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The 2017 Community Arbour Day celebration recognized three people with a memorial tree planting ceremony in Fort Langley. Members of council also replanted the Wilson Memorial Tree (pictured). This year’s Arbour Day is taking place Sunday, April 22, from 1 to 3 p.m. at Aldergrove’s Philip Jackman Park. Langley Times file photo

LEPS, Langley Township mark Earth Month with eco-friendly events

Arbour Day, Clean-Up Day happening last two weekends in April

The 2017 Community Arbour Day celebration recognized three people with a memorial tree planting ceremony in Fort Langley. Members of council also replanted the Wilson Memorial Tree (pictured). This year’s Arbour Day is taking place Sunday, April 22, from 1 to 3 p.m. at Aldergrove’s Philip Jackman Park. Langley Times file photo
VIDEO: ‘Salmon populations in the Pacific Coast are under threat’

VIDEO: ‘Salmon populations in the Pacific Coast are under threat’

Hatchery society president says urbanization, pollution, pose significant risk to stream health

VIDEO: ‘Salmon populations in the Pacific Coast are under threat’
VIDEO: Soaring fuel prices will drive up costs to consumer, says BC Trucking Association president
VIDEO: Soaring fuel prices will drive up costs to consumer, says BC Trucking Association president
A pub night at the Thirsty Penguin on Saturday supports a pair of local non-profit organizations.

Saturday pub night fundraiser in Langley supports pair of local causes

Saturday, April 7 event benefits Cythera House, Shape Your World Society.

A pub night at the Thirsty Penguin on Saturday supports a pair of local non-profit organizations.
One-hundred-one-year-old company moves east to North Langley

One-hundred-one-year-old company moves east to North Langley

Raimac, which sells food equipment and smallwares, relocated from Vancouver in November

One-hundred-one-year-old company moves east to North Langley
VIDEO: ‘Big time disappointment’ as Vancouver Giants fall to undermanned Kelowna Rockets

VIDEO: ‘Big time disappointment’ as Vancouver Giants fall to undermanned Kelowna Rockets

Head coach Jason McKee very unhappy with effort in Giants’ regular season home finale

VIDEO: ‘Big time disappointment’ as Vancouver Giants fall to undermanned Kelowna Rockets
VIDEO: For the love of dogs: senior ladies dedicated LAPS volunteers

VIDEO: For the love of dogs: senior ladies dedicated LAPS volunteers

Donna Linke and Pauline Markle has been walking dogs at Langley’s shelter for two-plus decades

VIDEO: For the love of dogs: senior ladies dedicated LAPS volunteers
Roots and Wings chief organizer and still master Rebekah Crowley showed the four types of spirits brewed at the Langley craft distillery.                                 Troy Landreville Langley Times

VIDEO: Roots and Wings: from farm to tumbler

Langley’s first craft distillery recently recently celebrated its first anniversary

Roots and Wings chief organizer and still master Rebekah Crowley showed the four types of spirits brewed at the Langley craft distillery.                                 Troy Landreville Langley Times
VIDEO: WorkSafeBC speaker shares horrific workplace accident with students

VIDEO: WorkSafeBC speaker shares horrific workplace accident with students

Maple Ridge man delivers message of safety to next generation of workers

VIDEO: WorkSafeBC speaker shares horrific workplace accident with students
Langley Rivermen’s Sean Gulka checks Surrey Eagles’ Chase Danol during BCHL action earlier this season. Gulka scored twice in Langley’s 8-5 win over the Eagles Thursday at the George Preston Recreation Centre, to keep the Rivermen’s playoff hopes alive. The teams meet tonight at South Surrey Arena in game six of their opening round, best-of-seven series. Garrett James photo

Langley Rivermen stave off elimination by outscoring Surrey Eagles

Langley faces another do-or-die scenario when they visit South Surrey Arena tonight (March 9)

Langley Rivermen’s Sean Gulka checks Surrey Eagles’ Chase Danol during BCHL action earlier this season. Gulka scored twice in Langley’s 8-5 win over the Eagles Thursday at the George Preston Recreation Centre, to keep the Rivermen’s playoff hopes alive. The teams meet tonight at South Surrey Arena in game six of their opening round, best-of-seven series. Garrett James photo
VIDEO: International Women’s Day bridges generational gap in Langley

VIDEO: International Women’s Day bridges generational gap in Langley

Teen girls shared thoughts about beauty, materialism with residents at Sunridge Gardens

VIDEO: International Women’s Day bridges generational gap in Langley
Surrey Eagles Ty Westgard and Desi Burgart celebrate a goal earlier in the team’s first-round series against the Langley Rivermen. Surrey leads the series 3-1. (Garrett James photo)

Langley Rivermen pushed to playoff brink by high scoring Desi Burgart and Surrey Eagles

Eagles forward scores four in Surrey’s game four victory Tuesday; series resumes Thursday in Langley

Surrey Eagles Ty Westgard and Desi Burgart celebrate a goal earlier in the team’s first-round series against the Langley Rivermen. Surrey leads the series 3-1. (Garrett James photo)
In a 3A match-up, Pitt Meadows Marauders forward Benjamin Pollard dribbles the ball against Mark Isfeld Ice guard Alessandro Bovio Wednesday at the Langley Events Centre, on opening day of the B.C. high school senior boys basketball championships. Troy Landreville Black Press

PHOTOS: B.C. high school senior boys hoops championships underway in Langley

Provincial champions in four divisions will be decided by this weekend

In a 3A match-up, Pitt Meadows Marauders forward Benjamin Pollard dribbles the ball against Mark Isfeld Ice guard Alessandro Bovio Wednesday at the Langley Events Centre, on opening day of the B.C. high school senior boys basketball championships. Troy Landreville Black Press
Teen scholarship winners knock down all obstacles in their way

Teen scholarship winners knock down all obstacles in their way

Marissa Drew and Jarrod Martin among 85 students chosen to receive post-secondary scholarships

Teen scholarship winners knock down all obstacles in their way
Pink the colour of kindness across Canada

Pink the colour of kindness across Canada

Students took stand against bullying on Pink Shirt Day

Pink the colour of kindness across Canada
VIDEO: The Village community for dementia patients about to take shape

VIDEO: The Village community for dementia patients about to take shape

Groundbreaking celebration held for what will be first-of-its-kind project in Canada

VIDEO: The Village community for dementia patients about to take shape
Party celebrates A&W owner’s and manager’s inclusive hiring practices

Party celebrates A&W owner’s and manager’s inclusive hiring practices

Owner Nick Nuraney and manager John Archibald recognized with WOW awards

Party celebrates A&W owner’s and manager’s inclusive hiring practices
Surrey Eagles defenceman Owen Norton (left) battles for the puck along the boards during a game against the Langley Rivermen. The two teams are set to square off in the first round of playoffs this week. (Garrett James photo)                                Surrey Eagles defenceman Owen Norton (left) battles for the puck along the boards during a game against the Langley Rivermen. The two teams are set to square off in the first round of playoffs this week. (Garrett James photo)

Langley Rivermen and Surrey Eagles will go toe-to-toe to open BCHL playoffs

One point separated Langley and Surrey in Mainland Division standings

Surrey Eagles defenceman Owen Norton (left) battles for the puck along the boards during a game against the Langley Rivermen. The two teams are set to square off in the first round of playoffs this week. (Garrett James photo)                                Surrey Eagles defenceman Owen Norton (left) battles for the puck along the boards during a game against the Langley Rivermen. The two teams are set to square off in the first round of playoffs this week. (Garrett James photo)
COMBSPORT president and Langley City Boxing manager Dave Allison has been involved in boxing as a trainer and a boxer since his son James got into the sport in 1990. Troy Landreville Langley Times

Blood, sweat, and boxing: sweet science in Allison family’s DNA

COMBSPORT president, Clash at Cascades architect Dave Allison calls Langley home

COMBSPORT president and Langley City Boxing manager Dave Allison has been involved in boxing as a trainer and a boxer since his son James got into the sport in 1990. Troy Landreville Langley Times
VIDEO: Snowfall’s timing perfect for young sledders

VIDEO: Snowfall’s timing perfect for young sledders

Langley kids made the most of a district-wide pro-d day on Friday

VIDEO: Snowfall’s timing perfect for young sledders