Langford

The Western Speedway, and the 80.97 acres of land on which it sits, have been sold under a conditional contract. (CBRE Victoria photo)

Western Speedway sale gets the green light

Public to learn new buyer’s intentions, purchasing price in early 2021

The Western Speedway, and the 80.97 acres of land on which it sits, have been sold under a conditional contract. (CBRE Victoria photo)
Tri-Way Mobile Home Park residents Roy Cooke and neighbour Bill Bowering are among residents in the Langford community who worry about the future disposition of their homes. (Jane Skrypnek/News Staff)

Langford mobile home park residents living ‘in limbo’

Tri-Way Mobile Home Park tenants fear for their future

Tri-Way Mobile Home Park residents Roy Cooke and neighbour Bill Bowering are among residents in the Langford community who worry about the future disposition of their homes. (Jane Skrypnek/News Staff)
Ahousaht singer Ren Wikinanish Louie sings the Ahousaht Prayer Song as part of  Worklink Orange Shirt Day activities. (Photo contributed by Brianna Norgaard/Worklink)

WorkLink march in Langford supports Orange Shirt Day

Ahousaht Prayer Song sets the tone

Ahousaht singer Ren Wikinanish Louie sings the Ahousaht Prayer Song as part of  Worklink Orange Shirt Day activities. (Photo contributed by Brianna Norgaard/Worklink)
Crews are conducting single-lane traffic through Glen Lake Road near Sooke Road after a water main burst Monday morning. (Photo submitted by Jim Page)
Crews are conducting single-lane traffic through Glen Lake Road near Sooke Road after a water main burst Monday morning. (Photo submitted by Jim Page)
(Jane Skrypnek/News Staff)

Teams back on the field in Langford

Soccer championships back in action after postponement

(Jane Skrypnek/News Staff)
Tenants of a new Langford development were unable to move in on schedule due to a setback in the developer obtaining an occupancy permit from the City of Langford. (Randi Battersby/Black Press Media)

No occupancy permit for Langford build on move-in day

Delays with occupancy permit force apartment building tenants into a hotel

Tenants of a new Langford development were unable to move in on schedule due to a setback in the developer obtaining an occupancy permit from the City of Langford. (Randi Battersby/Black Press Media)
A Langford resident has concerns about safety, garbage and raucous behaviour at South Glen Lake beach. (Rick Stiebel/News Staff)

Langford resident raises alarm over south Glen Lake beach

Parties at small swimming beach at Glen Cove cause concern

A Langford resident has concerns about safety, garbage and raucous behaviour at South Glen Lake beach. (Rick Stiebel/News Staff)
Langford bike park rolling along to completion

Langford bike park rolling along to completion

New park a tribute to Jordie Lunn’s legacy

Langford bike park rolling along to completion
Six-month-old Finn Boyle (middle left) and 18-month-old Lucas Anderson enjoy the sights and sounds of the splash park with moms Natasha Boyle and Ashley Anderson at Langford’s Centennial Park. (Aaron Guillen/News Staff)

PHOTOS: Kids, parents cool off at Langford splash park

Centennial Park is home to a popular water feature

Six-month-old Finn Boyle (middle left) and 18-month-old Lucas Anderson enjoy the sights and sounds of the splash park with moms Natasha Boyle and Ashley Anderson at Langford’s Centennial Park. (Aaron Guillen/News Staff)
MP REPORT: Pitching the case for a national maritime museum in Langford

MP REPORT: Pitching the case for a national maritime museum in Langford

Alistair MacGregor is MP for Cowichan-Malahat-Langford

  • Aug 2, 2020
MP REPORT: Pitching the case for a national maritime museum in Langford
Langfird bylaw enforcement is ramping up education on physical distancing as hot weather draws crowds to lakes and parks. In this photo taken Tuesday, the crowds appear smaller and more socially distanced than those photographeed Monday and sent to the city’s mayor and council. (Dawn Gibson/News Staff)

Photos of crowded Langford beach spark COVID-19 concerns

Bylaw officers to offer physical distancing reminders as parks fill up for summer

Langfird bylaw enforcement is ramping up education on physical distancing as hot weather draws crowds to lakes and parks. In this photo taken Tuesday, the crowds appear smaller and more socially distanced than those photographeed Monday and sent to the city’s mayor and council. (Dawn Gibson/News Staff)
The legion in Langford received a donation of about 350 bottles of hand sanitizer from Ultra Liquid Labs. The bottles will be distributed at legion events and through the Langford food bank. (Dawn Gibson/News Staff)

Legion in Langford keeps things clean with hand sanitizer donation

Legion aims to draw in new members and volunteers

The legion in Langford received a donation of about 350 bottles of hand sanitizer from Ultra Liquid Labs. The bottles will be distributed at legion events and through the Langford food bank. (Dawn Gibson/News Staff)
Langford man Kyle Mostowy was sentenced to nine months in prison and two years probation for one count of sexual assault in 2014. (Black Press Media file photo)

Owner of Langford construction company gets nine months for sexual assault

Kyle Mostowy already spent time in prison for sexually assaulting employees

Langford man Kyle Mostowy was sentenced to nine months in prison and two years probation for one count of sexual assault in 2014. (Black Press Media file photo)
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)