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Trans-Canada twinning project between 216th and 264th Streets on schedule for 2021

Commuter said more work needs to be focused on 264th Street exit in Aldergrove

Langley Rotary volunteers take to the streets to promote lottery fundraiser

Local clubs have raised $17,000 so far for 50/50 lottery

Ryan’s Regards: What if he made it to Langley?

Terry Fox began the Marathon of Hope 40 years ago and people are still running in his honour

Lantern Park townhomes set to open this Sunday on Aldergrove/Abbotsford border

Developer Peter Reimer said more homes, including a mid-rise complex, are in store for the future

Greater Vancouver Zoo turns to zoom for virtual visits

Aldergrove attraction encourages online learning while construction commences to modernize park

Surrey Langley SkyTrain moves forward with third round of public engagement

TransLink is seeking input on new station designs and construction management plans

Langley-based charity Wellspring encourages virtual participation for Lake2Lake ride this weekend

Annual 200 km cycle across the Okanagan and Shuswap raises funds for Rwanda relief

Gallery 7 launches series of online courses ranging from sound design to playwriting

Abbotsford theatre has plans to launch 2020-2021 season with live shows

Total of 20 cannabis store applications submitted to Langley Township

Council likely to grant first permits this fall

Langley’s three Terry Fox runs invite participants to join in any way they choose

Aldergrove, Walnut Grove, and Langley City will host “one day, your way” runs this Sunday, Sept. 20

Celebrate Langley’s 1800 kilometers of watercourses on BC Rivers Day

People are encouraged to clean up local streams on Sept. 27

Langley department celebrates 100 full time firefighters working in the Township with new recruits

Matt Szydlowski and Jon Dvorak were honoured with badge ceremony at Aldergrove legion

Langley Animal Protection Society offers up annual gala in a box

Dreams Do Come True fundraiser goes virtual on Sept. 26, with online auction items up for bid

‘There’s been no silver lining in border closures’

Aldergrove resident Georgene VanDelft recounts summer of separation and COVID frustrations

PHOTOS: Langley heads back to class

Families sent in photos to the Langley Advance Times of the first day of school

‘It’s a one-way walk through Aldergrove history’

Community Heritage Day will have historic artifacts, newspapers, and more on Saturday, Sept. 19

Little Oink Bank heads east to Oliver

Aldergrove pig sanctuary moved to the Okanagan this summer for a fresh start and more space

German Shepherds with ground down teeth in need of funds for corrective surgery

Langley Animal Protection Society found the dogs, Cookie and Battie, with inexplicable deformity

Langley Field Naturalists invite guests for virtual trip to Camosun Bog

People can join in the meeting on Zoom, Sept. 17, for a presentation with Susan Chung

Put on (or up) a happy face

Aldergrove resident spreads positive message with smiley face decor outside her front yard