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By George, did you see the unique autos in Fort Langley Sunday?
The annual May Day celebrations include a parade and a float carrying the May Queen and her court.
Memorial tree plantings were part of this year’s events to celebrate the importance of trees.
Langley litterers have changed what they toss out over the years.
The Langley Seniors’ Resource Centre is accepting donations of gently used and new goods.
Complaints have been filed with Fraser Health and College of Physicians and Surgeons of B.C.
Submit a factual or funny caption for the historic photo and possibly win a gift certificate.
Fitness experts are part of a new program for Langley City residents 65 and older.
I’ve decided on a thousand other details so why can’t I figure out what colour to paint the bathroom?
An all-candidates meeting hosted by and for seniors was held at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church Wednesday afternoon.
Seniors forced from their homes in the Birch building will have housing for the next few months.
A partnership program aims to get seniors more physically active.
BC One Call is a free service that tells people where underground lines are located.
Two Grade 10 students have been cast as the leads in the Beauty and the Beast at Walnut Grove Secondary.
One of the province’s largest music festivals starts this month in Langley.
See Canadian films at various local screenings as part of a national film festival.
Water and sewer lines will be replaced in the stretch of 56th Avenue from Glover Road to theLangley Bypass.
Water and sewer lines will be replaced in the stretch of 56th Avenue from Glover Road to the Langley Bypass.
The $235.5-million project covers a stretch of the Trans-Canada Highway from 216th to 264th Streets.
Before the kids can get out on a Walnut Grove field and play, families helped ready the diamonds.