Langford

Langford resident J Scott and over a dozen neighbours are upset over a proposal for two 11-storey buildings along Fairway Avenue. (Aaron Guillen/News Staff)

Langford residents concerns rise over proposal for two 11-storey buildings

Group calls for more green space, independent traffic feasiblity study

Langford resident J Scott and over a dozen neighbours are upset over a proposal for two 11-storey buildings along Fairway Avenue. (Aaron Guillen/News Staff)
An old oak tree fell on a Langford home due to a neighbour clearing their property on July 7. The tree damaged a garden and a portion of gutters that were recently installed. (Clayton Leachman photo)

Falling oak tree causes minor damage to Langford home

Tree damages garden and gutters of home on Lindsay Place

An old oak tree fell on a Langford home due to a neighbour clearing their property on July 7. The tree damaged a garden and a portion of gutters that were recently installed. (Clayton Leachman photo)
Work is now underway in the second phase of an affordable Indigenous housing project in Langford at 731 Station Ave. (Aaron Guillen/News Staff)

Residents to start moving into first of 100 new affordable homes in Langford

Construction underway on second phase of affordable Indigenous housing project in Langford

Work is now underway in the second phase of an affordable Indigenous housing project in Langford at 731 Station Ave. (Aaron Guillen/News Staff)
The West Shore RCMP has arrested a man after he allegedly spat on a Superstore employee after he was stopped for leaving the store with more than $1,100 in merchandise. (Black Press Media file photo)

Man allegedly spat on Superstore employee in Langford

Suspect stopped after attempting to leave the store with more than $1,100 in merchandise

The West Shore RCMP has arrested a man after he allegedly spat on a Superstore employee after he was stopped for leaving the store with more than $1,100 in merchandise. (Black Press Media file photo)
‘The face of Belmont’: Custodial staff at Langford school pivot to support parents, students

‘The face of Belmont’: Custodial staff at Langford school pivot to support parents, students

Staff serve as point of contact for parents, students with school

‘The face of Belmont’: Custodial staff at Langford school pivot to support parents, students
A B.C. Supreme Court judge says the City of Langford’s decision to move ahead on a development without a certified architect was ‘unreasonable.’ (Google Maps)

No architect for Langford building ruled ‘unreasonable’ by B.C. Supreme Court

Legal action brought against City in 2019 for permit issued on Hoffman Avenue building

A B.C. Supreme Court judge says the City of Langford’s decision to move ahead on a development without a certified architect was ‘unreasonable.’ (Google Maps)
Langford’s Kimberly Proctor was the victim of a brutal assault and murder in 2010. (Facebook/Kimberly’s Law)

Man who bound, murdered Langford teen still a risk to public: parole board

Kimberly Proctor’s killer is still ‘mismanaging emotions,’ has had ‘temper tantrums’

Langford’s Kimberly Proctor was the victim of a brutal assault and murder in 2010. (Facebook/Kimberly’s Law)
After a double lung transplant, Langford barber understands importance of safety precautions
After a double lung transplant, Langford barber understands importance of safety precautions
Langford’s Kimberly Proctor was the victim of a brutal assault and murder in 2010. (Facebook/Kimberly’s Law)

Kimberly Proctor’s killer to face parole hearing, requests escorted absences

Kruse Wellwood has served 10 years for murder of Langford teen

Langford’s Kimberly Proctor was the victim of a brutal assault and murder in 2010. (Facebook/Kimberly’s Law)
A Langford bike shop is looking for a new home after being handed a two-month eviction notice. (Facebook/Re-Buy-Cycle Shop)

Langford bike shop handed two-month eviction notice

Property to be home to a two-storey building with office space, retail

A Langford bike shop is looking for a new home after being handed a two-month eviction notice. (Facebook/Re-Buy-Cycle Shop)
Fire crews are still mopping up and checking for hot spots after a brush fire in Langford quickly grew out of control Tuesday afternoon. (Twitter/Langford Fire Rescue)

UPDATE: Langford brush fire caused by workplace incident

Crews back on site Wednesday morning for spot checks

Fire crews are still mopping up and checking for hot spots after a brush fire in Langford quickly grew out of control Tuesday afternoon. (Twitter/Langford Fire Rescue)
Fire crews are on scene at a brush fire in Langford. (Twitter/Langford Fire Rescue)

Crews responding to Langford brush fire

BC Wildfire estimates fire to be .60 hectares

Fire crews are on scene at a brush fire in Langford. (Twitter/Langford Fire Rescue)
Goldstream Food Bank will be moving their operation outdoors to deal with the spread of COVID-19 fears. President Gayle Ireland says their stock is still high after generous donations from the community over the holidays. (Black Press Media file photo)

Goldstream Food Bank moves operation outside in response to COVID-19 fears

‘We gotta keep calm and carry on,’ says president of food bank

Goldstream Food Bank will be moving their operation outdoors to deal with the spread of COVID-19 fears. President Gayle Ireland says their stock is still high after generous donations from the community over the holidays. (Black Press Media file photo)
Anthony Dheensaw, 35, has been charged with the murder of Langford woman Angela Dalman. The 40-year-old mother was fatally shot outside a home in the 800-block of Arncote Avenue on Friday around 9:30 p.m. (Aaron Guillen/News Staff)

Man charged with second-degree murder, attempted murder after fatal shooting of Langford mother

Anthony Singh Dheensaw, 35, is charged in relation to the death of Angela Dalman

Anthony Dheensaw, 35, has been charged with the murder of Langford woman Angela Dalman. The 40-year-old mother was fatally shot outside a home in the 800-block of Arncote Avenue on Friday around 9:30 p.m. (Aaron Guillen/News Staff)
A memorial has been started outside the home where a 40-year old Langford mother was shot and killed on Friday night. Friends have identified her as Angela Dalman, though police have yet to identify the victim. (Aaron Guillen/News Staff)

Memorial started for mother fatally shot outside Langford home

35-year-old suspect arrested in Saanich Saturday morning

A memorial has been started outside the home where a 40-year old Langford mother was shot and killed on Friday night. Friends have identified her as Angela Dalman, though police have yet to identify the victim. (Aaron Guillen/News Staff)
Friends have confirmed to Black Press Media that the woman killed in a Langford shooting on March 6 was Angela Dalman. Police have not yet confirmed the victim’s identity. (Facebook/Angela Suzanne)
Friends have confirmed to Black Press Media that the woman killed in a Langford shooting on March 6 was Angela Dalman. Police have not yet confirmed the victim’s identity. (Facebook/Angela Suzanne)
Langford Mayor Stew Young avoided shaking hands with Maryam Monsef, Minister of Rural Economic Development and Minister for Women and Gender Equality at a federal announcment in Langford Monday. He’s taking it as a preventative meausre against the spread of Coronavirus. (Aaron Guillen/News Staff)

Langford city staff take precautions, avoid shaking Minister’s hands amid COVID-19 fears

It’s reasonable to think about not shaking hands, says BC’s provincial health officer

Langford Mayor Stew Young avoided shaking hands with Maryam Monsef, Minister of Rural Economic Development and Minister for Women and Gender Equality at a federal announcment in Langford Monday. He’s taking it as a preventative meausre against the spread of Coronavirus. (Aaron Guillen/News Staff)
Colleen Scott, left, and Craig Smith were featured as ‘leap year’ babies in the March 1, 1972 edition of the Goldstream Gazette, formerly known as the Juan de Fuca News Review. (Aaron Guillen/News Staff)

Leap year babies from 1964: Where are they now?

Two kids featured in March 1st edition of Juan de Fuca News Review

Colleen Scott, left, and Craig Smith were featured as ‘leap year’ babies in the March 1, 1972 edition of the Goldstream Gazette, formerly known as the Juan de Fuca News Review. (Aaron Guillen/News Staff)
A new sign bans dogs from being off-leash at Luxton Fairgrounds in Langford. The sign was placed on the property on Wednesday, Feb. 19. (Aaron Guillen/News Staff)

No dogs allowed off-leash at Luxton Fairgrounds in Langford

New sign placed by Metchosin Farmers Institute on Wednesday, Feb. 19

A new sign bans dogs from being off-leash at Luxton Fairgrounds in Langford. The sign was placed on the property on Wednesday, Feb. 19. (Aaron Guillen/News Staff)
A 90-unit apartment building has been proposed for 2627 Sooke Rd. in Langford. (Screenshot/City of Langford Council Agenda Feb. 3)

90-unit apartment building proposed for Sooke Road in Langford

Building would contribute to neighbourhood centre on Sooke Road

A 90-unit apartment building has been proposed for 2627 Sooke Rd. in Langford. (Screenshot/City of Langford Council Agenda Feb. 3)