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Rumor’s service can continue, albeit unofficially, as Langley’s popular working dog retires.
This week’s business column features some chamber happenings, a burger deal, and a Save-On donation.
A local country singer is feeling the love after earning more chart-topping status last week.
Judy Pohl loves taking a small concept and turning it into a ‘huge piece of art.’
More than 250 performers and visual artists take part in Saturday’s street festival.
Free arts festival in Langley appeals to all types of art lovers from all over the province.
Almost two dozen Langley swimmers are off to the B.C. Interior for the provincials in mid-August.
At least two opportunities are coming up to catch a flick in a Langley park.
Dozens of canoeists participate in special, three-day voyage from Hope to Fort Langley.
“Irreversible damage will likely have been done” before new Brookswood-Fernridge plan is finalized.
It was a female found dead when firefighters attended a grass fire next to the university Saturday.
Patti Dale Animal Shelter is overrun with dogs and cats, so holding an ‘adoption extravaganza.’
A family four-pack of tickets, including four ride passes, are up for grabs to this year’s PNE.
In this week’s business column, editor Roxanne Hooper spotlights efforts to help people in need.
Top Langley cop says Willoughby neighbours delivered a message that crime ‘won’t be tolerated here.’
Artists Edith Krause and Claire Moore remember Jo-Ann Sheen with a retrospective show.
Fort Langley Artists Group open their final show and sale of 2017 on Saturday, Aug. 5.
Some of the biggest crowds ever recorded in this year’s outdoor Shakespeare shows.
Activities abound in Fort Langley this weekend, allowing folks to explore B.C.’s rich history.
Glen Valley’s Susan McCaslin shares a story about falling in love with a man and his Cariboo cabin.