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Cautious driving urged during South Langley toad migration

Thousands of toads are expected to hatch and head into the woods

19 times on 19th birthday: Aldergrove teen goes from crutches to conquering Abby Grind

Kaden Van Buren started at midnight on Saturday. By 3 p.m. he had completed the trek 19 times.

Lawnmower catches fire at Langley elementary school

Township firefighters responded, no injuries were reported

Early morning walks resume at Willowbrook shopping centre

Other Langley indoor walking facilities remain closed

Blueberries ripen as u-pick starts in Langley

The official Blueberry Day is to be held – online – on July 15

Tree roots cause sewage chaos for Langley family

The Murrayville homeowners asked for the removal of a willow tree on Township land

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VIDEO: Medea Ebrahimian mourned by friends and family
COVID-19 testing in Langley
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Langley man pops the question on the big screen with help of Aldergrove's Twilight Drive-In

Langley-based First Nation receives funds to help with flood planning and prevention

Kwantlen First Nation among those to receive emergency preparedness funding

24-year-old man charged with triple murder in Langley, including mother and sibling

Three people were killed in a house fire in June

216th interchange will open by end of summer

Walnut Grove residents opposed the project for years

VIDEO: Record turnout for third annual Langley car show against cancer

Brogan’s Diner Fight Against Cancer Car Show was turned into a road trip because of COVID-19

Fraser Valley loses the Keith Wilson Waver as Ron Hupper passes away

Hupper brought smiles to the faces of hundreds of people traveling Chilliwack’s Keith Wilson Road

Langley Rugby Club welcomes return-to-play plan

‘It might not be the sport as we know it’ club chair warns

Big January boosts construction activity in Langley Township

The year-to-date construction is almost double last year’s number

Langley Township lifts evacuation alert as flooding threat drops

People are still advised to avoid the Fraser River due to fast running water

Vandals deface Aldergrove elementary school with racist slur, male genitalia

Langley School District confirms it has filed a report with the Langley RCMP

‘Our hands are tied’: Langley Good Times Cruise-In announces cancellation due to COVID-19

People are encouraged to donate to the chosen Langley charities online, said Cruise-In director

Construction begins on new Langley school for 555 students

The school is in the fast-growing Willoughby neighbourhood

Pink flags on Langley church grounds raise awareness about sex-selective abortion

On Saturday, 1,000 pink flags will be placed on the lawn of Christ Covenant Church

  • Jul 10, 2020

Conservationists in race against time to rehabilitate grizzly cubs transferred to Aldergrove zoo

‘Let them be assessed now before their fate is sealed,’ urges B.C. conservationist Barb Murray

Jamie Bacon pleads guilty to charge in Surrey Six case

The plea brings an end to a complex legal case that has spanned more than a decade