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For a donation, Canadian flags can be assembled on Langley front lawns

Rotary Satellite Club will place full-sized flags on Canada Day, BC Day, and Labour Day this summer

Langley business owner gathering donations to help storm-ravaged El Salvador

Tropical Storm Amanda has hurt the small Central American nation already struggling with COVID-19

LIVESTREAMING: Langley animal shelter goes virtual Friday night for gala reveal

Amid COVID, the animal protection society is announcing new plans for its big fall fundraiser

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Langley community congratulates 2020 graduates
Chase Claypool recalls on Father's Day when he surprised dad with a new truck
Free beer!
Cookie Monster Preschool holds drive-thru graduation ceremony

Rising demand for blood ushers in National Blood Donor Week, June 8 to 14

COVID inspired thousands of Canadians to donate, including many who contributed for the first time

Injured eagle found on the side of a B.C. road on the mend

It will be at least another few weeks before considering release, OWL says

Local pride fest to be celebrated with social media and at-home decorating

Langley’s first pride event was initially scheduled for Aug. 8 at McLeod Athletic Park

Golfers given green light to tee off for Langley Memorial Hospital Foundation

Provincial health officer grants the go-ahead for the Aug. 13 charity tourney at Redwoods

  • Jun 12, 2020

Look for the crow, and you’ve found the food bank donation site

Langley illustrator creates whimsical mascot for Sunday’s event in Murrayville

Langley City joins regional initiative to simultaneously re-open services

22 municipalities are coordinating re-opening dates in an attempt to simplify and lessen confusion

Week-long food bank fundraiser running at several Langley stores

Funds will go to local food banks throughout Western Canada

Able Angels debuts with Langley Memorial Hospital fundraiser this Sunday

New Fort Langley-based group aims to prevent personal protective equipment shortage

Bill Lee is remembered for his dry wit and salesmanship

Fort Langley man who died in COVID-19 outbreak could sell anything, daughter says

VIDEO: Aldergrove Rotarians surprise ailing friend with cheerful car convoy and driveway visits

Aldergrove club raises $300 for the food bank while safely visiting past president Brian Thomasson

Langley Grade 12 students can win a free 2002 Chevy Malibu

Grads have until Wednesday, June 17 to submit a 200 to 300 word essay about why they need a vehicle

Clayton Community Farmer’s Market to return June 14

Fifty vendors will be on hand for a social-distanced third season

VIDEO: Ride for Doug proceeds despite COVID-19

Riders kept their distance before the event got underway

QUIZ: A celebration of weddings

How much do you know about wedding traditions and famous marriages?