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Langley musician moves in-school songwriting program online amid COVID-19 school closures

Laura Koch offers Snap-Tunes and Jennie Abbot children’s yoga – both through Facebook live

Langley City, Township, and school district close playgrounds to the public

Apparatuses are wrapped in yellow police tape to discourage use to help slow spread of COVID-19

Langley Hospice Society decides to give their gala to go

Amid COVID-19 concerns, the Plates and Glasses fundraiser will be delivered to guest’s doors

VIDEO: Avalon Gardens entertains residents with a courtyard serenade Sunday afternoon

Garth and the Guys spread out to perform rockabilly songs to seniors watching from their balconies

BREAKING: Township of Langley to close all park playground apparatuses to help stop spread of COVID-19

Langley City made a similar announcement on Friday, March 20

Langley French horn player earns fanfare at Chilliwack Lions Club Music Festival

Dominic Wong earned Vohradsky Family Award for Upper Brass as the Adjudicator’s Choice

Parliamentary Secretary for Gender Equity assures support for those suffering from domestic abuse

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Langley Memorial Hospital restricts visits to reduce COVID-19 spread

Essential visits for end of life and critical illness patients will still continue

Sunday Stories

Original works by Langley authors are published by Langley Advance Times every weekend

Recent crimes committed in Langley include stolen credit cards and steel-toed boots

Langley RCMP are looking for any information regarding several thefts that occurred this March

Langley band Me and Mae attempt to take people’s minds off COVID-19 with new podcast

The Psychology of Lickage explores everything from guitar psychology to life as a musician

Trinity Western University gets virtual as COVID-19 prevents campus tours

Langley post-secondary school will offer “Bringing Campus to You” tours online this Friday, March 20

VIDEO: Langley City and Township announce ‘Level 1’ Emergency Operations Centre response

Mayors Val van den Broek and Jack Froese held COVID-19 press conference Thursday afternoon

Fraser Valley Regional Library to stop book drop offs during temporary closure

Fraser Valley Regional Library closed all of its locations to the public as of Monday

Langley City restricts public access to Langley City Hall to stop spread of COVID-19

Langley City Hall will continue to operate, but the public can’t enter until further notice

Canada Post continues mail service with changes to special package deliveries

Signatures no longer requested for any at-door deliveries to eliminate need for scanners

Langley mother approaches school closures with distance learning and beach time

K-12 classes cancelled with post-secondary schools turning to online studies

Fort Langley National Historic Site to shut doors amid COVID-19 closures

Parks Canada ordered guest services to stop by 12:01 a.m. on Thursday, March 19

Both SOURCES and the Langley Food Bank to remain open amid COVID-19 closures

Jaye Murray, SOURCES program director, said food banks are deemed an essential human service

Stolen Sources Langley Food Bank van found

Vehicle was stolen late at night on March 5 but was recovered nearly one week later