Dan Ferguson

Vancouver FC celebrates their first goal in their game against Victoria on Friday, June 2, at Willoughby Stadium in Langley. (Beau Chevalier/Vancouver FC/Special to Langley Advance Times)
Vancouver FC celebrates their first goal in their game against Victoria on Friday, June 2, at Willoughby Stadium in Langley. (Beau Chevalier/Vancouver FC/Special to Langley Advance Times)
Highway 1 westbound at the 264 Street overpass in Aldergrove was closed for several hours Monday morning, May 29, after a flatbed semi truck failed to clear the overpass, knocking a piece of heavy equipment on to the road and damaging the trailer. Engineers determine the overpass was safe to use.(Dan Ferguson/Langley Advance Times.

VIDEO: Driver ticketed for 264th Street overpass crash

Collision closed Highway 1 for several hours

Highway 1 westbound at the 264 Street overpass in Aldergrove was closed for several hours Monday morning, May 29, after a flatbed semi truck failed to clear the overpass, knocking a piece of heavy equipment on to the road and damaging the trailer. Engineers determine the overpass was safe to use.(Dan Ferguson/Langley Advance Times.
Aftermath of a suspicious fire that destroyed a sales tent outside The BRICK store in Langley on May 20. (Langley Advance Times file)

Suspect identified in fire that torched sales tent in front of Langley store: RCMP

Suspicious early morning blaze completely destroyed tent and contents

Aftermath of a suspicious fire that destroyed a sales tent outside The BRICK store in Langley on May 20. (Langley Advance Times file)
Mike Gee held the first annual Seamus’ Stroll last year in memory of his late son in Campbell Valley Regional Park to raise funds for the Langley Foundry facility for youth mental health in memory of his late son (inset). On June 4, the second 3K walk will take place. (Langley Advance Times files)
Mike Gee held the first annual Seamus’ Stroll last year in memory of his late son in Campbell Valley Regional Park to raise funds for the Langley Foundry facility for youth mental health in memory of his late son (inset). On June 4, the second 3K walk will take place. (Langley Advance Times files)
Traffic on 240th Street between 72nd and 80th Avenue in Langley was restricted to one alternating lane Sunday, May 14, after what a Township advisory described as “a road surface failure,” that a Township councillor said was the second sinkhole in recent weeks.(Dan Ferguson/Langley Advance Times)

VIDEO: Trans Mountain confirms sinkholes at pipeline project site

Traffic at location in Langley has been restricted to a single alternating lane

Traffic on 240th Street between 72nd and 80th Avenue in Langley was restricted to one alternating lane Sunday, May 14, after what a Township advisory described as “a road surface failure,” that a Township councillor said was the second sinkhole in recent weeks.(Dan Ferguson/Langley Advance Times)
Traffic on 240th Street between 72nd and 80th Avenue in Langley was restricted to one alternating lane Sunday, May 14, after what a Township advisory described as “a road surface failure,” that a Township councillor said was the second sinkhole in recent weeks.(Dan Ferguson/Langley Advance Times)

VIDEO: Road restrictions result of second sinkhole next to pipeline construction

Lower Mainland councillor questions true cause of problems on rural Langley street

Traffic on 240th Street between 72nd and 80th Avenue in Langley was restricted to one alternating lane Sunday, May 14, after what a Township advisory described as “a road surface failure,” that a Township councillor said was the second sinkhole in recent weeks.(Dan Ferguson/Langley Advance Times)
Langley’s Alisha Openshaw and twin boys Weston and Bennett, seen here during a recent visit to B.C. Children’s Hospital, are waging a ‘mighty’ battle with cancer. (Courtesy B.C. Children’s Hospital)

VIDEO: B.C. twins and their mom wage a ‘mighty’ battle against cancer

Weston and Bennett were diagnosed within a few months of each other

Langley’s Alisha Openshaw and twin boys Weston and Bennett, seen here during a recent visit to B.C. Children’s Hospital, are waging a ‘mighty’ battle with cancer. (Courtesy B.C. Children’s Hospital)
A Ministry of Health photo of the Langley Memorial Hospital Emergency Department, which is suffering major delays. Dr. Gord McInnes, co-president of the Section of Emergency Medicine, said Wednesday, May 10, that Langley is not the only hospital suffering patient back-ups. (file)

Langley, B.C., isn’t the only hospital with long delays for emergency patients, doctors warn

Some are waiting as long as 48 hours, co-president of the Section of Emergency Medicine estimates

A Ministry of Health photo of the Langley Memorial Hospital Emergency Department, which is suffering major delays. Dr. Gord McInnes, co-president of the Section of Emergency Medicine, said Wednesday, May 10, that Langley is not the only hospital suffering patient back-ups. (file)
A B.C. Ministry of Health photo shows the interior of the new Langley Emergency Department, which opened May 4, 2021. (Ministry file photo)

A better deal for family physicians is causing headaches for Langley hospital

Doctors working in hospitals are shifting to family practice, causing delays

A B.C. Ministry of Health photo shows the interior of the new Langley Emergency Department, which opened May 4, 2021. (Ministry file photo)
On Sunday, May 8, small row of painted crosses remained at Derek Doubleday Arboretum in Langley to honour the memory of the 215 children’s graves discovered at Kamloops Indian Residential School (Dan Ferguson/Langley Advance Times)

Fewer crosses to remember residential school victims at Langley’s Derek Doubleday Arboretum

Weather, a wish to reduce work by ‘fabulous’ parks staffers, and petty vandalism cited for decision

On Sunday, May 8, small row of painted crosses remained at Derek Doubleday Arboretum in Langley to honour the memory of the 215 children’s graves discovered at Kamloops Indian Residential School (Dan Ferguson/Langley Advance Times)
Vancouver FC fought Calgary Cavalry to a 1-1 draw at the very first home game held at the team’s just-completed new stadium in Langley. (Dan Ferguson/Langley Advance Times)

VIDEO: Vancouver FC’s very first home game ends with a tie

Crowd filled new Langley stadium

Vancouver FC fought Calgary Cavalry to a 1-1 draw at the very first home game held at the team’s just-completed new stadium in Langley. (Dan Ferguson/Langley Advance Times)
Vancouver FC centre back Anthony White, seen here at a team practice, is looking forward to their first home game at their new Langley stadium on Sunday, May 7. (Beau Chevalier / Vancouver FC)

VIDEO: Vancouver FC prepares for first home game in Langley on Sunday

Newly-built stadium to house Canadian Premier League team

Vancouver FC centre back Anthony White, seen here at a team practice, is looking forward to their first home game at their new Langley stadium on Sunday, May 7. (Beau Chevalier / Vancouver FC)
A Tuesday night car fire in Langley is believed connected to a fatal Surrey shooting. (Curtis Kreklau/South Fraser News Services/Special to Langley Advance Times)

Langley car fire may connect to fatal Surrey shooting

Fernridge blaze discovered Tuesday night

A Tuesday night car fire in Langley is believed connected to a fatal Surrey shooting. (Curtis Kreklau/South Fraser News Services/Special to Langley Advance Times)
This image was posted by Langley City on Monday, April 24, showing damage inflicted by vandals at three municipal parks. Washrooms in Penzer Park, Rotary Centennial Park and Portage Park have been closed “until further notice’ the post said. (Langley City Facebook)

Vandals trash washrooms in 3 Langley parks

Will be several weeks before repairs are complete, manager says

This image was posted by Langley City on Monday, April 24, showing damage inflicted by vandals at three municipal parks. Washrooms in Penzer Park, Rotary Centennial Park and Portage Park have been closed “until further notice’ the post said. (Langley City Facebook)
Langley senior Bill Lewis wants to thank the Good Samaritan he believes saved him from dying after a fall in the snow that fractured his hip last Halloween. (Dan Ferguson/Langley Advance Times)
Langley senior Bill Lewis wants to thank the Good Samaritan he believes saved him from dying after a fall in the snow that fractured his hip last Halloween. (Dan Ferguson/Langley Advance Times)
Fraser Valley Rush team members celebrated their Pacific region championship over the Easter weekend in Red Deer. Up next, the Esso Cup. (Fraser Valley Rush on Facebook)

Fraser Valley Rush punch ticket to Esso Cup

Easter weekend regional win over Alberta champs sends B.C. team to national competition

Fraser Valley Rush team members celebrated their Pacific region championship over the Easter weekend in Red Deer. Up next, the Esso Cup. (Fraser Valley Rush on Facebook)
Steven Panet (bottom) talks to a fellow vendor at the Western Canada Collectibles Experience at Langley Events Centre on Sunday, April 9. Panet, who owns Fastball Collectibles, came in from Ontario to attend the three-day event. (Dan Ferguson/Langley Advance Times)
Steven Panet (bottom) talks to a fellow vendor at the Western Canada Collectibles Experience at Langley Events Centre on Sunday, April 9. Panet, who owns Fastball Collectibles, came in from Ontario to attend the three-day event. (Dan Ferguson/Langley Advance Times)
Vancouver Giants netminder Jesper Vikman has signed a three-year, entry-level contract with the Las Vegas Golden Knights of the NHL, beginning with the 2023-24 season. (Rob Wilton/file)

Vancouver Giants’ netminder Jesper Vikman signs with Las Vegas

Three-year entry-level deal announced

Vancouver Giants netminder Jesper Vikman has signed a three-year, entry-level contract with the Las Vegas Golden Knights of the NHL, beginning with the 2023-24 season. (Rob Wilton/file)
Demolition of the Glover Road crossing in Langley began on Friday night, March 31st and finished on Sunday morning, April 2nd. (Photo courtesy Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure)

Old Glover Road overpass demolished in Langley

Teardown was completed in two eight-hour shifts by Chilliwack company

Demolition of the Glover Road crossing in Langley began on Friday night, March 31st and finished on Sunday morning, April 2nd. (Photo courtesy Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure)
Langley MLA Andrew Mercier and Premier David Eby started their tour of Langley City businesses on Saturday, April 1, by trying some samples at Oxford Ice Cream. (Dan Ferguson/Langley Advance Times)

VIDEO: Premier takes walking tour of small businesses

Indicates more supportive measures in the works

Langley MLA Andrew Mercier and Premier David Eby started their tour of Langley City businesses on Saturday, April 1, by trying some samples at Oxford Ice Cream. (Dan Ferguson/Langley Advance Times)