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A self-proclaimed cowgirl knows she’ll never ride at tbird, but is excited to perform there.
It won’t be known until Friday if Langley’s L.J. Tidball qualifies for the Longines FEI competition.
Jaws of life were used to cut off the roof of a car and free its occupants from a two-car accident.
A car show dedicated entirely to one model of Ford drew admirers and collectors to George Preston Recreation Centre.
The local football team fell 35-34 to the Vancouver Island Raiders, in a last-minute comeback.
The gymnastics club is holding an open house this Saturday, Aug. 18, with free drop-in sessions.
A fistful of tournaments this month help charities fundraise, while offering golfers a day of fun.
H&M opens in Willowbrook Thursday, offset some of the space left vacant by the departure of Sears.
For the first time ever, Brooke deBruin will be displaying her art publicly at Arts Alive.
More entertainment, more vendors, more food, and a new beverage station added to Saturday’s festival.
After travelling Europe and Scotland for a bit, a local artist is back home singing and songwriting.
When the one-way on Fraser Highway gets torn up next year, Forever Yours Lingerie will be ready.
A 16,500-pound, 11-foot tall sculpture, six years in the making, was revealed in Aldergrove today.
For a third time, a group of seized dogs – dubbed Langley 66 – came together to celebrate life.
In this week’s business column, editor Roxanne Hooper focuses on eateries and one local operator.
Langley course has been selected among top 10 in the Lower Mainland.
A number of local Special Olympians represented Team BC 2018 at the Canada Games in the Maritimes.
Mixed-breed dogs of all ages and abilities will run against a clock at H.D. Stafford Middle School.
Overcoming her sore back end, Danielle Ellis quickly fell in love with sitting volleyball at age 16.
There are a number of music events on tap in Langley in the coming days – this is just a sampling.