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Aldergrove cadets awarded high honours at training camp

Emily Long and Oliver Cole were awarded the ANAVETS Medal of Merit

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Mounties charge one of their own under national secrets law
Mounties charge one of their own under national secrets law
Conservative, Liberal and NDP leaders focus on family, housing and health care
Public's help sought in identifying violent robbery suspect

Hells Angels partied with strippers at Langley rec centre

An internal email showed staff complained after the spring event in Brookswood

Local 4-H youth programs a staple at the PNE Fair

Glen Valley 4-H club member Emma Davidson returns with a champion rabbit

Collision on Highway 1 east-bound causing traffic delays

Left lane blocked and estimated wait times at over an hour from the Port Mann Bridge

Grief and anger as family mourns Langley teen Carson Crimeni

A funeral remembered Carson’s fun-loving life and called for change in the community

Filmmakers flock to Langley, now second only to Vancouver for productions

Film studios have been popping up in the community in recent years

Special guest ‘Small Eyes’ revealed at northern spotted owl breeding program fundraiser

The Langley-based facility raised $2,300 to help support the endangered species

Aldergrove pool parking frustrates neighbours during busy season

Langley Township’s designated overflow parking areas crowd residential streets, locals say

Funeral to be held today for Langley teen whose apparent overdose was filmed

Carson Crimeni’s death on Aug. 7 in Langley, B.C., is under investigation by RCMP

Driver walks away after truck smashed by train near Fort Langley

The vehicle was destroyed when the driver couldn’t get off the tracks in time

Aldergrove librarian wins radio station’s RAMdom Acts of Kindness for new books

Teacher-librarian Katie Caines was awarded a $993 cheque at Vancouver’s CFOX

PHOTOS: Aldergrove Music Fest tops $10,000 for BC Children’s Hospital

Aldergrove comes together in tie-dye and rocks out for the kids

Utterly unique marriage proposal enlists the help of Happy Herd cows

Two men propose within two years, amongst cows at an Aldergrove farm sanctuary

Langley firm plans cannabis-infused beverage line

Drinkable pot coming soon from local firm

Culture Guard meeting shut down due to Township repairs

The controversial anti-SOGI group was to meet this week in Township hall

Who is killing raccoons in Brookswood?

An animal rights group wants to find the person putting out traps in Brookswood