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VIDEO: Mark Warawa shows off Aldergrove’s Telephone Museum

The Langley–Aldergrove MP visited the 100-year-old museum and talked phones with AGHS president.

QUIZ: How Irish are you?

Take our St. Patrick’s Day quiz and put your knowledge to the test.

How Nikki the dog found a home at last

Langley adoption event connects people with potential pets

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Langley City Save-On-Foods managers pied for charity
Woman of distinction
Australian teachers learn Langley history
Seed Celebration

Video: Meet Pacu, the Shuswap’s largest and oldest pet fish

Relative of the piranha draws new visitors every year

Out and about in Langley

Monday, March 18: your daily guide to community happenings.

Astronaut’s visit uplifts B.C. community still reeling from wildfires

Chris Hadfield joins field-research team in Telegraph Creek

Out and about in Langley

Saturday, March 16: your daily guide to community happenings

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Sunday, March 17; your daily guide to community happenings.

PHOTOS: Langley Arts Council opens its doors in Aldergrove

Councillor Richter was ecstatic to purchase a vibrant work by Aldergrove artist, Gwen Murphy, during the event.

Students ‘dig deep’ for fundraiser

Credo Christian High School students raised $18,000 for water wells in Africa.

In y’er face: Langley grocery staff fundraise for BC Children’s Hospital (video)

Pies in the face helped raise more than $1,200 in a staff-led campaign at a Save-On-Foods.

Langley volunteer recognized for her service with a 2017 Nissan Sentra

Karen Moraes found out she was the recipient of Basant Motors’ Cars for Compassion car on March 8.

‘Fairy Godmother’ pampers Langley students in need for prom

Foundation provided 17 students who have faced adversity a day of free shopping and glamour.

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Friday, March 15; your daily guide to community happenings.

Langley Rotary Clubs accept nominations for SASSY youth

Nominations for the 2019 SASSY Awards are due on Friday, March 15.

PHOTOS: Aldergrove pig sanctuary offers haven from the slaughterhouse

With 32 pigs and counting, Little Oink Bank Sanctuary has become a go-to spot for B.C. rescue pigs.

WATCH: Out and about in Langley

Thursday, March 14; your daily guide to community happenings.

VIDEO: What counts? Making a difference: Langley mayor

Langley City council once again thanked hundreds of its volunteers for their service

Sticking it to cancer in memory of Langley athlete

Fraternity brothers remember Scott Trapp with ball hockey fundraiser at UBC