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Tournament action paused on Nov. 11 for a moment of silence for Remembrance Day.
Families and teachers can send in kids’ letters to be included in our special holiday publication.
Some local women knitted poppies and donated the proceeds to Langley’s legion.
The second annual community Remembrance Day service at the Murrayville cemetery attracted all ages.
About 70 people attended a ceremony tailored to those unable to stand for long periods.
Visual arts students have created a tribute to Canadians killed in the Battle at Vimy Ridge.
A Remembrance Day procession will go from the Timms Recreation Centre to Douglas Park.
The Langley Weavers’ and Spinners’ Guild show is in West Langley Hall.
Expect to see several businesses bathed in blue light on Nov. 15.
The public is invited to help celebrate the centre’s milestone.
Local kids learned about ham radio, Morse code and other communication methods from bygone days.
Women can now apply online.
The annual Household Hazardous Waste Plus Collection Event rounds up toxic items for disposal.
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Seven people were elected to oversee the public schools of Langley.
A team from a village floral shop wanted to do a beautification project.
Langley Township has 14 polling locations while Langley City has one.
Send us details about noteworthy Halloween displays.
The volunteer-run organization found room in a local shopping complex and opens for the season soon.
The Great B.C. Shakeout was Thursday morning.