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Bread makers head back to work in the coming days.
People can help out before the run or on the day.
Tiles painted by community members were assembled into a large mural for Canada 150.
A Canada 150 project was officially opened May 25.
A Fort Langley artist has fund melding old and new.
Elections BC has released the results of its final recount.
The Langley RCMP has hosting community townhalls.
A tree fell on a young woman’s car in North Langley, and there were lots of power outages.
The Langley RCMP has made public several photos from recent petty crimes to help identify suspects.
The Township has announced a road closure to allow for the interchange work to begin.
Township staff bid farewell to their temporary guests
City grant used to purchase fridges so clients can enjoy more fresh foods.
The company has settled with workers at its Laval distribution who were also locked out April 1.
American university students working on Langley’s Extreme Home Repair crew.
Local May Day events continue the tradition of May Pole Dancing.
Langley Christian School students and staff go the extra mile to support a teacher with ALS.
Time and technique can change the results when barbecuing.
A teen threatened to harm himself and police continue to investigate.
Langley’s farm museum shows what mom would have received in decades past
You’ve Gotta Have Friends surprises strangers with free flowers.