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UPDATED: Byelection lawsuit cost Langley City $27,000

Last-place candidate Serena Oh failed to convince the Supreme Court to hear her case.

Car jumps curb at Langley Burger King

A vehicle clipped the corner of the building and hit some picnic tables.

Langley’s Marley and Cratchit bring spirit of giving to life

Local accountants will act as characters from A Christmas Carol for a fundraiser.

Cold weather shelter too full, buses homeless to other communities

The Gateway of Hope shelter has had send some people to other shelters as they ran out of room.

Langley RCMP seek man wanted for drug charges

David Main was last seen living in Langley City.

Pellet gun prompts Langley RCMP to respond

A report of a firearm drew a large number of officers to Langley City.

Tree decked for Langley Christmas Bureau

A tree and toy bin will help collect gifts for needy families around Langley.

UPDATED: TWU goes to top court over law school, gay rights

The legal proceedings will be webcast live.

Rail warning signs expected for Langleys in 2018

The signs were to have been built years ago as part of a rail overpass project.

Teen arrested following Brookswood Secondary lockdown

Langley RCMP are still trying to determine if a real firearm was involved.

Langley condo builders sold same units multiple times: report

The receiver for a condo complex in foreclosure found one unit had been sold four times.

Olympic swimmers wow kids in Langley

Youngsters from New West, Maple Ridge, Abbotsford and Langley got to meet medal winners.

VIDEO: Fort Langley marks anniversary of B.C.’s birth

On a rainy day in 1858, B.C. was made an official colony.

Double deckers planned for Langley bus route

The new buses are expected to serve the 555 route from Carvolth.

Residents seek info on Langley supportive housing plans

A neighbourhood association is trying to bring its members info before an upcoming council hearing.

UPDATE: Newmark hangs on to Sagebrush golf course

A new manager has been hired for the course, closed for two years.

Remembrance Day in a land where peace is elusive

Langley’s Derek Cooke played a small part for the RCMP in the Middle East peace process.

Langley property conceals illegal RV storage yard

Local RV owners are trying to find inexpensive storage for their vehicles.

Second trial delayed in Langley road building fraud

The bookkeeper of a defunct company is awaiting his court date.

Paralympic volleyball player training for worlds

Langley’s Danielle Ellis is back from the Pan American zone games.