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Volunteer crew ready to build wheelchair ramps for Langley amputee

Jean Moulton will soon have an easier time getting in and out of her home.

Bark mulch blaze takes days to quench

Firefighters wrapped up a four-day effort at a wood waste site.

Lack of government funding leaves Langley double amputee struggling

Jean Moulton filled out the paperwork, but the program to build ramps at her home is out of cash.

Langley trustee candidate contested Dragon’s Den

Brent Larsen is a local business owner now running for office.

Business owner Hee runs for Langley Township council

The local resident has campaigned for road safety in the past.

Zero tolerance for dangerous driving before Cruise-In: RCMP

Langley Mounties will be on the lookout for burnouts, street racing, and stunting.

Langley pedestrian hit by truck

The victim is expected to survive, police say.

Langley schools hire 118 new teachers over summer

The district is adding teachers as fast as it can to fill empty positions.

Langley pipeline foes cheered by court ruling

The ruling does not kill the project outright.

Merger of Encompass, LCSS cancelled

The two non-profits will continue to work together on some projects, a statement said.

VIDEO: Fraser Valley farmers worry NAFTA deal could affect livelihoods

Canada's dairy and poultry system is a sticking point in the trade negotiations.

Langley Township seeks more control over Trans Mountain construction

The Township is calling for help from its fellow municipalities.

Fort’s Woodward runs for Langley Township council

The landowner has decided against running for mayor.

Langley mother charged with child’s murder appears in court

Kerryann Lewis will be back in court in early October.

UPDATED: Langley City wants bus depot as part of future

Greyhound's shutdown does not mean the City sees no future for private buses.

VIDEO: O’Neill wins show jumping cup at Langley’s Tbird

The Longines World Cup saw a single faultless ride.

Crash flips car at Langley City intersection

Two people were sent to hospital with minor injuries.

Our View: Operation Red Nose not far off

Christmas is coming soon, for those who could organize a safe ride program.

Painful Truth: Anxiety, attacks, and social media

Research shows Facebook can actually increase violent attacks. What now?

Two hospitalized after Langley crash

A toddler was one of those hurt in a Sunday T-bone collision.