Sarah Grochowski

‘The public has spoken’: Alder Inn to be demolished at $250,000 cost

Township council votes to use $250,000 to demolish the 71-year-old building in downtown Aldergrove

19 times on 19th birthday: Aldergrove teen goes from crutches to conquering Abby Grind

Kaden Van Buren started at midnight on Saturday. By 3 p.m. he had completed the trek 19 times.

Legion pays for Aldergrove elementary school to expand reading program to every student

Until now, only primary students (K-3) at Parkside had access to free books to read at home

Vandals deface Aldergrove elementary school with racist slur, male genitalia

Langley School District confirms it has filed a report with the Langley RCMP

‘Our hands are tied’: Langley Good Times Cruise-In announces cancellation due to COVID-19

People are encouraged to donate to the chosen Langley charities online, said Cruise-In director

Conservationists in race against time to rehabilitate grizzly cubs transferred to Aldergrove zoo

‘Let them be assessed now before their fate is sealed,’ urges B.C. conservationist Barb Murray

Man running across Canada removing litter stops to help clean up Aldergrove

COVID-19 has not stopped litter from piling up in Aldergrove’s downtown core

‘It’s not just about our thrift shop’: Alder Inn plans asked to include community parking

Fibromyalgia Wellspring founder Cheryl Young is asking the Township to use downtown lots for parking

VIDEO: Trio of orphaned grizzly bear cubs find new home at Greater Vancouver Zoo

The Alberta cubs’ mother was killed by hunters and would have otherwise been euthanized, zoo says

Langley vigil demands justice for Ontario animal activist killed protesting slaughterhouse

More than two dozen people gathered at Britco Pork to remember Regan Russell, and fight Bill 156

Aldergrove moms orchestrate class photo for Kindergarten grads after COVID-19 school shutdown

Five year olds at Parkside Elementary got one final reunion to wrap up their school year cut short

This year’s Canada Day parade in Aldergrove unlike any before due to COVID-19

Families lined six kilometres of local streets in socially distant groups for the Wednesday procession

Pricey show puppies worth more than $15,000 returned to Aldergrove breeder after stolen

Sandy Anderson of Woodside German Shepherds pleads with public to help find her three stolen puppies

UPDATE: Aldergrove man taken to hospital after barricading himself at home for four hours

A man in the home was struggling with mental illness, says RCMP Sgt. Rebecca Parslow

Is this Alder Inn’s end?

Heritage lovers oppose demo of 71-year-old Aldergrove building, want it preserved

Fewer Langley students will be hungry this summer, thanks to Rotary kindness

The Aldergrove service club goes a step further to provide for Starfish families

Kindness pays off for Aldergrove graduate

Lexi Kowalewski is part of the grad Class of 2020

Aldergrove Canada Day parade to proceed through town Wednesday amid COVID-19 pandemic

An expanded parade route will see floats begin along 29th Avenue at 9:45 a.m. on July 1

Cst. Phil Colter the new Mountie in charge of Aldergrove’s Community Police Office

Former veteran and heavy-duty mechanic most recently served on Langley RCMP’s Homeless Outreach Team

‘A gift we weren’t expecting’: Aldergrove Food Bank manager surprised by generosity of local business

Budget Blinds donates $1,200 in window coverings for the food bank’s new digs