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Kindergarten students in White Rock make personalized signs for each of the Cops for Cancer riders.
Langley’s new volunteer bureau is building community by marrying people and organizations.
Const. Rochelle Carr and 22 other law enforcement personnel leave Thursday on the Tour de Valley.
Langley Parents for Inclusivity speaks for sexual orientation and gender identification curriculum.
JD Farms annual customer appreciation raised money towards cancer research.
This month, Langley columnist and gardener Pam Erikson reflects on the summer and looks to autumn.
Louise Selby has been knitting since Christmas to help Langley Animal Protection Society.
An annual event aimed at promoting eating local brought about a thousand to Langley’s Krause farms.
Sweet slushy treats sold in Langley Friday help create transformative social change.
Flight museum and animal shelter collaborate for themed fundraiser Sept. 23.
Downtown Langley Business Association takes over City’s tourism promotions and duties.
The Bombshells, a dance team with the Vancouver Stealth, are holding auditions this month.
Chuck Dudek had to personally thank Cruise-In organizers for hosting the charity car show.
Two Langley men will be retrofitting their man caves to make room for new ‘toys.’
A new group supports initiatives aimed at fostering understanding and kindness in Langley schools.
A few Langley residents will also be taking part in a memorial ride ahead of the ceremony on Monday.
Langley Good Times Cruise-In is about more than just cars, it’s about giving back to the community.
Taking it to the streets: Thousands expected to eat in the village this weekend.
One of the Township’s outdoor pools will remain open today, because of hot temperatures.
Success at tbird Sunday spoke to more than just a win for Ireland’s Conor Swail, but also tbird.