Ryan Uytdewilligen

COVID brings new ordering etiquette

Customer picks up A&W order in the drive-thru on a wheelchair

Cleaning, coping, and saving lives amid COVID-19

Justin Boucher, Langley Station 252 Unit Chief, talks about life as a paramedic during a pandemic

Sew Much Fun in need of mask makers

Langley business was asked to create 3000 masks and is reaching out for help to make it happen

VIDEO: Tiffany Desrosiers inspires with array of cover tunes via Facebook Live

Local performer latest artist to share songs through Friday Afternoon Tunes online concert series

Fifty flags fly in Fort Langley neighbourhood

Members of the Rotary Satellite Club of Langley Central Sunset honour health care workers

Langley School District Foundation tells families to ‘lean on us’

Non-profit asks for donations while it continues to help feed low income families amid COVID-19

Big Brothers Big Sisters Langley get moving to keep mentoring

Program launched online fundraiser that raises funds while keeping participants active

Rotarians honour Langley’s essential workers with Canadian flags

Rotary Satellite Club of Langley Central Sunset will fly up to 30 flags on Saturday, April 25

Gala brought straight to attendees’ doorsteps

Langley Hospice Society held mobile gala last Saturday to move past social distancing measures

Fort Langley resident discovers roadside photo album dating back to 1973

Lou Fasullo is hoping to find the owner and return their memories to them

Former Langley resident Aaron Pritchett hosts White Spot Presents: Wednesday Night Live

The show is streamed live on Variety’s Facebook page every Wednesday at 7 p.m. until the end of May

Ryan’s Regards: Cut yourself some slack

The pressure of using our free time to the fullest extent is adding to the stress of COVID-19

VIDEO: Langley Advance Times to feature local musician every Friday on Facebook Live

Kellen Saip kicked off the first Friday Afternoon Tune installment with original country music

VIDEO: Langley marijuana activist Randy Caine appears in new cannabis documentary

Demystifying Cannabis, produced by Red Letter Films, premiers on annual protest day – 420

New B.C. music festival collective collaborates for the future

Participating festivals include Harrison Festival of the Arts and Squamish Constellation

Power of the Purse postponed until fall

Soroptimist International of the Langleys fundraiser – initially set for May 7 – halted due to COVID

Langley welcome to take part in COVID-19 regional townhall

Questions can be submitted in advance for online session Monday, April 20 between 7:15 and 8:15 p.m.

Langley legacies live on through Arbour Day trees

Spring event cancelled due to COVID-19 precautions, but honourary trees will still be planted

VIDEO: ‘There’ll be peace in the Fraser Valley’

Steve “Elvis” Elliot performed as the King at a Langley senior care facility on Friday afternoon

Parks Canada to keep all sites closed until at least May 31

People are being asked to stay home and cancel any travel plans for the Victoria Day long weekend