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A look back into the history of the community including top news stories from decades past.
The annual event is Aug. 22 at the Langley Demonstration Garden in the Derek Doubleday Arboretum
Groups that oppose the event for various reasons plan to be on site each of the three days.
The public can donate goods or money to the annual Gateway of Hope school supply drive
The group’s first meeting was June 9 and it’s already hosting a federal election all candidate forum
Construction begins in mid-August to improve student safety at more local schools
Council is expected to vote on whether to allow the buildings to come down at its Sept. 9 meeting
Langley RCMP want to hear from people in the area of the Walnut Grove Community Centre Aug. 7.
CARES cat shelter found homes for several kitties on Aug. 3 and has another event this Saturday.
Surveillance footage shows two people attacking and loading dying calf into luxury vehicle
A stabbing incident overnight in Brookswood left one person with non-life-threatening injuries.
The girls tournament wrapped up Thursday while the boys play Friday to Monday at the LEC.
The CARES cat shelter is hosting an adopt-a-thon Aug. 3 and it’s mainly kittens this time around.
Carissa Halley will lead the organization as it begins building a new 15-bed hospice facility.
The fifth annual butterfly release at Chartwell Langley Gardens featured big crowds.
The local environmental group is hosting a Clear Out Your Freezer Potluck on July 22.
The annual event by Willoughby Town Centre keeps growing as more businesses and residents move in
Pageant open for young women no taller than 5’6”
Belmont Elementary’s latest large-scale musical is Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.
Music teacher Jamie Thomas has staged his final musical at Belmont Elementary