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Dispute between B&B owner, Tourism Langley could lead to lawsuit

Tourism Langley has threatened to sue Wally Martin for defamation over online comments

South Surrey galvanizing plant air-quality hearing to continue in January 2020

Metro Vancouver, Ebco to address Environmental Appeal Board

Neighbourhood planning continues in Brookswood

Three neighbourhoods in South Brookswood are having new plans drafted

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122-year-old Fort Langley church gets new steeple
TransLink Engages with Langley
Kitten round up in Langley
Cupcakes against cancer

PHOTOS: $72,200 awarded among 39 Aldergrove high school grads

This year’s luncheon offered role model students fiscal help for college

Trinity Western cancels appearance by anti-SOGI activist

It ‘was not an official TWU sponsored event’ university said

Jansen hosts religious freedom discussion in Langley

The Conservative candidate organized the recent event

  • Jun 8, 2019

Aldergrove family rallies for father’s recovery after being paralyzed by car crash

Bryan Bosch is ‘lucky to be alive,’ but still has long road of support needed ahead

Stolen Langley heritage marker returned by Good Samaritan

The Telegraph Trail maker was found in a Fruitvale second-hand shop

Aldergrove pocket park re-named after late volunteer

David Beggs was known as ‘the Mayor of Springfield’ for all he did for his neighbourhood

Proposal for new Langley Hyundai dealership to go before Surrey city council

Developers proposing a single-storey, 36,630 square foot facility

Seven arrested in Langley after shots fired in Abbotsford

Three vehicles flee scene of shooting at unoccupied vehicle on Thursday night

Weekend detour set for drivers heading to Surrey Bend Park, Barnston Island

Alternate route begins June 7 at 3 p.m., continues to June 10 at 5:30 a.m.

TransLink proposes better service for buses and cars in Langley

Information meeting at Langley City Hall invited both questions and expressions of concern

  • Jun 6, 2019

Remembering D-Day: Aldergrove veteran receives France’s highest honour

Veteran fought alongside allies on June 6, 1944 in Normandy, France to free Europe from fascism.

Vertical farming for cannabis gets trial run in Langley

Grower Zenabis will start with industrial hemp and may move to commercial marijuana

Langley’s Abreast with FORTitude paddling team celebrates survival at Relay

The team will show its colours at the annual Canadian Cancer Society event on Saturday

Fort Langley walk to residential school commemorates Truth and Reconciliation report

Reconciliation walk from Fort Langley a ‘little action’ in hope of making a difference

  • Jun 6, 2019

Libraries see growing demand, cost squeezes in Fraser Valley

The number of people with a library card has jumped

Hundreds snag deals at Aldergrove community-wide garage sale

Two women partner to promote local commodity exchange