Working as a parking lot attendant in Vancouver for 20 years was so boring and depressing, that Tanya Nahal often sought out creative projects that would stimulate her mind and fill the time.
I always enjoy the historical pieces, but some clarification is needed [Celebration started nine decades ago, May 16, Langley Advance]. It was in the year of the current queen's coronation that the May 24 holiday was changed to make a long weekend.
Dewdney Pub June 16, David "Hurricane" Hoerl will perform at the Dewdney Pub from 8: 30 p.m. - 12: 30 a.m., at 8793 River Road S., five minutes east of Mission, off the Lougheed Hwy. Call 604-826-4762.
The documentary film Mighty Uke is being shown on the Knowledge Network May 30 at 9 p.m. and June 2 at 11 p.m.
Dump trucks and a cracking road are irking residents of one North Langley neighbourhood.
While flooding is not expected to impact Langley, river forecasters and emergency planners are keeping an eye on the Fraser River.
An artistic effort is afoot by a proud group of poetic tree huggers and one South Langley painter.
Our Grade 2 class has been participating in the Classroom Energy Diet Challenge.
Langley's history, as recorded in the files of the Langley Advance.
A major donation will give Wagner Hills Ministries the chance to finish paying for its newest facility to help women escaping addiction.
Where do retired Easter bunnies go? To the Langley chapter of Small Animal Rescue Society (SARS) of BC, of course.
The heritage value of the forests in Glen Valley should be used to preserve them for the future, local environmentalists argued Monday.
Langley Township councillors gave the thumbs down to a com-posting operation in Glen Valley Monday night.
Langley MP Mark Warawa will ask for changes to the proposed boundaries of new federal ridings being drawn up for Langley and its neighbours.
A partial reprieve has saved more than half of Glen Valley's Gray Pit lands from the auction block.
A raucous meeting in Fort Langley saw the owners of a planned Glen Valley composting site on the receiving end of a lot of negative comments from neighbours.
Firefighters were called out to deal with barrels of potentially toxic sludge from a drug lab in the Glen Valley area of Abbotsford on Thursday afternoon.
Artist Susan Falk is putting her money where her mouth is, when it comes to preserving Langley woodlands.
January is apparently the season when public meetings are as thick on the ground as frost.