Ryan Uytdewilligen

Langley musicologist and entertainer Douglas Fraser passed away on Dec. 24th of natural causes

Fraser was known for his research and live shows covering the history of North American music

An evening of sitars and classical Indian music comes to Fort Langley

Gurukal Canada hosts Strings of Time concert on Saturday, Jan. 4 at national historic site

No Operation Red Nose rides in Surrey-Langley for New Year’s Eve

Langley Minor Hockey Association suspends service for final night due to lack of volunteers

VIDEO: Annual Langley Meadows holiday party welcomed hundreds for hot chocolate on Sunday

Firehall No. 4 supplied a Santa and fire trucks to raise funds for BC Children’s Hospital

Flashing decor and holiday tunes a source of Bah Humbug for anonymous neighbour

Langley RCMP were called Saturday night to deal with a Christmas display complaint in Willoughby

Saving lives one ride home at a time

Reporter Ryan Uytdewilligen spends a night volunteering with Operation Red Nose Langley-Surrey

Claus and paws pose for pictures at Langley pet store

Pet owners took their furry friends for Santa snapshots at PetSmart on Sunday afternoon

Langley farm celebrates the holidays with goats, trees, and a roaring outdoor fire

Aldor Acres said this was their busiest year ever for tree sales

Langley’s Fort Langley explores the Fraser River in 2020 with a series of exhibitions

Gol Nu Get Mote by Vancouver-based photographer Jeff Downer is the first of four

Trinity Western doctor awarded for dedication to improve health care for aging adults

Langley’s Dr. Richard Sawatzky of TWU School of Nursing received Reach Award

Langley student fights to de-stigmatize homelessness

Lida Magnus holds a presentation on Jan. 7 at Langley Fundamental School to help people in need

VIDEO: Architects of Christmas

Gingerbread houses constructed – and devoured – at the Boys and Girls Club Langley Wednesday night

Clayton Heights boy, growing out hair for cancer fundraiser, plans to cut it early because of bullying

Nine-year-old Karsen Myers had aimed to raise $20,000 for Balding for Dollars foundation

VIDEO: First Capital gets loud in a Langley library

Holiday tunes belted out by barbershop chorus in library sing-a-long, Tuesday afternoon

Food-growing Langley ‘learning farm’ coming to the Township

Langley Sustainable Agriculture Foundation will launch project at Derek Doubleday Arboretum

Five Langley post-secondary students among recipients of provincial Indigenous scholarship

Winners are Stephanie Croteau, Anna-Marie Horn, William Robertson, Taylor Laboucan and Jakob Knudsen

Dinah Washington tribute closes out Jazz in the Fort – and the 2010s – with New Year’s Eve concert

Jayleen Stonehouse will perform at Fort Langley’s Mangia e’ Scappa restaurant on Dec. 31

musica intima, Vancouver’s a capella group, performs holiday concert Sing Lullaby

A 23-year-old singer from Brookswood resident, Stephen Duncan, will perform at Dec. 20 show

Readers respond to Rudy and step up to help Surrey-Langley Operation Red Nose

Ride service sees volunteer numbers increase but say they need more to decrease wait times