Monique Tamminga

Langley resident wakes to find stranger in bedroom

Langley resident wakes to find stranger in bedroom

Two overnight break-ins last week in that neighbourhood prompt another police warning

Langley resident wakes to find stranger in bedroom
Charges laid in foot chase through Willowbrook Shopping Centre

Charges laid in foot chase through Willowbrook Shopping Centre

Suspect well known to police, arrested in the Sears

Charges laid in foot chase through Willowbrook Shopping Centre
Langley man left to die after hit-and-run

Langley man left to die after hit-and-run

Woman passing by discovered the injured pedestrian lying in some bushes

Langley man left to die after hit-and-run
Langley police find stolen car while looking for a wanted man

Langley police find stolen car while looking for a wanted man

RCMP went to an Aldergrove property to arrest the 50-year-old

Langley police find stolen car while looking for a wanted man
VIDEO: Homeless kittens rescued from evacuated B.C. wildfire regions

VIDEO: Homeless kittens rescued from evacuated B.C. wildfire regions

Fourteen felines arrived in Langley this week, and can be watched on a webcam

VIDEO: Homeless kittens rescued from evacuated B.C. wildfire regions
This was a picture taken of the wildfire at Cache Creek before the town was evacuated. Otter Co-op’s retail and gas bar locations took donations and with matching from Federated Co-op, there is now $30,000 going to the Canadian Red Cross to help wildfire relief efforts. Supplied photo

Otter Co-op and Otter shoppers donate $30K to wildfire relief

Donations by members and guests matched by federated Co-op

This was a picture taken of the wildfire at Cache Creek before the town was evacuated. Otter Co-op’s retail and gas bar locations took donations and with matching from Federated Co-op, there is now $30,000 going to the Canadian Red Cross to help wildfire relief efforts. Supplied photo
Langley residents help stop hit and run suspect

Langley residents help stop hit and run suspect

Witnesses picked up the suspect’s dropped cellphone and were allegedly pepper sprayed

Langley residents help stop hit and run suspect
Vets seeing more dogs on drugs

Vets seeing more dogs on drugs

Langley vet says she treats at least one dog a month that ingests pot

Vets seeing more dogs on drugs
Updated with video: Former Langley man who has posed as Catholic clergy charged with sex assault, child porn

Updated with video: Former Langley man who has posed as Catholic clergy charged with sex assault, child porn

Justin Coulombe, 33, arrested in Edmonton. There may be more victims in B.C., say police

Updated with video: Former Langley man who has posed as Catholic clergy charged with sex assault, child porn
Langley Pos-Abilities Society founder Zosia Ettenberg showed an app, released exlusively in Langley, that helps disabled drivers get fuel in their cars. Troy Landreville Langley Times

Gas app launched in Langley to help disabled drivers

Pos-Abilities founder would like to see app go Canada-wide

Langley Pos-Abilities Society founder Zosia Ettenberg showed an app, released exlusively in Langley, that helps disabled drivers get fuel in their cars. Troy Landreville Langley Times
Sgt. Lindsay Houghton, of the gang unit, held a press conference in July 2014 to show the $400,000 worth of drugs seized along with drug-making equipment from a mansion on 236 Street in Langley.

Jason Wallace drug sentencing delayed until September

Wallace already pleaded guilty to possession of controlled substance for the purpose of trafficking

Sgt. Lindsay Houghton, of the gang unit, held a press conference in July 2014 to show the $400,000 worth of drugs seized along with drug-making equipment from a mansion on 236 Street in Langley.
Now named Lola, this three-month-old Doberman pinscher was found lying on the side of the road at 264 Street with a zip tie wrapped tightly around its tail and in considerable pain. The tail has since been amputated. SPCA worry there may be other puppies from this litter in the same situation.                                BC SPCA photo

Injured puppy dumped in Aldergrove with zip tie wrapped around tail

SPCA worry there may be more puppies from this litter in similar distress

Now named Lola, this three-month-old Doberman pinscher was found lying on the side of the road at 264 Street with a zip tie wrapped tightly around its tail and in considerable pain. The tail has since been amputated. SPCA worry there may be other puppies from this litter in the same situation.                                BC SPCA photo
VIDEO: Langley woman finds nest of bunnies in her backyard

VIDEO: Langley woman finds nest of bunnies in her backyard

Rebecca McKenzie is asking people to check their lawns before mowing the grass

VIDEO: Langley woman finds nest of bunnies in her backyard
Cold weather delays pesky mosquitoes

Cold weather delays pesky mosquitoes

If there is a sustained hot spell, the biting insects could become a problem, say mosquito control

Cold weather delays pesky mosquitoes
A Langley officer spent a cold night suffering altitude sickness on a rock face of Mount Rainier last week. He was rescued by an U.S. Army helicopter and will be OK. Wikimedia commons

Langley officer rescued from rock face on Mount Rainier

Const. Endo Cui was plucked from the Washington mountain by an Army helicopter

A Langley officer spent a cold night suffering altitude sickness on a rock face of Mount Rainier last week. He was rescued by an U.S. Army helicopter and will be OK. Wikimedia commons
Being LGBTQ is a choice, say parents who packed Langley school board meeting

Being LGBTQ is a choice, say parents who packed Langley school board meeting

Around 90 parents protest new sex ed that includes teaching sexual orientation and gender identity

Being LGBTQ is a choice, say parents who packed Langley school board meeting
Langley police investigate indecent act

Langley police investigate indecent act

Woman said a man in white truck asked for directions while masturbating

Langley police investigate indecent act
A young Langley man’s face and hands were badly burned at a bonfire party at Stoke’s Pit where someone threw something in the fire, causing an explosion. The man’s sister is reaching out to warn others of the dangers happening at these parties. Submitted photo.

Young Langley man badly burned at Stoke’s Pit bonfire party (warning — graphic images)

Sister of victim wants the public aware of the dangerous activities at the popular party spot

A young Langley man’s face and hands were badly burned at a bonfire party at Stoke’s Pit where someone threw something in the fire, causing an explosion. The man’s sister is reaching out to warn others of the dangers happening at these parties. Submitted photo.
The Fat Cow and Oyster Bar owner Chris Roper has received death threats for serving horse meat at his restaurant. He has since removed the item from his menu.                                Stock image

Langley restaurant forced to remove horse meat from menu

Fat Cow and Oyster Bar received death threats and harassing phone calls

The Fat Cow and Oyster Bar owner Chris Roper has received death threats for serving horse meat at his restaurant. He has since removed the item from his menu.                                Stock image
‘We are seeing a lot of retail jobs, but it isn’t all minimum wage’

‘We are seeing a lot of retail jobs, but it isn’t all minimum wage’

More than 100 potential employers at the Black Press Career Fair in Langley on May 11

‘We are seeing a lot of retail jobs, but it isn’t all minimum wage’