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Langley Township businesses will ‘get hit hard’ by break-ins during COVID-19 closures

Store owners are being warned to leave their valuables out of sight from thieves

Smiling 98-year-old inspires new ways to connect at Langley hospital

Foundation staff liaise between patients and loved-ones who can’t visit due to restrictions

VIDEO: Sirens show support for Langley Memorial Hospital staff

Friday drive-past the latest in a province-wide campaign to boost morale at B.C. medical facilities

VIDEO: Virus Busters assemble to take on COVID-19 germs in Langley

A team of 20 business owners and employees are working to kill viral bacteria in public places

VIDEO: Langley schools transition students to at-home learning

During the next two weeks a new model will be rolled out to parents, pupils of kids in public school

Kids get back to learning in B.C., online

Ministry of Education rolls out new tool for school

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South Surrey man suspects ‘huge’ visitor near 16 Ave. & 172 St. was Asian giant hornet

Reports sought online, as COVID-19 keeps techs from addressing phone-line issues

Frontline workers receiving COVID-19 isolation exemptions prompt concerns

Provincial Health Authority staff exempt from self-isolation upon return from international travel

Two Fraser Valley care home workers confirmed to have COVID-19

Health authority has a team at a Langley and a Surrey seniors facilities informing staff, residents

COVID commotion in the City

Nightly, at 7 p.m. many Langley residents make some noise to say thanks to frontline workers

  • Mar 26, 2020

MAP: Ongoing traffic impacts in Langley due to rainfall

About 30 sites around the Township were blocked or damaged

Juvenile hockey returns to Aldergrove after 15 years

AMHA Bears return home as champions after March playoff series

LAPS helps families stay together during outbreak with pet food bank

In an effort to decrease animal surrenders, Aldergrove animal shelter offers help

Price of gas near Aldergrove dips below 90 cents

Sinking prices due in part to lack of consumer demand as people quarantine to curb COVID-19 spread

Langley Township property tax increase drops by half in face of COVID-19

‘We do understand there’s hardship out there,’ Township Mayor Jack Froese expressed

  • Mar 26, 2020

Grocery giving in Aldergrove ramps up in uncertain times

$1,800 has been collected from the community to offer help to those negatively impacted by COVID-19

Police review agency to investigate overpass incident in Langley

Man suffered serious injuries in fall during struggle with police

An inside look at the COVID-19 battle at Langley Memorial Hospital

As number of cases rise, so does anxiety among health care staff

Aldergrove grocers open early for seniors threatened by COVID-19 outbreak

Save-On-Foods has even held back grocery stock for seniors and the immunocompromised