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Beautiful Baskets Make Aldergrove Blossom

Beautiful Baskets Make Aldergrove Blossom

Bob Long and Doug Hadley are among the volunteer crews who are regularly watering the downtown hanging baskets in Aldergrove, using a pumper and water tank loaded onto a pickup truck.

Langley motorcyclist killed on Sea to Sky

Man, 57, crashed into another bike being driven by his wife
Robin a longtime volunteer

Robin a longtime volunteer

“I’ve worn many hats and now it’s time for me to throw my hat into the political ring and be the voice of the community,” Carla Robin said.

Activist offers cash and cannabis

Vancouver marijuana dispensary manager offers to help revive Langley operation following police raid

Researcher has a BLAST

Enthusiastic audience hears tales of balloon-borne telescope in Antarctica
Fishery opens for Fraser River sockeye

Fishery opens for Fraser River sockeye

Run size estimated at around 3.2 million salmon
Reformed U-Pass system rolls out to students

Reformed U-Pass system rolls out to students

Monthly transit passes hoped to curb losses, fraud

Figueroa deportation unlikely to happen anytime soon, says MP

Decision about Langley father's return to El Salvador still several years away
Sex partners urged to disclose infections via e-cards

Sex partners urged to disclose infections via e-cards

B.C. joins online service to help battle spread of disease
B.C. quit-smoking plan attracts critics

B.C. quit-smoking plan attracts critics

B.C.'s plan to fund nicotine patches and gum for smokers has been lauded by the Canadian Cancer Society and other health organizations, but the program has its detractors.