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The volunteer-run organization found room in a local shopping complex and opens for the season soon.
Construction debris had to be cleaned up along several kilometres of Township roads.
The Fort Langley Lions and Langley Lions host their second vision and hearing open house on Oct. 11.
Rail Safety Week capped off with a presentation Fort Langley, including a painted sidewalk warning.
A Williams Lake woman has been in schools this week and gives a public presentation Saturday.
The Fraser Valley Rock and Gem Club show featured tonnes of processed rock, demos and more.
Several law enforcement agencies were at a Willoughby home, hunting for a man charged with murder.
On-site shredding is a fundraiser for the Ron Dunkley Memorial Society.
Murrayville’s cemetery is home to one of the community’s cenotaphs.
The Township invited in the public to try out all the amenities Saturday.
The walk is intented to show people what life is like when water must be hauled long distances.
The sun poked through Thursday afternoon, warming up the air for an annual fundraiser.
Three of four games are being played at the Langley Events Centre.
The annual Fork & Finger event celebrates food for $5 a plate.
Most City homes and businesses will be able to connect with a fibre optic network.
The club’s annual show and competition Saturday filled St. Andrew’s Anglican Church with colour.
The 25th annual Arts Alive festival took over a main thoroughfare.
The aroma of barbecue greets the public as they arrive at McLeod Athletic Park.
The Blackberry Bake-Off started back in 2002 in Langley. This year’s was held Wednesday afternoon.
Eric Brown said most rescue dives he’s been involved with were to recovery bodies.