Dan Ferguson

Canada and the Iroquois Nationals will meet in the gold round of the world indoor lacrosse championships in Langley. Photo courtesy of Vancouver Sports Pictures
Canada and the Iroquois Nationals will meet in the gold round of the world indoor lacrosse championships in Langley. Photo courtesy of Vancouver Sports Pictures
Red Scorpion member Justin Haevischer (file photo)

Province sues estate of gang member killed in Langley

Director of Civil Forfeiture applies to seize cash and jewelry under proceeds of crime law

Red Scorpion member Justin Haevischer (file photo)
Brookswood siblings Barrett and Paisley have collected bottles to raise money for the Butterfly run, an event to remember children like their brother Wilder, who was stillborn. Dan Ferguson Langley Advance Times file photo

Organizer of B.C. walk to honour stillborn children says event has sold out

‘We have surpassed all of our expectations,’ Kim Lockhart says

Brookswood siblings Barrett and Paisley have collected bottles to raise money for the Butterfly run, an event to remember children like their brother Wilder, who was stillborn. Dan Ferguson Langley Advance Times file photo
Father of B.C. boy on life support after hit-and-run calls for tougher impairment laws

Father of B.C. boy on life support after hit-and-run calls for tougher impairment laws

‘The law has got to be changed’ said Tony Brown

Father of B.C. boy on life support after hit-and-run calls for tougher impairment laws
A petition to rename a skate park after Carson Crimeni will be heard by Langley council. (File)

Petition to rename park after teen overdose victim to get hearing

With 3,500 signatures so far, organizer is thinking of closing down online campaign

A petition to rename a skate park after Carson Crimeni will be heard by Langley council. (File)
Close to 600 players on 58 teams came to Langley on the weekend to compete in the provincial Slo-Pitch championships. (Dan Ferguson/Langley Advance Times)

VIDEO: Provincial slow-pitch championships draw hundreds

More than 600 players and 58 teams from all across B.C. are playing in weekend tournament

Close to 600 players on 58 teams came to Langley on the weekend to compete in the provincial Slo-Pitch championships. (Dan Ferguson/Langley Advance Times)
At last year’s LEC press conference announcing the world lacrosse championship was coming to Langley, flags of the many nations participating were on display. (Langley Advance Times File Photo)

A call for volunteers at the World Lacrosse Indoor World Championship in B.C.

Billed as a rare opportunity to have a behind-the-scenes view of major international event

At last year’s LEC press conference announcing the world lacrosse championship was coming to Langley, flags of the many nations participating were on display. (Langley Advance Times File Photo)
Langley meeting leads to demise of of a U.S.-based drug smuggling ring

Langley meeting leads to demise of of a U.S.-based drug smuggling ring

An American visitor thought he was talking criminal business with a money courier. He was wrong.

Langley meeting leads to demise of of a U.S.-based drug smuggling ring
Carson Crimeni seen in this photo with his father Aron on a North Vancouver fishing trip last summer (Courtesy Aron Crimeni)

Langley needs official ask to name park after teen who died of suspected overdose: mayor

Someone has to make an application to Langley Township, mayor says

Carson Crimeni seen in this photo with his father Aron on a North Vancouver fishing trip last summer (Courtesy Aron Crimeni)
Gemma Martini, Founder and CEO of Martini Film Studios, has announced plans to build a new 600,000 sq. ft. facility in Langley (Langley Advance Times file photo)

Langley studio announces plans to build new 600,000 sq. ft. production centre

Proposal would make Martini Studios biggest production facility in Lower Mainland

Gemma Martini, Founder and CEO of Martini Film Studios, has announced plans to build a new 600,000 sq. ft. facility in Langley (Langley Advance Times file photo)
Carson Crimeni’s father Aron said goodbye to his son Saturday at a small memorial service that was limited to family and close friends. (Crimeni family/special to Langley Advance Times)

Langley teen whose overdose was broadcast on social media laid to rest

A call for justice for Carson Crimeni at internment service

Carson Crimeni’s father Aron said goodbye to his son Saturday at a small memorial service that was limited to family and close friends. (Crimeni family/special to Langley Advance Times)
A photo posted online shows what was left of Sarah Champoux’s truck following a collision with a semi near Sicamous on Monday. (Jacob Wiens/Facebook)

Surviving a crash: how a few millimetres made all the difference for B.C. woman

Semi trailer ‘pinned’ Sarah Champoux inside her truck cab

A photo posted online shows what was left of Sarah Champoux’s truck following a collision with a semi near Sicamous on Monday. (Jacob Wiens/Facebook)
Aftermath of a crash that saw a semi trailer truck crush a horse transporter. Amazingly, no serious injuries were reported. (Photo by Sarah Champoux/Special to Langley Advance Times)

‘I honestly thought I was going to die’ says crash survivor

Sarah Champoux of Aldergrove was hauling a horse trailer near Sicamous when a semi hit her truck

Aftermath of a crash that saw a semi trailer truck crush a horse transporter. Amazingly, no serious injuries were reported. (Photo by Sarah Champoux/Special to Langley Advance Times)
Walnut Grove skate park became a temporary memorial to Carson Crimeni after the teen died. Now. a local dad would like to make that permanent by renaming the park. (File)

Petition to rename skate park after B.C. teen who died reaches initial goal

About 100 people have signed online petition to memorialize Carson Crimeni

Walnut Grove skate park became a temporary memorial to Carson Crimeni after the teen died. Now. a local dad would like to make that permanent by renaming the park. (File)
Langley RCMP Cpl. Glen Shippit and his laser speed meter will be looking for drivers going too fast in school zones when classes resume. (Dan Ferguson/Langley Advance Times)

VIDEO: A ‘friendly reminder’ from police about speeding in school zones

Don’t. Drivers who ignore the warning will pay a high price

Langley RCMP Cpl. Glen Shippit and his laser speed meter will be looking for drivers going too fast in school zones when classes resume. (Dan Ferguson/Langley Advance Times)
Daniel Coyle and Farrel in action during the World Cup event at Thunderbird Show Park. (MOI Photography/tbird)

VIDEO: Daniel Coyle of Ireland wins horse jumping World Cup event held in B.C.

Sellout event at Thunderbird Show Park in Langley saw winner conquer a bad-luck final railing

Daniel Coyle and Farrel in action during the World Cup event at Thunderbird Show Park. (MOI Photography/tbird)
One of many photos at a celebration of life for Shaun Nugent showed him during one of his favourite activities, riding his motorcycle. (Courtesy Nugent family)

B.C. man who died after rescuing swimmer was known for helping others

Shaun Nugent described as a dad, a coach, a hero and ‘stand-up guy’ at celebration of life

One of many photos at a celebration of life for Shaun Nugent showed him during one of his favourite activities, riding his motorcycle. (Courtesy Nugent family)
Aaron Crimeni seen in this photo with his son Carson on a North Vancouver fishing trip last summer, said he was told an autopsy found no signs of injury that would explain his death. (Courtesy Aron Crimeni)

Cause of death unknown in Langley teen’s suspected overdose at skate park: father

Toxicology tests have been ordered to determine if drugs are the reason for 14-year-old’s death

Aaron Crimeni seen in this photo with his son Carson on a North Vancouver fishing trip last summer, said he was told an autopsy found no signs of injury that would explain his death. (Courtesy Aron Crimeni)
Grandfather Darrel Cremeni described looking for his grandson, 14-year-old Carson, and finding him on the ground, with police trying to revive him. (Dan Ferguson/Langley Advance Times)
Grandfather Darrel Cremeni described looking for his grandson, 14-year-old Carson, and finding him on the ground, with police trying to revive him. (Dan Ferguson/Langley Advance Times)
Don Hlus, the former director of guitar at the KPU school of music, said there appeared to be more than enough in the surplus to allow music admissions to continue. (File photo)

KPU reports $22-million surplus

Announcement comes after cuts to Langley-based music program

Don Hlus, the former director of guitar at the KPU school of music, said there appeared to be more than enough in the surplus to allow music admissions to continue. (File photo)