Langford

The Savages motorcycle club has moved into the old Devil’s Army clubhouse on Spencer Road in Langford. (Katherine Engqvist/News Gazette staff)

New motorcycle club riding in Langford

Savages take over Devil’s Army clubhouse on Spencer Road

The Savages motorcycle club has moved into the old Devil’s Army clubhouse on Spencer Road in Langford. (Katherine Engqvist/News Gazette staff)
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UPDATED: Poor driving a contributing factor in yesterday’s Malahat crash

One driver ticketed in three-vehicle crash in Langford

  • Sep 19, 2017
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The Luxton Fall Fair in photos

The Luxton Fall Fair in photos

The annual fall event took place in Langford last weekend

The Luxton Fall Fair in photos
Liam Kimm, nearly 3, tries his hand ‘driving’ an antique tractor at the Luxton Spring Fair. (Gazette file photo)

Luxton Fall Fair sure to entertain in Langford

New and returning exhibitions set to be on display

Liam Kimm, nearly 3, tries his hand ‘driving’ an antique tractor at the Luxton Spring Fair. (Gazette file photo)
Joe Roberts has been pushing a shopping cart across Canada for more than a year in hopes of ending youth homelessness. (Photo contributed)

Former homeless youth pushing for change

Armed with a shopping cart, Joe Roberts is walking across Canada

Joe Roberts has been pushing a shopping cart across Canada for more than a year in hopes of ending youth homelessness. (Photo contributed)
Local business woman shares her story

Local business woman shares her story

Industry titan doesn’t let anything phase her

Local business woman shares her story
Norm Scott, president of the Royal Canadian Legion Prince Edward Branch 91, shows off the commemorative wall in the legion, which is decorated with veterans’ names. The legion is celebrating its 90th anniversary this year. (Kendra Wong/News Gazette staff)

Royal Canadian Legion’s Langford branch celebrates 90th anniversray

Members look to the future, eyeing potential rebuild

Norm Scott, president of the Royal Canadian Legion Prince Edward Branch 91, shows off the commemorative wall in the legion, which is decorated with veterans’ names. The legion is celebrating its 90th anniversary this year. (Kendra Wong/News Gazette staff)
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Police investigating after shots fired in Langford

West Shore RCMP say there are no reported injuries

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Critic calls for new Malahat route

New design and alignment needed to meet the increase in road users

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Gracie May attacks the ball while Jocelyn Sherman attempts to block her, the two local squads went head-to-head in a semi-final match at the B.C. Beach Championships earlier this month. (Photo contributed)

Belmont girls net two out of three medals on the beach

Calibre of players bodes well for the future

  • Sep 4, 2017
Gracie May attacks the ball while Jocelyn Sherman attempts to block her, the two local squads went head-to-head in a semi-final match at the B.C. Beach Championships earlier this month. (Photo contributed)
September can be a costly month for parents. (Pixabay)

Preparing financially for children can be a challenge

How young couples can get ready for the added expenses that come with having kids

  • Sep 4, 2017
September can be a costly month for parents. (Pixabay)
West Shore foster parents needed

West Shore foster parents needed

Fostering is a rewarding experience for everyone involved

  • Sep 2, 2017
West Shore foster parents needed
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15-year-old girl arrested after early morning B&E in Langford

Homeowners detained the girl until police arrived

  • Aug 31, 2017
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Poor weather conditions in the winter and high demand in the construction industry has delayed the opening of the Al Charron National Training Centre on Glen Lake Road in Langford by a few months. (Kendra Wong/News Gazette staff)

Opening of high performance rugby centre in Langford has been delayed

Booming construction industry has set project back a few months

Poor weather conditions in the winter and high demand in the construction industry has delayed the opening of the Al Charron National Training Centre on Glen Lake Road in Langford by a few months. (Kendra Wong/News Gazette staff)
Performers during the inaugural Light Up the Hills festival in Langford. Leading up to the second annual event on Sept. 23, the West Shore Arts Council is putting on three lantern making workshops. (Teagan Gosling photo)

Lantern making workshops guide way to annual event

Three workshops to be held in September

Performers during the inaugural Light Up the Hills festival in Langford. Leading up to the second annual event on Sept. 23, the West Shore Arts Council is putting on three lantern making workshops. (Teagan Gosling photo)
Middle section of West Shore Parkway opens to traffic 10 a.m. Wednesday

Middle section of West Shore Parkway opens to traffic 10 a.m. Wednesday

New roadway connects Sooke Road with Westhills-area in Langford

Middle section of West Shore Parkway opens to traffic 10 a.m. Wednesday
The Great Trail is a network of multi-use trails stretching across the country, linking nearly 1,000 communities. (Photo contributed)

Great Trail event part of coast to coast celebration

Interactive displays and CRD Parks interpreters on hand Saturday

  • Aug 25, 2017
The Great Trail is a network of multi-use trails stretching across the country, linking nearly 1,000 communities. (Photo contributed)
Flag bearer Craig Toimpkins (left) and athlete Robert Sanders show off the Invictus flag outside the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 91. The flag is travelling across Canada on a 37-day journey with more than 150 flagbearers, to kick off the 2017 Invictus Games Sept. 23 to 30 in Toronto. (Kendra Wong/News Gazette staff)

Invictus Games inspiring local athletes on road to recovery

Games will see ill, injured, wounded servicemen and women compete in Toronto

Flag bearer Craig Toimpkins (left) and athlete Robert Sanders show off the Invictus flag outside the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 91. The flag is travelling across Canada on a 37-day journey with more than 150 flagbearers, to kick off the 2017 Invictus Games Sept. 23 to 30 in Toronto. (Kendra Wong/News Gazette staff)
Regional law enforcement says they simply can’t keep up with the amount of speeders on the Malaht. (Black Press file photo)

CRD continues call for Malahat speed cameras

Other jurisdictions see dramatic drop in speeding with interval-based cameras

  • Aug 17, 2017
Regional law enforcement says they simply can’t keep up with the amount of speeders on the Malaht. (Black Press file photo)
Visitors to the annual Langford Car Show on Goldstream Avenue admire the 1965 Corvette Stingray owned by Dave Dyer of Metchosin during last year’s event. This year, cars will be on display along Goldstream Avenue Sunday, Aug. 20. 
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Annual Langford Show and Shine always draws a multi-generational mix

Muscle cars, vintage rods and classics on display

  • Aug 16, 2017
Visitors to the annual Langford Car Show on Goldstream Avenue admire the 1965 Corvette Stingray owned by Dave Dyer of Metchosin during last year’s event. This year, cars will be on display along Goldstream Avenue Sunday, Aug. 20. 
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