov. 19.
Wally Martin owns website names similar to Tourism Langley’s.
A judge found some blame for both drivers in a 2014 collision on a busy Aldergrove highway.
The Fort Remembrance Day ceremony will mark the century since the end of the First World War.
Democracy is better when politicians don’t draw the lines on the maps.
RCMP have released images of suspects in several recent crimes.
The second annual event collected more than $10,000.
Two new, a returning, and five re-elected councillors and the mayor swore their oaths of office.
The ceremony will see a few changes this year.
“Our job was to go out and find trouble every day,” said Herb Schuppert.
Vendors and club members are selling handicrafts.
More than $270,000 is owed from hundreds of tickets and fines.
BC Hydro restored the overnight power failure.
The owner of a damaged home is looking for help finding the firebug.
Development patterns are skewing which roads we use the most.
A Langley man jailed for modifying and selling guns won a partial victory in a lawsuit.