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A local woman never thought much about blood donation until she needed lots of it.
A warm, sunny Sunday, distinctive vehicles, grub and music – the recipe for a successful car show.
A fun, family-oriented gathering in Douglas Park was to spotlight local Jewish organizations.
Police are looking for a light blue van that fled the scene of the crash Aug. 14.
The free event is Aug. 17 at the Langley Demonstration Garden.
The English triplets, as there were known around Langley, just celebrated a birthday
More groups get to testify in front of the Supreme Court for the Trinity Western University appeals.
After a breakfast by the Fort Langley Lions Club, the Ride Into History participants hit the road.
The Johnston kids, Dana and Cameron, are headed to the world championships
200th Street at about 51st Avenue will be single lane traffic from August to autumn.
Iris Mooney died July 19 and will be honoured in late August with a celebration of life.
An LGBTQ2+ group made the request to fly the pride flag downtown.
Two charities will benefit from the annual Ride Into History
Langley’s Deborah Sallenback has been installed as the head of the service organization.
The Aldergrove Fair includes activities to interest all members of the family.
The Legendary Water Fight is an annual Langley City event, pitting firefighters against the kids.
A northeast Clayton horse transport company has brought farm animals down from the fire zones.
Canada Bread locked out its Langley bakers first thing Saturday morning.
The $235.5-million project covers a stretch of the Trans-Canada Highway from 216th to 264th Streets.
Owners who adopted dogs from the group known as the Langley 66 hosted a canine reunion.