Langford

A rendering of the two proposed mixed use buildings on Dunford Avenue, which will contain 352 residential units and over 1,000 squared metres of commercial space. (Courtesy of City of Langford)

Residential development proposals would add over 400 units in Langford

Council considers Dunford Avenue, Lone Oak Place projects; concerns heard over both

A rendering of the two proposed mixed use buildings on Dunford Avenue, which will contain 352 residential units and over 1,000 squared metres of commercial space. (Courtesy of City of Langford)
The Indigenous Perspectives Society and HeroWork unveiled the society’s newly renovated headquarters Saturday featuring a modern design, larger training spaces and plenty of showcased Indigenous heritage. (Justin Samanski-Langille/News Staff)

‘We feel very honoured’: Renovated Indigenous Perspectives Society Langford HQ unveiled

Renos stem from partnership with HeroWork, a non-profit dedicated to helping other charities

The Indigenous Perspectives Society and HeroWork unveiled the society’s newly renovated headquarters Saturday featuring a modern design, larger training spaces and plenty of showcased Indigenous heritage. (Justin Samanski-Langille/News Staff)
The Mom Market Collective has run a number of markets on Vancouver Island. It will host a series of Thursday night events in Langford in July. (Courtesy of Mom Market Collective)

New summer night market coming to Langford

Mom Market Collective to descend on Veteran’s Memorial Park on Thursdays in July

The Mom Market Collective has run a number of markets on Vancouver Island. It will host a series of Thursday night events in Langford in July. (Courtesy of Mom Market Collective)
RidgeView Place, formerly known as Danbrook One, is undergoing structural remediation work to allow it to welcome back renters in the near future, owner Centurion Asset Management Inc. said. (Photo Courtesy of Centurion Asset Management Inc.)

‘Structural systems upgrade’ nearing completion on Langford highrise, owner says

Work being conducted by companies not involved with the original Danbrook One build

RidgeView Place, formerly known as Danbrook One, is undergoing structural remediation work to allow it to welcome back renters in the near future, owner Centurion Asset Management Inc. said. (Photo Courtesy of Centurion Asset Management Inc.)
The Royal Canadian Legion Branch 91 in Langford unveiled its renovation plans Saturday afternoon at an open house. (Justin Samanski-Langille/News Staff)

‘A new vision’: Langford legion looks to the future with upcoming renovations

Long-awaited renovations are set to begin in May and take up to a year to complete

The Royal Canadian Legion Branch 91 in Langford unveiled its renovation plans Saturday afternoon at an open house. (Justin Samanski-Langille/News Staff)
Tensions have been mounting between several members of Langford city council at recent meetings. (Bailey Moreton/News Staff)

Langford council waiting for provincial guidance on code of conduct

After another heated exchange, council votes to seek guidance from province before drafting code

Tensions have been mounting between several members of Langford city council at recent meetings. (Bailey Moreton/News Staff)
Tesla will anounce its new Langford service centre March 3. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)

Tesla to reveal details of Langford service centre Thursday

Centre to be located between Costco and Home Depot, Mayor Stew Young says

Tesla will anounce its new Langford service centre March 3. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
The Langford liquor store has mostly sold out of Russian-made products as of just after 2 p.m. on Sunday afternoon. (Screenshot Google Maps)

Langford liquor store donating sales of Russian products to Red Cross

The federal government is matching public donations to the Red Cross’ Ukraine campaign

The Langford liquor store has mostly sold out of Russian-made products as of just after 2 p.m. on Sunday afternoon. (Screenshot Google Maps)
Rachael Sansom of Grayland Consulting speaks with a group of around 30 residents Saturday about a proposed rezoning of 350 Lone Oak Pl. in Langford. (Justin Samanski-Langille/News Staff)

Residents share concerns with developer on proposed Langford rezoning

Rezoning application would allow for apartment proposal on Lone Oak Place

Rachael Sansom of Grayland Consulting speaks with a group of around 30 residents Saturday about a proposed rezoning of 350 Lone Oak Pl. in Langford. (Justin Samanski-Langille/News Staff)
The Langford legion received $6,000 for a Remembrance Day luncheon, and a Christmas dinner 2022. (Jane Skrypnek/News Staff)

Legion, environment and support centres get funding from Langford

Langford council voted for $22,000 in funding to 8 organizations

The Langford legion received $6,000 for a Remembrance Day luncheon, and a Christmas dinner 2022. (Jane Skrypnek/News Staff)
The property at 840 Arncote Ave. could be the new home of Langford’s 50-plus club, pending a public hearing and council approval. (Bailey Moreton/News Staff)

Langford public hearings look at proposals to transform residential lots

A social club, pitched for Arncote Avenue, would have bowling greens and a games room

The property at 840 Arncote Ave. could be the new home of Langford’s 50-plus club, pending a public hearing and council approval. (Bailey Moreton/News Staff)
The Centre Mountain Business Park is undeveloped land south of Highway 14 and west of Happy Valley Road. (Google Maps)

Plan would see Langford borrow initial $46 million for Centre Mountain water, road connection

Local service area would include water connection, residential and business park access roads

The Centre Mountain Business Park is undeveloped land south of Highway 14 and west of Happy Valley Road. (Google Maps)
Registration is open for the 2022 Goddess Run scheduled for June in Langford. Organizers are planning an in-person event this year after two years doing the event virtually. (Photo courtesy Goddess Run)

Goddess Run opens up early registration for June event in Langford

10K and 5K run options available, post-race festival in the works

Registration is open for the 2022 Goddess Run scheduled for June in Langford. Organizers are planning an in-person event this year after two years doing the event virtually. (Photo courtesy Goddess Run)
An RCMP cruiser and police tape are seen in front of a home in the Arbutus Ridge Estates mobile home community on Selwyn Road, Langford, Saturday. (Justin Samanski-Langille/News Staff)

Investigators seeking cell phone connected to Langford New Year’s Eve homicide

Woman found dead in Arbutus Ridge Estates mobile home shortly after noon Dec. 31

An RCMP cruiser and police tape are seen in front of a home in the Arbutus Ridge Estates mobile home community on Selwyn Road, Langford, Saturday. (Justin Samanski-Langille/News Staff)
Johnny Vallis worked with the late Ronnie Spector during an 80-show house tour of the Legends of Rock and Roll in 1993. He said her loss on Jan. 12 is significant both for him personally, and for the music industry as a whole. (Photo courtesy of Johnny Vallis)

’Quite something:’ Langford singer reflects on performing with late rock legend Ronnie Spector

Johnny Vallis worked on 80 shows with Rock & Roll Hall of Fame member, who died Jan. 12

Johnny Vallis worked with the late Ronnie Spector during an 80-show house tour of the Legends of Rock and Roll in 1993. He said her loss on Jan. 12 is significant both for him personally, and for the music industry as a whole. (Photo courtesy of Johnny Vallis)
Bus route 64 (purple line) gives Scia’new (Beecher Bay) First Nation residents transit access for the first time. (Google Maps/Screenshot)

Beecher Bay community serviced by new bus route through West Shore, East Sooke

Route 64 runs through Scia’new First Nation from East Sooke to Langford

Bus route 64 (purple line) gives Scia’new (Beecher Bay) First Nation residents transit access for the first time. (Google Maps/Screenshot)
An RCMP cruiser and police tape are seen in front of a home in the Arbutus Ridge Estates mobile home community on Selwyn Road, Langford, Saturday. (Justin Samanski-Langille/News Staff)

UPDATE: Major crime unit investigating potential homicide in Langford

One woman is dead and one man has been arrested, an official said

An RCMP cruiser and police tape are seen in front of a home in the Arbutus Ridge Estates mobile home community on Selwyn Road, Langford, Saturday. (Justin Samanski-Langille/News Staff)
Langford Emergency Social Services co-founder Beverly Wilson, left, receives recognition from Langford Fire Rescue Chief Chris Aubrey during a celebration of the volunteer organzation’s 25th anniversary. (Photo Courtesy of Langford ESS)

25-year emergency social services volunteer, co-founder celebrated by Langford

ESS group sprang from Beverley Wilson’s questions about emergency preparedness

Langford Emergency Social Services co-founder Beverly Wilson, left, receives recognition from Langford Fire Rescue Chief Chris Aubrey during a celebration of the volunteer organzation’s 25th anniversary. (Photo Courtesy of Langford ESS)
Abstract Developments’ Bellewood Park townhome development is seen in this photo. The developer has announced its hopes to expand into the West Shore for the first time with a townhome development in Langford. (Photo courtesy of Abstract Development/Facebook)

Victoria firm looks at first West Shore development on ‘gem’ of a property

Abstract Developments purchases Sooke Road property, looks to build 64 townhomes

Abstract Developments’ Bellewood Park townhome development is seen in this photo. The developer has announced its hopes to expand into the West Shore for the first time with a townhome development in Langford. (Photo courtesy of Abstract Development/Facebook)
Three City of Langford employees pose for a quick photo. They have been working night shifts this past month, through some extreme weather, but it hasn’t dampened their spirits while they make Langford’s holiday decor sparkle. (Photo courtesy of the City of Langford)

Holiday spirit sparkles in Langford

Santa’s helpers working hard to make the city shine

Three City of Langford employees pose for a quick photo. They have been working night shifts this past month, through some extreme weather, but it hasn’t dampened their spirits while they make Langford’s holiday decor sparkle. (Photo courtesy of the City of Langford)