Heather Colpitts

Langley university offers free help around the home and yard

Trinity Western University has about 700 students who will provide free labour on Workday.

Learn about Canada along a Langley river

A unique event on Saturday lets people wander the trails of the Nicomekl flood plain.

Eighteen new beds announced at two Langley seniors facilities

Fraser Health has increased Langley’s total of residential care beds to 681

Langley’s Big Brothers Big Sisters group raises the flag to raise awareness

The local mentoring organization offers mentoring in the community and in schools.

National fitness campaign comes to Langley’s historic site

ParticiPACTION is still cajoling Canadians to be more physically active.

VIDEO: Vintage-style plane up-ended at Langley Regional Airport

A mid-afternoon mishap at the Langley’s municipally owned airport brought out emergency crews

VIDEO: Vintage-style plane up-ended at Langley Regional Airport

A mid-afternoon mishap at the Langley’s municipally owned airport brought out emergency crews

Langley CARES cat shelter needs homes for kittens

A local cat shelter has a special event to allow people to meet its adoptable pets.

Langley charity leads British Invasion to help burn survivors

Dust off the skinny ties, ankle boots and British slang for a Friday evening fundraiser.

Langley retiree always gets his Mountie grave marker

A former Mountie volunteers to clean the graves of deceased officers.

VIDEO: Piglets take over Aldergrove animal sanctuary

Two pot-bellied pigs and five piglets are stretching the Happy Herd sanctuary to its limits.

UPDATED: Elderly missing Surrey man located

The man was missing without medication

Langley woman saved by blood donations now a big booster

A local woman never thought much about blood donation until she needed lots of it.

Vancouver-based Jewish groups bring the party to Langley park

A fun, family-oriented gathering in Douglas Park was to spotlight local Jewish organizations.

Public helps pick winners at Langley’s Blackberry Bake-Off

The free event is Aug. 17 at the Langley Demonstration Garden.

Langley triplets born in 1960 still part of this community

The English triplets, as there were known around Langley, just celebrated a birthday

Langley’s private Christian university back in court this autumn over law school

More groups get to testify in front of the Supreme Court for the Trinity Western University appeals.

Ride Into History rode into Fraser Valley communities Saturday

After a breakfast by the Fort Langley Lions Club, the Ride Into History participants hit the road.

Two Langley kids part of SFU pipe band headed to Scotland

The Johnston kids, Dana and Cameron, are headed to the world championships

Langley City pumps $1.45 million into Nikomekl Bridge refurbishment

200th Street at about 51st Avenue will be single lane traffic from August to autumn.