Miranda Fatur

Langley comedian reflects on how the industry has changed

Langley’s Susan Thompson graduated from LFAS 25 years ago, and performs as a comedian.

Mischievious characters take the stage in Seussical: The Musical

Langley’s Ahnika Barber and Lauren Trotzuk are performing the classic stories of Dr. Seuss.

Langley 7-year-old transplant survivor has special wish granted

Jack Matheson received a liver transplant last year, and is headed to Disney World next year.

‘Life has been marvelous,’ says Langley’s 106-year-old resident

Longtime resident Dorscie Paterson turned 106 in January; continues advocating for hospice support.

Gala night raises cash for kids to play

The Blue Jeans and Black Tie gala is a fundraiser for new playground equipment.

Improv actors offer lots of laughs every month in Langley

Fort Night Improv comes to Bez Arts Hub once a month; next show is Saturday, April 20.

Twelve artists selected to display art in Fort Gallery

The Fort Gallery’s juried exhibition Imprint is on display until April 28.

Vibrant colours at Timms Gallery art exhibit

The art exhibit titled “Where Prairie Meets West Coast” runs until May 13.

Langley thespian takes on leadership role in production of Detroit

Adam Beggs is the production manager of Detroit, which runs until April 27.

Langley student crowned Miss Teen Canada

Natasha Chadney is currently studying medical esthetics, which inspired her pageant platform.

Students unveil art project that honours Kwantlen First Nation

LFAS students and Kwantlen First Nation revealed an exhibit called This is Kwantlen.

PHOTOS: Bird lays eggs on elementary school playground

A pair of killdeer birds have been watching over four eggs that were laid at Willoughby Elementary.

PHOTOS: Langley RCMP look to public to help solve crimes

The police have released several photos of suspects in relation to local cases

Fort Langley Jazz & Arts Festival lineup to be announced at upcoming concert

The two-day music lineup will be revealed at a concert on Friday, April 19.

Country barn dance fundraises for Langley grads

Proceeds from the Barn Dance BBQ fundraiser on April 27 will go towards WGSS dry grad.

Epilepsy patient ends sit-in, awaits answers

Tavia Marlatt and her mother, Renee, met with Fraser Health officials on Friday, April 5.

WATCH: Theatre in the Country presents a plot full of twists and turns

Deathtrap runs from April 4 to 20 at Theatre in the Country.

Langley locals write, produce, and star in comedy series

Alyssa Tavares and Stephanie Ross are launching their new web series on Monday, April 8.

Langley mother delivers smoking-ban petition to legislature

Naomi Baker submitted the petition to legislature and met with the Housing Minister.

Langley epilepsy patient refuses to leave Vancouver hospital until needs are met

Tavia Marlatt is scheduled to meet with Langley Memorial Hospital officials on Friday, April 5.