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Best blades go to games

Langley speed skaters to compete in Fort St. John

VIDEO: 36 memorial trees ‘hiding in plain sight’ around Langley

Brian Croft is searching for information to locate symbolic maples honouring fallen soldiers

Fraser Valley gets a jump on the holiday season

Langley businesses will make up many of the artisans and vendors at West Coast Christmas Show

‘Unloved’ textiles get a second life through recycling program

Shirts, sheets, and even shoes now accepted at Langley Return-It Depots

VIDEO: “Find Your Loud”

Langley musicians Ryan and Laura Koch, known as The Kwerks, release song exploring human connection

Murrayville Remembrance Day ceremony goes ahead for third year

More than 700 people attended at the ceremony at the Murrayville cenotaph last year

Second consecutive Cullen Cup for Langley Rams

Rams earned a 35-12 home victory over Langford’s Westshore Rebels at Saturday final

Highway 1 a slow communte Monday morning

Accidents both eastbound at 208 Street and westbound at 264 Street are causing delays

VIDEO: A different type of spin class

Langley Weavers and Spinners Guild offered yarns and threads at its annual artisan sale, Nov 1 and 2

UPDATED: One arrested after crash knocks out power in Langley Saturday

Police are still looking for two more men

11-year-old boy hit by pick-up truck, Friday, while crossing Brookswood street

Pedestrian was taken to hospital and suffered minor injuries

‘These kids are jumping at the opportunity to help out in their community’

Scout troops cleaned graves of World War soldiers at Fort Langley cemetery ahead of Remembrance Day

UPDATE: Langley man, 80, with dementia still missing

Search and rescue crews were deployed to the Fort Langley area and found no leads

Head, heart, health, and giving themselves a hand

Langley 4-H members celebrate year of achievements at district banquet Friday night

Eagles swoop in to bring back Operation Red Nose

Surrey, Langley have been without the holiday volunteer ride service for two years

VIDEO: Costumed kids hit the streets in search of treats

Halloween in Langley included busy sidewalks, indoor treats, and candy from car trunks

Booms, bangs, and pops increase as Halloween approaches

Though fireworks are not outright banned in the Langleys, sales are prohibited

Langley art lovers invited to come paint the town red

Fort Gallery holds annual gala fundraiser on Saturday, Nov. 2 at Fort Langley Community Hall.

Langley gets a double dose of Canuck singer-songwriters

Christina Martin and Danny Michel play Bez Arts Hub, Friday and Saturday, Nov 8 and 9

Fort Langley author revisits fictional island community

Don Hunter releases Return to Spinner’s Island, 30 years after first novel