Heather Colpitts

Langley seniors centre offers food care and tax help but no recreation

The seniors facility has announced a partial reopening with limited services

Memorial set for one of three found dead at Langley house fire

Father wants the community to know the “amazing” person who’s been lost

Langley Blaze back on the field but only for practices

New camera system allows families and colleges to watch ball players

Nurses make house calls in Langley pilot program

United Way Lower Mainland is providing extended nurse visits on porches or curbside

Public can attend Langley Township council meetings in person but councillors still virtual

Up to 20 people can be in the Fraser River Presentation Theatre, site of council meetings

Elite athletes do virtual 10K runs across Canada on July 1

A B.C. champion runner will be doing her race in Langley

Fraser River flooding closes two spots in North Langley

Marina Park and section of Allard Crescent are closed temporarily under Township Flood Response Plan

Langley Central Rotary cancels wine fest

COVID-19 precautions would essentially eat up all the profits that go to charity, club says

Langley’s farm museum opens but with precautions

The biggest change is the volunteer-run museum can no longer demonstrate its heritage machines

Langley City takes #DifferentTogether Pledge and looks to honour James Douglas

City to consult with First Nations and others about honouring a mixed-race historical figure

VIDEO: Bear cub brother and sister boost Langley wildlife centre population

The rehabilitation centre has taken in more than 1,100 animals so far in 2020

Maple Ridge-based farm market buys Ralph’s market in Langley

Meridian Farm Markets takes ownership of Ralph’s in August and plans to keep the name

VIDEO: Langley groups not willing to give up ALS fundraising walks

Local schools and organizations plan virtual walks to support those with the disease

Langley pub looking for community heroes

People can submit local heroes in a new contest through Match Eatery & Public House

Langley’s new community network aims to help prevent adult abuse

Seniors are more vulnerable to abuse and local groups are working to prevent it

Langley man combats superstitions about albinism in Africa

People with pigment condition being blamed for COVID-19, he says

Langley business owner gathering donations to help storm-ravaged El Salvador

Tropical Storm Amanda has hurt the small Central American nation already struggling with COVID-19

Aldergrove fuel firm fined $200,000 over federal gas tank regulations

The company entered a guilty plea for five counts under federal law

Week-long food bank fundraiser running at several Langley stores

Funds will go to local food banks throughout Western Canada