Heather Colpitts

Langley kids letters to Santa wanted

Parents and schools can submit local children’s letters to the jolly ol’ elf.

Langley schools and universities ready for transit strike impact

Some students and staff are having to find alternate means to get to and from classes.

Santa and Friends back for second fundraiser this year to help hungry Langley kids

Christmas in November raises money for Langley School District Foundation food programs

LETTER: Commute between Langley and Abbotsford must get provincial attention

A former resident must still commute to Langley for work and finds the drive worsening

Aldergrove Library patrons step back in time at Retro Tech Tryout

Thursday afternoon event was a chance to try antique and vintage items not used in this day and age

VIDEO: Langley senior surprised with special honour at Pioneer Banquet

Annual banquet on Douglas Day honours longtime residents who built the community

Thanks for Caring tea spotlights Christmas bureau work in community

The annual tea started in 2012 and was sold out in October.

Aldergrove Library goes retro with technology event

Vintage technologies such as LPs, rotary phones will be spotlighted at Retro Tech Tryout.

Community readies for biggest Langley Christmas Bureau Wish Breakfast ever

It’s year three for the increasingly popular fundraiser

Langley Township will go with electric vehicles where possible

Municipality’s low carbon plan calls for increase in EV fleet and more public use

MAP: Christmas is coming to Langley

Our interactive map will show local events through out the holidays so keep checking back.

Langley police investigating stolen boots, credit cards, booze, and beauty products

Anyone with information on these local crimes is asked to contact the non-emergency phone number

Langley City Remembrance Day services attract big crowds

Douglas Park was filled with families and others to honour the fallen and serving military

Cloverdale dairy maid enlists in the Canadian Army

Elsie Bevan has lived in Langley for many years and served her country in the army.

Langley vet shares lifelong love of lacrosse

Doug Pettet was in the Minto Cup back in 1955 and is still an avid lacrosse fan

Kimz Angels looking for donations of warm clothes and household linens

A local philanthropic group has teamed up with the Langley Advance Times to be a drop-off point

Feral cat owners host holiday market in Fort Langley

Four local women want to raise funds for the Langley-based cat welfare group TinyKittens

Are you seeing blue lights around at Langley businesses? Learn about their meaning

Paint the Town Blue is a local campaign to raise awaress about child and teen grief

VIDEO: Dash cam dine and dash

Langley, have you captured wildlife footage on dash cam or home surveillance camera?

Where can Langley find out about family military history?

People often find old photos and documents but may not know where to find out more about them