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VIDEO: Lightning strikes make for ‘wild night’ in south Langley

Brookswood residents found themselves at the centre of a massive electrical storm on Wednesday night

Willowbrook Lanes set to close after 36 years

Sale of bowling alley building in Willowbrook means a Langley institution will soon be no more

VIDEO: Riverdale shines spotlight on Aldergrove’s Twilight Drive-In

Episode of popular Netflix series revolves around Aldergrove drive-in theatre.

Aldergrove’s Connect event fosters relationships between disadvantaged and key service groups

Free event in Aldergrove brings together various organizations with people who have challenges connecting with them

Langley volunteers step forward to help out with community homeless count

Data gathered will indicate how many people are currently out in the cold in Langley Township and Langley City.

Royals sweep weekend set

Giants fail in three tries against Victoria; look to snap slump against Portland at Langley Events Centre

Langley MPs weigh in on ‘Anti-Islamophobia Motion’

Liberal John Aldag says M-103 condemns violence against Canadian Muslims; Conservative Mark Warawa says motion is too narrowly focused.

New homes sought for animals seized from rescue operation

Resident running a not-for-profit animal rescue ordered to pay $81,235.50 to SPCA

Langley Memorial Hospital Auxiliary celebrates 70 years

Volunteers dedicated to raising funds for Langley’s hospital

Historic run marks 13th year in Fort Langley on Feb. 19

February marks the return of Langley’s popular community fitness event

UPDATE: Drivers escape injury as pickup crashes into dump truck on 16 Avenue

Traffic was narrowed to one lane as a truck was towed out of a ditch Friday morning.

Langley Township fourth among fastest growing municipalities in B.C.

With 122,415 residents as of December, Township grew 3.34 per cent in population between 2015 and ’16.

Fusion Family Fun Night offers cheap eats, free fun in Langley

Langley’s Church in the Valley invites people to six weeks of low-cost, catered family festivities

Home ownership a challenge for 18- to 34-year-old crowd

Millennials are experiencing a paradigm shift in real estate expectations

Township residents voice frustration over icy streets

Snow and ice clearance prioritized by Langley Township, according to traffic volume

Between 35 and 40 new teachers expected to be added to Langley classrooms

Additional funding from the provincial government will mean more hires in school districts across B.C.

Christmas kettle donation drive falls short of target

Snowy weather believed responsible for lower number of volunteers for Salvation Army's annual campaign

Canadian Food For Children’s work lauded by Pope Francis

Langley-based charity, which ships containers of food to impoverished countries, praised for exemplifying ‘faith in action’

Foes having a bear of a time besting Kodiaks

Aldergrove junior B hockey club heads into holiday break atop PJHL standings

Langley Secondary’s FOCUS program celebrates 10 years

Students say the academic program has kept them on a steady track to success