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Langley’s Judi Vankevich is helping coordinate a two-day kindness camp for kids and adults alike.
Some of the world’s best players are at LEC starting tonight, including two former Langley players.
Giants host KidSport Day Friday on home ice, when they take on the Blazers.
A five-vehicle crash westbound on the Trans-Canada, near 208th Street, shut down traffic for hours.
Voluntary loss of body hair by teachers at MEI translated to $12,000-plus for Cops for Cancer.
Langley hosts a ceremony Monday, Oct. 2, lauding seniors for their work to build this community.
A celebration on Saturday pays homage to fruit, and the role it played in olden days.
The Tour de Valley team, including a Langley Mountie, visited nine schools in Chilliwack in one day.
Celebrations are planned at local libraries and the museum this weekend to mark Culture Days.
MP John Aldag transported three Vimy oak sapling across the country in the heat of summer.
Travelling between Hope and Boston Bar Sunday took its toll on Cops for Cancer riders.
More than 350 people started their morning with a glass of wine and a run through rural Langley Sunday.
Langley RCMP Const. Rochelle Carr is one of 23 officers participating in Cops for Cancer.
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.