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SS&WR Chamber of Commerce 21st annual awards night held Feb. 12
Like other businesses that face internet-based competition, the taxi industry must adapt
Sliding on snow and ice was much more fun using a sled or skates
'Tis the season... of superlatives.
Our new environmental columnist welcomes comments, but please remember she's a teen
Inderdeep Kaur Deo facing charge of accessory after the fact to murder
Response to column on landline cancellation came as bit of a surprise
If sound advice isn't coming from a verified source, how much value can it really have?
Police promise stepped-up enforcement to ensure family-friendly event remains safe
Two shows scheduled for Langley during nine-day festival in October
Editor: Something about riding a bike manages to slow time. You actually notice things that are lost when behind the wheel - birds dipping into bushes, the scent of freshly cut hay, or how sunlight plays off apple blossoms.
Editor: Re "higher density in Langley has benefited only the developers" (The Times, March 30).
Celebration of life for Rhys Griffiths will be held Feb. 10 at St George's Anglican Church
If the Internet had existed in the 1930s, when people flicked on their tablets and smart phones they'd no doubt have been inundated with posts of teenagers taking the "Goldfish Challenge."
Editor: On Wednesday, Jan. 10, somewhere between three stores - Otter Co-op, KMR Appliances and M&M Meat shops - I lost an oval gold locket that was given to me on my 16th birthday in England.
Break & enter, robbery stats push city to sixth place nationally, according to MacLean's magazine
Operation Red Nose will be missed in Langley and Surrey this holiday season
Editor: Being old enough to remember the pre-cusor to the NDP, I am somewhat at odds with the current statements coming from the party leaders regarding the cornerstone of the party â€” jobs.
Editor: It appears that any progress or change that takes place also raises negative reviews from all segments of our community, and all too often, the people that see change for the good never speak up.
Editor: I very much enjoyed reading Kurt Langmann's column regarding rats (the Times, July 12). I also appreciated Langley Township passing the rat control bylaw regarding demolition of buildings.