Sarah Grochowski

‘Doesn’t make sense’: Twilight Drive-In still limited to 50 cars as B.C. movie theatres plan reopening

Owner Jay Daulat perplexed that provincial health has been silent to repeated requests for response

Fair season kicks off with shred-a-thon fundraiser for Aldergrove Food Bank

100$ raised for Aldergrove Food Bank, bags full of perishables, from four hours of shredding June 6

POLL: Should the Alder Inn be demolished, or preserved?

Langley Township mayor and council expect to vote on the matter in July

‘I’m still your neighbour’: Cpl. Kurt Neuman leaves prominent role as Aldergrove’s community cop

Aldergrove resident Kurt Neuman moves up RCMP ranks to B.C. sergeant of crime prevention services

Riders back in the saddle after COVID-19 shuts down Aldergrove’s only therapy barn

Valley Therapeutic riders begin to see gradual return to their horses starting Tuesday, June 16

Fate of the Alder Inn put off until July

Public input will be collected until July 13, before council considers the building’s demolition

Aldergrove legion re-opens with temperature gauge and other COVID safety measures in action

The local legion reopened partially this June after three months of a pandemic-enforced shutdown

Aldergrove’s Save-On-Foods steps in to help Shortreed Elementary feed the community

Store managers presented school staff with an $1,000 cheque on Friday

VIDEO: Langley man pops the question on the big screen with help of Aldergrove’s Twilight Drive-In

Couple’s friends couldn’t be there due to COVID safety rules but carloads of people cheered them on

Aldergrove Fair goes back to its roots with agricultural exhibits, virtual shows in light of COVID-19

Tens of thousands drawn annually to Aldergrove’s fairgrounds in summer now directed to new web portal

Alder Inn could see a wrecking ball in the near future

Langley Township council will deliberate the 71-year-old building’s future at its Monday meeting

Aldergrove zoo announces free admission for frontline healthcare workers in light of COVID-19

Zoo also selling face masks to public with profits directed to Fraser Valley Health Care Foundation

VIDEO: Aldergrove Rotarians surprise ailing friend with cheerful car convoy and driveway visits

Aldergrove club raises $300 for the food bank while safely visiting past president Brian Thomasson

Aldergrove grads ‘make history’ by being first class to launch their futures amid pandemic

Aldergrove Secondary’s 2020 graduating class walked the stage while maintaining social distance

VIDEO: Pitt Meadows dentist gets grand welcome home after two-month COVID-19 battle

Michael Chow was given a surprise send off by hospital staff and ‘welcome home’ from neighbours

COVID-19 scare at Aldergrove Starbucks sees store close for two days

A store employee was tested for the coronavirus after an onset of symptoms earlier this week

Langley woman recalls last words spoken to mother who died of COVID-19 on 88th birthday

Verna Clarke was more than a senior with dementia who died of COVID at Langley Lodge, she was ‘loved’

Aldergrove 60-year-old can ‘finally afford to retire’ after winning $24M in lottery

Ronald Cumiskey plans to use his Lotto 6/49 winnings to stay close to home, and his daughters

Langley beekeepers on alert for giant honeybee-murdering hornets recently sighted

Aldergrove beekeeper Bryn Jones ‘concerned’ after South Langley giant Asian hornet sighting

Car failing to yield at new stop sign causes three-car crash and flaming aftermath

A Monday afternoon multiple-car collision saw no serious injuries reported to police