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Three Langley Olympians, in particular, demonstrated supremacy in the pool.
IT expert Darren Coleman has been invited to address the university's Business Expert Forum.
Langley residents crossing the Fraser River into Maple Ridge will pay more starting Saturday.
How do people not understand the dangers they pose to themselves and others?
Advance editor Roxanne Hooper was living in the Interior in 2003, when wildfires ravaged Barriere.
A national competition drew 3,000 people to Langley last weekend.
Canada's football team pulled out a victory against Australia Saturday.
Community event aimed to show appreciation for help celebrating and growing B.C.'s 'creative economy.'
A series of markers, first erected in the 1930s, told motorists the miles to Vancouver.
Composer Daniel Ross is honoured and grateful for winning a recent Leo Award.
Plant business operator Pam Dangelmaier releases a novel inspired by garden clubs she has visited.
A few art showings and musical events Langleyites might want to datebook.
TransLink unveils plans for a new bus route along 72nd Avenue from Clayton Heights to 202 B Street.
Brookswood's Katie Bois shares some of the backstage fun.
A Langley musician musters the talents of close to 100 on Saturday in Vancouver.
A small Langley veterinary hospital has been given a national award.
Registration is now underway for the 2017 charity car show, happening in Aldergrove this September.
Brooke Mussche is a 15-year-old who competes in track and field and soccer, and is being recognized.
Sara Lohnes is happiest working behind the scenes for community theatre, like her current role as stage manager for Surrey Little Theatre.
A made-for-TV movie is in the works this week in downtown Langley, focusing on Forever Yours Lingerie and Everything But the Groom.