Fort Langley was the scene of arguably the grand-daddy of all May Day celebrations in B.C. on Victoria Day Monday.
Take part in nine decades of history as Fort Langley hosts the May Day Parade and Celebrations this coming Monday.
Heritage buildings are not just local landmarks, they represent history, while adding character to neighbourhoods.
While flooding is not expected to impact Langley, river forecasters and emergency planners are keeping an eye on the Fraser River.
Many newcomers to Langley will likely be unfamiliar with the fact that Fort Langley is the birthplace of B.C., and that there is a statute on the B.C. books representing that information, called the Douglas Day Act.
An Aldergrove teen hoping to become the next Miss B.C. spent the first full week of May hammering away on a construction crew.
Eighty Years Ago -- May 4, 1933
Capturing the essence of the Canadian culture on film - or with a digital camera - means different things to different photographers.
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Cam Jarvis and Alasdair Coyle went with an eggplant background during the Youth Week painted ceiling tile workshop May 4 at the Walnut Grove Community Centre. Langley Township and City hosted several Youth Week events at various sites, May 1-7.
Members of the Kwantlen First Nation and their guests from Langley and beyond welcomed the salmon on Friday.
The Tuscan development proposal in the Salmon River Uplands is yet another example of Langley Township catering to developers at the expense of proper planning. Like the Wall proposal, Tuscan is requesting high-density, residential on agricultural property. Like Wall, Tuscan is "buying removal" from the ALR by spending a small amount (a small fraction of the eventual profits) to "improve" agriculture.
"I think it's going to be a real tough call. I'm just glad I'm not going to be judging" the finals of Langley Has Talent, said event founder and organizer Peter Luongo.
A pair of new development projects by the Township council will likely change the face of downtown Fort Langley.
Union Jacks were flying in Fort Langley on Sunday as fans of classic and modern British cars gathered to admire one another's vehicles.
God of Carnage: The Langley Players production runs Thursday to Sunday, April 18 to May 18 at the Langley Playhouse, 4307 200th St. Showtimes are 8 p.m. with 2 p.m. Sunday matinees. Mature language. All tickets: $15. Reservations: 604-534-7469 or email@example.com. Info: www.langleyplayers.com.
It hasn't always been sunshine and rainbows for Chris Bennett and his 1961 Jaguar XK 150.
Scores as of March 28 -- Championship series
While the Langley Eagles' season ended with a loss, the midget A hockey team has much to be proud about.