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Charges pending for driver who sped away from police in Langley, crashed

A simple traffic stop escalated into a pileup on 56th Avenue.

Supportive housing approved for Langley

The 49-unit project was given unanimous approval by Langley Township council.

SkyTrain timeline to Langley City uncertain

Plans are firming up for a SkyTrain link, but not an arrival date.

Langley-based group plans protest against UN immigration declaration

Culture Guard is holding three protests, in Langley, Chilliwack, and Burnaby.

Truck slams into SUV after speeding away from police in Langley

RCMP are still investigating the incident.

Aldergrove woman groped during morning dog walk

Police are seeking a suspect with a long coat and pronounced body odour.

Painful Truth: Social media a miserable experience in the professional trenches

The weird incentives that mean Facebook doesn't care about its own users.

UPDATED: Marathon Langley hearing on housing homeless sees mixed views (with video)

Council will decide the fate of the project as soon as next Monday.

New Langley anti-gang vehicle was seized from drug trafficker

Police will use the vehicle in crime prevention work.

Langley’s Richter wins changes to censure rules after being censured

The Township councillor saw the bar raised for future censure motions.

Scam artists get away with thousands in Langley

A woman impersonated someone to empty a bank account.

Langley kennel owner goes to court over tickets for barking dogs

A judge threw the decision back to the Township for a new ruling.

Petition calls for better traffic safety on busy Walnut Grove street

Township council was asked for a crosswalk or roundabout on 216th.

People’s Party sets up shop in Langleys

The party of Maxime Bernier is recruiting members for next year's federal election.

VIDEO: Langley postal workers frustrated by back to work legislation

Local letter carriers expect a deluge of extra work through December.

‘Rising sun’ flag flap in Langley high school sparks counter-petition

Few people have yet signed the petition to keep up an Imperial Japanese flag.

Local crimes: Baby formula swiped from grocery store

Police are also looking into the theft of a mandolin.

VIDEO: Tall Timbers set to close after day of free golf

The 38-year-old golf course is being sold as estate homes.

Painful Truth: Seed of art in dice-rolling, dungeon-crawling games

Are role-playing games like Dungeons & Dragons art?

Langley’s supportive housing plan moves forward

Township council will now hear from the public before making a final decision.