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Letisha’s Well: Run for Water aims to bring teen’s smile to thousands

Teen killed in random stabbing in Abbotsford last fall remembered through water project

194 ducklings rescued from Abbotsford roadside

'Little handfuls of fuzz' temporarily on foster farm need new homes

‘She was in it for the people’: Letisha Reimer remembered

Friends reflect on a 13-year-old who they say had an irresistibly contagious laugh

City of Langley may consider providing ultra-fast Internet connections

The municipality could lease out its own fibre-optic infrastructure

Propane cannons still hurt animals, despite restrictive bylaw, woman claims

Complaints about the bird scaring devices have dropped in recent years

SkyTrain, not LRT, is the way to go for Langley and Surrey, advocate claims

Daryl Dela Cruz made a presentation in favour of SkyTrain and against LRT last week

Night market could light up downtown Langley

City council hears pitch for evening bazaar similar to the one in Richmond

Don’t call illegal garbage dumpers in Langley idiots, let them dump for free, says realtor

Township's marketing campaign discouraging illegal roadside garbage dumping misses the mark, she says

New landlords do not properly maintain Langley apartment complex, residents allege

Linwood Apartments are under renovation and some who live there say they feel like they are being pushed out

New website shows wait times

People can go online to check how busy a walk-in clinic is thanks to a new website

City hopes water fight can return to full force

Staff hopeful restrictions that limited last summer’s Legendary Water Fight will not be in place for this year's July 16 event

Put a cap on thrift shops in downtown Langley, says business association

With 16 second-hand stores in the downtown core, some are saying enough is enough

City releases list of highest-paid employees

Three senior staff members earned more than $150,000 last year, according to City records

$26.2 million for seismic upgrades to Langley Secondary School

Announcement made on Friday afternoon also confirmed plans for new high school on Willoughby Slope

‘Nobody thinks it’s going to happen to them’ — a reminder for child-proofing windows

Many parents don't realize the danger posed by unsecured windows, says Fraser Health's Iain MacPhail

UPDATED: Fire burns legal marijuana grow-op in Township of Langley

The blaze broke out on Thursday morning near 232 Street and Fraser Highway

Non-profit plans to sell deteriorating Langley apartments, rather than fix them up

Seniors and people on disability assistance may soon be forced to move

New local MP has second ‘opportunity to fundamentally change our country’

Liberal John Aldag is sitting on the special joint committee on electoral reform

City of Langley aims to rebrand

New slogan, logo among items on a request for proposals to marketing firms