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‘If there’s no savings to consumers, there will be no deal,’ Rich Coleman vows
A total of $51,000 was raised at the seventh annual Grand Prix Gala, held at Thunderbird Show Park on June 3.
Regional chair urges councillors to consider TransLink and Metro as separate entities
The annual car show will be returning to Langley City on Saturday, Sept. 8.
As the 50th annual Langley Walk approaches, a pair of long-time participants look back on past events
Fraser Valley FiT Network is opening its doors to the public for a large educational fair.
The Langley School District is turning to the community for help with the development of the Long Term Facilities Plan.
After purchasing their new property 16 years ago, Aldergrove’s Rose of Sharon Baptist Church is finally moving to a new home.
Aldergrove swimming pool will get built – but not yet, say Langley Township council members
The Langley Has Talent contest is searching for gifted residents young and old to show off their skills.
Central Fraser Valley Search and Rescue honed their skills at Langley Regional Airport
Commercial and industrial property has risen in value more than residential.
Greenhouse farming is more intensive and lasts year round, council told
A guide to curling and its terminology ahead of next week’s Continental Cup of Curling at the Langley Events Centre
When Langley's David Sibley had a heart attack in his home Paul Schulli jumped into action, providing life saving CPR until help arrived
New 1950s memorabilia and custom auto accessories store, Good Time Oldies, opens in the heart of hotrod country.
Thousands of cyclists will take to the pavement in a new premier cycling event that will wind through Langley and Abbotsford.
The incident in September, 2008 that killed three workers and left two permanently brain dead could have been prevented: report
No cash in pockets a common reason for not donating, says Salvation Army rep
Families of the victims are outraged by a judge's decision to impose fines, but no jail time