Local News

COMMUTER ALERT: Serious pedestrian crash closes Pacific Highway

Traffic along 176th Street, 4th to 8th Avenue, is blocked while Mounties continue to investigate.

  • Nov 14, 2018

Metro Vancouver mayors face tough decision on SkyTrain versus light rail

Surrey’s mayor is pushing for SkyTrain, saying he can keep costs low

Two Langley affordable housing projects get provincial funding

First phase of $1.9 billion program to build residences for low and middle-income people

  • Nov 13, 2018

Court denies bid to overturn Langley City election

Serena Oh won’t be allowed to launch a legal action against the City.

BC Ferries passengers wait to leave Vancouver Island after Remembrance Day

Traffic aboard BC Ferries slows after Remembrance Day long weekend

B.C. university pride group replaces white supremacy posters

Around 50 people walked through downtown Victoria to share posters of love

Pedestrian struck in Langley City
Langley BMX riders get into the Halloween spirit
Vandals strike Langley City election signs
Township mayoral candidates: Alex Joehl

Early morning fire at Langley City factory

Two-alarm fire at CKF Products

  • Nov 13, 2018

Dog’s death on busy road raises fears

A hit and run by a large truck has a community concerned.

Wiring problems suspected in fire that destroyed Langley woodworking shop

It took about 12 hours before the fire was completely extinguished

  • Nov 12, 2018

2,000 attend Aldergrove Remembrance ceremonies

Community pays their respects to all the lives lost to war

VIDEO: Langley City remembers fallen on Nov. 11

Thousands filled Douglas Park for Remembrance Day ceremonies.

Retired police officer recounts war crime investigations

Brian Honeybourn, retired police officer, recounts being comissioned by NATO to investigate Kosovo.

Pickup rollover on s-curve closes part of Langley road

Breath samples were taken from the male driver of a truck found flipped on its side on 208th Street.

  • Nov 10, 2018

Pit bull cross, chihuahua owners must split costs for dogfight damage, judge rules

Eac side responsible for $577.43 towards injuries in Comox Valley incident

Looking Back: Vandalism by boulder-throwing, and H-bomb radiation

The history of the community as seen through the archives of the Langley Advance.

  • Nov 9, 2018

Throwback Thursday: Nov. 8, 2018

Can you help us caption this photo from Langley’s past?

  • Nov 9, 2018

Langley, Surrey without Operation Red Nose for 2nd year

You can still get a ride home from other communities, the national organization said

TransLink CEO weighs in on Surrey’s move from LRT to SkyTrain

Kevin Desmond says he’ll work with Surrey, and the region’s 22 other mayors