Community

UPDATE: Wine Ninjas host drive-by donation day at Cloverdale Community Kitchen

Lower Mainland group creates “Kindness Ninjas” in an effort to do more good in the community

VIDEO: Langley groups not willing to give up ALS fundraising walks

Local schools and organizations plan virtual walks to support those with the disease

Fair season kicks off with shred-a-thon fundraiser for Aldergrove Food Bank

100$ raised for Aldergrove Food Bank, bags full of perishables, from four hours of shredding June 6

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Warm weather draws many to the water
Car show at Langley Mall
Langley community congratulates 2020 graduates
Chase Claypool recalls on Father's Day when he surprised dad with a new truck

‘I’m still your neighbour’: Cpl. Kurt Neuman leaves prominent role as Aldergrove’s community cop

Aldergrove resident Kurt Neuman moves up RCMP ranks to B.C. sergeant of crime prevention services

Langley residential builder earns national recognition for kitchen renovation

Larry Clay received Canadian Home Builder Association award for “Best Kitchen, $70,000 – $100,000”

Physical distancing for vehicles, horses, hikers urged in B.C.

Horse Council B.C. has signs available for rural roads

Clayton Community Centre won’t open on schedule

City of Surrey says projected budget shortfall of between $37 to $42 million will prevent it from opening a number of facilities

QUIZ: Are you ready for some summer reading?

Put your knowledge to the test with this quiz about books, publications and reading

Langley’s new community network aims to help prevent adult abuse

Seniors are more vulnerable to abuse and local groups are working to prevent it

Donors needed for Langley harvest to benefit food banks

Volunteers are ready to pick back yard fruit, but need more trees

Langley man combats superstitions about albinism in Africa

People with pigment condition being blamed for COVID-19, he says

Aldergrove legion re-opens with temperature gauge and other COVID safety measures in action

The local legion reopened partially this June after three months of a pandemic-enforced shutdown

Langley City looking for input on indoor COVID reopening plan

Residents asked to voice opinions through new recreation amenities and programs survey

Aldergrove’s Save-On-Foods steps in to help Shortreed Elementary feed the community

Store managers presented school staff with an $1,000 cheque on Friday

Langley teenagers hand out roses and carnations at Walnut Grove skate park

Gathering on Friday June 5 was inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement

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

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