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Langley’s ICBC road safety group and local Mounties are out on local streets reminding drivers to slow down. They were recently set up at 16th Avenue and 200th Street. (Leanne Cassap/Special to Langley Advance Times)

No need for speed: One driver receives home visit, $1,000 fine

In just 2.5 hours, six tickets and one failure to stop fine were issued by Langley Speed Watch team

Langley’s ICBC road safety group and local Mounties are out on local streets reminding drivers to slow down. They were recently set up at 16th Avenue and 200th Street. (Leanne Cassap/Special to Langley Advance Times)
A vibrant red new daylily has been officially named after the late Debbie Froese. The few plants already available are being sold to raise money for Froese’s charity of choice, and names are being put on a waiting list for divisions of the perennial for next year. (Pam Erikson/Special to Langley Advance Times)

Flowers pay tribute to Langley mayor’s late wife

The late Debbie Froese will live on with all the bright red daylilies that will brandish her name

A vibrant red new daylily has been officially named after the late Debbie Froese. The few plants already available are being sold to raise money for Froese’s charity of choice, and names are being put on a waiting list for divisions of the perennial for next year. (Pam Erikson/Special to Langley Advance Times)
Langley Rivermen are hoping to be back training at The Lodge by September, with regular season play expected to begin in December. (Langley Advance Times files)

Langley Rivermen’s season being planned around potential second-wave of COVID

BC Hockey League announced Friday that regular season play could start in December

Langley Rivermen are hoping to be back training at The Lodge by September, with regular season play expected to begin in December. (Langley Advance Times files)
Bags of cranberries are sold at each year’s festival, all proceeds to the Fort Langley BIA to enable them to host the one-day event. (Langley Advance Times files)

Popular Thanksgiving festival cancelled by COVID

Fort Langley’s 25th annual October street festivities are put off until 2021 to avoid spread of virus

Bags of cranberries are sold at each year’s festival, all proceeds to the Fort Langley BIA to enable them to host the one-day event. (Langley Advance Times files)
Residential real estate market rebounding well: long-time realtor

Residential real estate market rebounding well: long-time realtor

House prices, sales, and listings in Langley are moving on an upward trajectory

Residential real estate market rebounding well: long-time realtor
The deadline for submissions is Wednesday, July 22 to contest@langleyadvancetimes.com. (Langley Memorial Hospital Foundation image)

Langleyites invited to get creative for the sake of the hospital

Residents are asked to design a face mask that will be mass-produced and sold as a fundraiser

The deadline for submissions is Wednesday, July 22 to contest@langleyadvancetimes.com. (Langley Memorial Hospital Foundation image)
Aldergrove zoo throws a prom party

Aldergrove zoo throws a prom party

The celebration for graduating staff featured frocks and pizza

Aldergrove zoo throws a prom party
The concept of a Summerset drive-in benefit concert has been quashed due to a 50-car event limitation expected to last for months to come, say organizers from Red Door Events. (Summerset/Special to Langley Advance Times)

Summerset’s 3-day drive-in benefit concert called off

Organizers of Fort Langley music festival cancel 2020 event, vow to be back in 2021 – maybe sooner

The concept of a Summerset drive-in benefit concert has been quashed due to a 50-car event limitation expected to last for months to come, say organizers from Red Door Events. (Summerset/Special to Langley Advance Times)
Sven Sorensen shared this picture of geese failing to use the pedestrian overpass – pictured behind – to safely cross four lanes of traffic on the Langley Bypass. (Special to Langley Advance Times)

SHARE: Readers invited to capture the beauty of nature

Aim, snap, shoot, and share your pictures of Langley wildlife and you could win

Sven Sorensen shared this picture of geese failing to use the pedestrian overpass – pictured behind – to safely cross four lanes of traffic on the Langley Bypass. (Special to Langley Advance Times)
Vancouver Giants are among the 60+ teams named in a cross-Canada lawsuit alleging hazing, bully, and abuse of young players over the past four decades. (Robert J Wilton/Vancouver Giants files)

Vancouver Giants named in nation-wide lawsuit claiming teen player abuse

Class-action suit alleges hazing, bullying, and more over decades involving different teams

Vancouver Giants are among the 60+ teams named in a cross-Canada lawsuit alleging hazing, bully, and abuse of young players over the past four decades. (Robert J Wilton/Vancouver Giants files)
A cub, believe born in January or February, was one of two black bear babies and a mother tranquilized and transported to the outskirts of Maple Ridge Monday, after a confrontation with a dog in the residential area south of Dewdney Trunk Road and Burnett Street. (Special to The News)

Pair of bear cubs and momma tranquilized after clash with dog

Maple Ridge firefighters had to pull a baby bear from 50 feet up in a tree after confrontation

A cub, believe born in January or February, was one of two black bear babies and a mother tranquilized and transported to the outskirts of Maple Ridge Monday, after a confrontation with a dog in the residential area south of Dewdney Trunk Road and Burnett Street. (Special to The News)
Maple Hill Centre, at the Langley Memorial Hospital, has a COVID outbreak. (Langley Advance Times files)

UPDATED: New COVID outbreak reported in another Langley care home

A long-term care residence at the local hospital initiates outbreak protocols as of Monday

Maple Hill Centre, at the Langley Memorial Hospital, has a COVID outbreak. (Langley Advance Times files)
LAPS unveils its plans for this year’s Furry Tail Endings gala on a Facebook livestream event Friday night at 7 p.m. (Special to Langley Advance Times)

LIVESTREAMING: Langley animal shelter goes virtual Friday night for gala reveal

Amid COVID, the animal protection society is announcing new plans for its big fall fundraiser

LAPS unveils its plans for this year’s Furry Tail Endings gala on a Facebook livestream event Friday night at 7 p.m. (Special to Langley Advance Times)
Home Depot Langley donated 60 hanging flower baskets to the Langley Lions Housing Society’s Evergreen Timbers assisted living care facility last week, bringing smiles to many of the residents. (Special to Langley Advance Times)

Donated flowers brighten view for Langley care home residents

Home Depot gifts 60 baskets full of petunias and geraniums to residents of Evergreen Timbers

Home Depot Langley donated 60 hanging flower baskets to the Langley Lions Housing Society’s Evergreen Timbers assisted living care facility last week, bringing smiles to many of the residents. (Special to Langley Advance Times)
A firefighter challenge, giving kids a chance to work the fire hoses, has been a popular part of the Langley City Community Day festivities for years. (Langley Advance Times files)

Langley City’s Community Day will go virtual

Details are being worked out next week as to what efforts will replace the June 20 festival

A firefighter challenge, giving kids a chance to work the fire hoses, has been a popular part of the Langley City Community Day festivities for years. (Langley Advance Times files)
Langley Senior Resources Centre is operating a new meals-to-go program that has taken off in recent weeks, currently serving upwards of 400 meals a week. (Special to Langley Advance Times)

Langley seniors centre new meal program takes off

When catering dried up, kitchen staff started a meals-to-go that now serves 400 hot dinners a week

Langley Senior Resources Centre is operating a new meals-to-go program that has taken off in recent weeks, currently serving upwards of 400 meals a week. (Special to Langley Advance Times)
UPDATED: Langley Lodge has had no new cases of COVID-19 in past six days

UPDATED: Langley Lodge has had no new cases of COVID-19 in past six days

A COVID outbreak in the dementia unit at the long-term care home has claimed 16 lives

UPDATED: Langley Lodge has had no new cases of COVID-19 in past six days
Former Snowbird leader mourns jet crash victim

Former Snowbird leader mourns jet crash victim

Langley’s George Miller predicts this could – but he hopes it doesn’t – spell demise of his old team

Former Snowbird leader mourns jet crash victim
A non-May Day parade through Fort Langley on Monday, May 18, 2020. (Roxanne Hooper/Langley Advance Times)

VIDEO: Car collectors come out in droves for drive through Fort Langley

‘Spontaneous’ drive replaces annual May Day Parade, surprising village residents and shoppers alike

A non-May Day parade through Fort Langley on Monday, May 18, 2020. (Roxanne Hooper/Langley Advance Times)
Gardeners, new and experienced, are flocking to the garden centres and nurseries this spring. (Roxanne Hooper/Langley Advance Times)

VIDEO: Langley garden shops buzzing

Younger people gravitating to gardening, anxious to grow veggies

Gardeners, new and experienced, are flocking to the garden centres and nurseries this spring. (Roxanne Hooper/Langley Advance Times)