Kristyl Clark

Shining little lights of hope

Langley's Maddie Petersen is making and selling candles to benefit B.C.'s Children's Hospital

Pink Laundry — Preschool politics bring out mama bear’s claws

We were a little apprehensive about putting our daughter in a new…

Little lights of hope

Maddie Petersen will be selling her candles outside the PriceSmart on Friday, Nov. 22 to raise funds for B.C. Children's Hospital.

Browns Social House coming to Langley City

Site of former Coza restaurant will be second Langley location

Self-storage facility gets green light from Langley City

A new self-storage facility is planned for 56 Avenue, just east of the Langley Bypass.

A scary good time for all

There is plenty of Halloween family fun to be had in Langley this week

Painting parties making a splash

Hot new trend in gatherings allows guests to explore their artistic side

Langley City remains concerned about boost in school site charges

As very few new students are expected from Langley City, council feels a doubling of school site acquisition fees isn't fair.

Mentoring program pays off ‘big time’ for youth

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Langley rated among top agencies for long-term match retention

Gym measures child’s development

Little Gym of Langley studies kids’ physical, emotional and social development

Take an artistic adventure through Langley

Annual Langley Art Studio Tour returns, Sept. 21, 22 and Sept. 28, 29

Princess parties costing you the Crown jewels?

Our parenting columnist, Kristyl Clark, wonders exactly when throwing children's birthday parties became a competitive sport

Mustangs and movie stars and car buffs, oh my!

Greater Vancouver Mustang Association holds its annual Round-Up in Langley this weekend

Aldor Acres to celebrate 25th anniversary with fundraiser

Celebration happens this Sunday, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Glen Valley farm

Pink Laundry – Happy’s sad story offers a chance to tell the ‘big truth’

Explaining death to a toddler is a tough conversation to have

Secondary suite fees move closer in Langley Township

Despite some concerns, council gave third reading to bylaw which will see secondary suite landlords charged a fee.

Give forest lands heritage designation, says WOLF member

Petrina Arnason said Langley Township council has the power to designate Glen Valley forest as a heritage area

Infamous Aldergrove intersection in spotlight

Langley Township council would like to see a left-turn lane from 264 Street north, at Robertston Crescent.

Traffic congestion feared from Murrayville development

Councillor Kim Richter questions placing big box store north of Fraser Highway.

Pink Laundry: Passing down a passive nature

Three-year-old Molly's quiet disposition may make her a prime target for bullies, our columnist fears