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Langley Advance editor Roxanne Hooper looks at local Christmas-themed events on the books this week.
Disney’s Queen Elsa flips the switch on the tree Friday at 6:30 p.m.
BC Buzz Honey and Ezee Hoarding are two local businesses nominated in the Small Business BC Awards.
Despite issues elsewhere, local growers insist tree stock is fine in much of the Lower Mainland.
A new pizzeria has opened on the Langley Bypass, specializing customized pizzas and salads.
A list of developers and contractors are finalists for the home builders’ annual Georgie Awards.
Christmas decor continues to consist of rustic and country vibes.
Donations are needed for the Full Cupboard program – in full swing to feed the hungry.
Tree farms offer families a special holiday outing.
In this week’s busines column, the editor drops in for Willowbrook’s charity night and talks chamber.
Christmasy festivities kicked off at Willowbrook with special shopping event.
Joseph Richard Group staff experience life on the streets by camping out at Oak & Thorne.
The community’s lone indoor mall hosts evening where consumers can win prizes and help local causes.
Both business organizations are hosting a winter woolies drive to help people in need stay warm.
Help us caption a historic photo from Langley’s past.
Retrofitting of Fraser 206 strip mall, at Fraser Highway and 206th Street, garnered honours tonight.
The little produce market that could is getting ready to move into its new digs in early December.