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Two TWU students learn how much they have in common with each other and their characters.
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Final numbers are in for last month’s gala – $856,000 raised, $600,000 of which goes to hospital.
Finishing second in the regular season, Langley hosts its first playoff game in four years.
Warning, some of the language used by Kevin Smith on the video is not appropriate for all ages.
Extreme Langley gardeners showed off their creations during the giant pumpkin weigh-off.
In a race to defeat breast cancer, Abreast in A Boat’s local FORT-itude team looks for members.
At least 200 are expected for the seventh annual Zumbathon Saturday at Fitness Unlimited.
An end of the season community party evolved into a charity event aimed at helping a local group.
WITH RECIPE: Nice weather drew record crowds to the 22nd annual Cranberry Festival on Saturday.
For the third year running, Bard in the Valley presents a unique dinner theatre experience.
Triumphs on the track leave a Langley rider in eighth place overall at the end of the season.
Also on tap later this month is the chamber of commerce business excellence awards.
Theodore Schacter was one of about 400 who participated in Fort Langley’s Ride for Refuge.
No need for birthday cake, a few young children mark their milestones with apples and play.
Report was unsubstantiated that a resident in the downtown core had a firearm in his waistband.
Langley Sources Food Bank will receive a chunk of money raised during Saturday’s Ride for Refuge.
Various downtown businesses host two days of art displays and demonstrations by two dozen artists.
Langley residents kicked off fall with a visit to Derek Doubleday Arboretum and Rivers Day.
Drew Mechielsen encourages other girls to get involved in riding, whether competitive or not.