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B.C. Country Music Association partners with Gabby’s and a number of singers to host a concert.
A Langley homeless shelter will benefit from the grand re-opening of Milestones.
Shelter staff were moved by the kindness of wildfire relief donors and volunteers in Kamloops.
An annual cancer fundraising concert, organized by a pair of Langley brothers, raised $520,000.
On Saturday, people can test drive a Ford and help send the North Langley Diamond softball team.
Hosting the 2017 International Mounted Games prompts thoughts of expanding the sport in Langley
A section of 200th Street, south of 53rd Avenue, will be under construction for two-plus months.
Athletics Canada announces hosts for upcoming the Canadian championships, Langley making the list.
Langley United Soccer Association also secures deal to bring Metro-level play to the community.
Langley Eats Local runs July 26 to Aug. 2, wrapping with an event at the local farmers market.
The fifth Valley GranFondo is in Fort Langley on Sunday.
Seventeen artists use 21 pieces of art to reflect their contemporary vision of Canadian identity.
A pair of Langley boys are helping battle cancer one event at a time. This weekend is Gone Country.
Three Langley Olympians, in particular, demonstrated supremacy in the pool.
Pet-related donations are being sought to help animals impacted by the B.C. wildfires.
Three runners from Langley’s faith-based university, TWU, are on their way to Taiwan in August.
IT expert Darren Coleman has been invited to address the university’s Business Expert Forum.
Vancouver Stealth and Vancouver Giants announce further personnel changes.
How do people not understand the dangers they pose to themselves and others?
This week’s column congratulates Deanna Horn, thanks the Co-op team, and shares chamber happenings.