Heather Colpitts

Two local squads meet up at senior girls tourney in Langley

The 2018 Girls Tsumura Invitational continues Saturday with the finals.

Langley Rams receiver inks with BC Lions

Jevon Cottoy joined the Rams this season and now has a multi-year contract with the Lions.

Pedestrian hurt when van crashes into Langley business

A pedestrian was taken for treatment of non-life-threatening injuries in a low-speed crash.

Langley man organizes weekend toy drive and addiction workshop

The annual toy and food drive is in Willoughby Saturday, and a workshop is in Guildford Sunday.

Pioneer Christmas at Langley museum a step back in time

Families can sign up for a morning or afternoon session on Saturday, Dec. 8.

Langley high school students take to the stage for original plays and music

D.W. Poppy Secondary has student plays and a holiday concert.

Langley City staff work hard to thwart Christmas light vandals

The City has seen its Christmas lights cut multiple times in the downtown core in recent weeks.

Langley students zoom in on film festival awards

Students were given 48 hours to make short films for the Zoom Film Festival.

Books created to prevent loss of Langley’s hospital history end up lost

More than 440 books printed back in the 1990s went missing and have recently been found.

Santa’s helpers in Langley ready for public

The Langley Christmas Bureau has offices in Langley City and Aldergrove.

Arts in Langley: Music, murmeration, and a new art gallery

A round up of what’s happening in the local arts scene.

Visiting peewee teams square off in Langley tournament final

Tournament action paused on Nov. 11 for a moment of silence for Remembrance Day.

Langley knitters stickhandle poppy project to help legion

Some local women knitted poppies and donated the proceeds to Langley’s legion.

REMEMBRANCE: Langley community supports Murrayville ceremony (with VIDEO)

The second annual community Remembrance Day service at the Murrayville cemetery attracted all ages.

Langley seniors centre hosts indoor Remembrance service

About 70 people attended a ceremony tailored to those unable to stand for long periods.

Langley students clay poppies bloom into Remembrance exhibit

Visual arts students have created a tribute to Canadians killed in the Battle at Vimy Ridge.

Langley’s largest seniors’ centre marks 25th anniversary

The public is invited to help celebrate the centre’s milestone.

Langley’s Soroptimists looking for award nominees

Women can now apply online.

ELECTION: Langley School Board a mix of incumbents and newcomers

Seven people were elected to oversee the public schools of Langley.

Fort Langley wakes up to a flower bombing

A team from a village floral shop wanted to do a beautification project.