Sarah Grochowski

Langley Township businesses will ‘get hit hard’ by break-ins during COVID-19 closures

Store owners are being warned to leave their valuables out of sight from thieves

VIDEO: Virus Busters assemble to take on COVID-19 germs in Langley

A team of 20 business owners and employees are working to kill viral bacteria in public places

Juvenile hockey returns to Aldergrove after 15 years

AMHA Bears return home as champions after March playoff series

LAPS helps families stay together during outbreak with pet food bank

In an effort to decrease animal surrenders, Aldergrove animal shelter offers help

Price of gas near Aldergrove dips below 90 cents

Sinking prices due in part to lack of consumer demand as people quarantine to curb COVID-19 spread

Grocery giving in Aldergrove ramps up in uncertain times

$1,800 has been collected from the community to offer help to those negatively impacted by COVID-19

PHOTOS: Curating through crisis: Langley artists share galleries from home

Langley Arts Council inspires artists of all kinds to stay home, self-isolate, and create

Aldergrove grocers open early for seniors threatened by COVID-19 outbreak

Save-On-Foods has even held back grocery stock for seniors and the immunocompromised

Aldergrove zoo closes to public due to COVID-19, extends current memberships

The Greater Vancouver facility hopes to ‘reopen shortly,’ though no date has been set

Locally-owned restaurants in Aldergrove fighting to stay afloat in face of COVID-19

Pubs closed, eateries switch to take-out menus and curb-side pick up in hopes of ‘making it through’

Longtime Aldergrove volunteer surprised with red carpet award ceremony on ice

Chris Lakusta was awarded ‘Volunteer of the Decade’ this month after years of work behind the scenes

‘It’s never too late to get strong’: Aldergrove grandma deadlifts twice her weight for the gold

Sharlene Brunjes, 67, is encouraging others over 40 to do the same, for bone health

Aldergrove food bank still lending a helping hand during COVID-19 pandemic

The food bank’s donations rose by 75 per cent in the past week, says manager

VIDEO: Kilometre-long line at Aldergrove’s U.S. crossing after borders close to ‘non-essential’ travel

Vehicle traffic was sparse for those attempting to gain entry into Canada from Lynden, Wa.

Langley doctors now able to refer patients to COVID-19 testing clinics

With changes Monday, waiting rooms have disappeared as doctors try to keep patients a safe distance

Aldergrove donors worry about blood donation decline due to COVID-19

‘Patients depend on these lifesaving donations,’ says Canadian Blood Services VP Dr. Isra Levy

‘Business as usual’: Fraser Valley truckers crossing U.S. border despite COVID-19

B.C. Trucking Association is asking them to self-quarantine upon returning home, on days off

UPDATED: Aldergrove legion closes its doors due to COVID-19

The branch had hosted small-scale events up until March 16

Aldergrove’s drive-in theatre boasts films ‘from the privacy of your own vehicle’

The Twilight Drive-In theatre is encouraging social distancing during concession times

Aldergrove neighbours hope to breathe easy after Canopy Growth closes

Neighbours plagued by marijuana greenhouse’s noise, odour, and light worry about its future purpose