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Leave room for pie – Langley facility offers drive-thru pies for seniors

Local Bria seniors complexes team up to give out free pies at Sunridge Gardens Oct. 1

Plea deal results in guilty plea in fatal Langley shooting in 2017

First degree murder charge amended to conspiracy to commit murder

Virus prompts Langley Camera Club members to refocus

Technology has kept local shutterbugs connected and broadened their horizons

New Langley highway interchange site of morning crash

Motorists are encouraged to find another route for the rushhour

Discounter plans soft opening for Langley outlet

McFrugal’s Outlet had hoped for an Aug. 31 opening but it it now expected to be mid to late September

Langley seniors home creates colourful butterflies for fundraiser public can support

COVID prevents annual butterfly release so seniors create butterfly art

VIDEO: Horse lover plans fundraising run to benefit Langley equine therapy program

Founder of the Voice For the Horse Canada Foundation is looking for donations

Sign of the times for closed Langley outlet

One of the first retailers to say coronavirus forced it to close removes Langley presence

Langley seniors complex invites public to decorated vehicle parade for Grandparents Day

A Saturday afternoon vehicle parade is for the seniors who live at Chartwell Langley Gardens

Yup, Langley was hot Thursday

The thermometer hit 32.4 degrees Celsius but the forecast is for milder temperatures for a few days

Jack hopes for Giant donations for Langley Food Bank

Inspire Dental Group welcomes Vancouver Giants mascot for Friday, Sept. 18 food drive

Champions needed at Langleys libraries

Library Champion project volunteer information session planned for Wednesday, Sept. 16

LANGLEY LABOUR DAY: Labour council says COVID-19 forever changed the workplace

Economic recovery a chance to make workplaces safer and more just, council says

VIDEO: What a Langley school looks like when kids return Sept. 10

Principal of a Willoughby elementary offered a tour to show some of the changes made

Gas tax revenues help fund roadwork around the Langleys

The Township and City received a total of $681,083 in federal funds from gas taxes

Langley’s top cop reassigned amid charity gala questions

Overtime concerns raised in connection to RCMP attendance at Langely City mayor’s gala

Langley campaign posting purple flags for overdose awareness

Aug. 31 is International Overdose Awareness Day and kick off Friday evening

Langley sandwiched between cities with higher COVID-19 numbers

The BC Centre for Disease Control has released a map that shows numbers of cases per community

Dr. Bonnie Henry inspired Langley teen’s face mask design

Two winners announced in the Langley Memorial Hospital Foundation face mask design contest

LETTER: Legislation needed to curb online racism, Langley man says

Flagging hasn’t been sufficient to reduce hate, racism and threats online