- Special Sections
- Contact Us
Filming at Gabby’s Country Cabaret has provided devoted TV show followers a visit with some cast.
A truck is turned over in the ditch along 232nd Street this afternoon, causing traffic delays.
More roster changes announced just days before the season starts.
In this week’s editorial, we push the need for acceptance and love over anger, fear, and hate.
Investigators on scene of a shooting on 29th Avenue are uncertain if it was a targetted attack.
Chad Kroeger and Nickelback released After the Rain and announced plans for an international tour.
Latter-Day Saints church hosted a family festival to thank volunteers in door-to-door collection.
Langley’s new volunteer bureau is building community by marrying people and organizations.
Const. Rochelle Carr and 22 other law enforcement personnel leave Thursday on the Tour de Valley.
Langley Parents for Inclusivity speaks for sexual orientation and gender identification curriculum.
G-Men hit the ice against Victoria this coming Saturday, Sept. 23 to kick off the season.
For one night only, Bard in the Valley presents two 1940s radio plays at LEC.
Greater Langley Chamber of Commerce held its second annual Women in Business event on Thursday.
Country Celebration attracted more than 5,000 people to Campbell Valley Regional Park this weekend.
Award-winning Toots Tucker contributes her time to a dozen organizations – including the Fox run.
Walnut Grove families and companies making Terry Fox Run a tradition.
Several times over, Garth was expected to die, but the four-week-old potbellied pig isn’t giving up.
JD Farms annual customer appreciation raised money towards cancer research.
This month, Langley columnist and gardener Pam Erikson reflects on the summer and looks to autumn.
A $1,000 donation from Farm Credit Canada helps a food program at Langley Meadows Community School.