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Someone in B.C. will loot and a rare chance to build a brand new business in Langley.
Pets are not products, and those adopting should expect a 10-year plus commitment
‘Furry tail ending’ made some odd twists and turns in the past six months, including a Langley stop.
A local high school band is competing in Nimbus School of Recording’s Battle of the Bands.
On the eve of a three-day vote for the new BC Liberal boss, a candidate visited Langley Wednesday.
It will be like a Tardi family reunion as five members of the clan head to Aberdeen for the juniors.
Local artists, musicians, poets will highlight the monthly First Thursday celebrations.
A new initiative allows parents to empty garages of unused equipment and get new kids in the sport.
Four local boys are on their way to Scotland after winning their second Canadian title in as many years.
A first-ever indoor light show and Christmas market proved so popular organizers are looking at other ideas.
A gaggle of comedic individuals unite in Surrey Little Theatre’s latest production.
Team Tardi is back on the ice again this afternoon against Team Yukon to defend its national title.
Aldergrove’s Charlene Prime spent the past year lobbying government to pay for arthritis drug.
One shot decided it all, said coach Paul Tardi of his team’s BC victory Saturday.
Langley Curling Centre is hosting the 2017-18 BC Junior Curling Championships with finals Saturday.
A new Langley couple is excited to share its passion for the holidays with a growing light exhibit.
Despite her recent loss, a Vancouver Island teen is back competing in the provincials in Langley.
Going into Day 2 of play in the juniors, Team Tardi sits 1-1, while Team Royea is 0-1.
It’s a Christmas tradition: The Schreder Brothers take on Ingram Mortgage Brokers in a hockey battle.
A local real estate agent has partnered with a few others to host a unique fundraiser for refugees.