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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.
One Langley Advance reader will get free tickets to a show at Cascades Casino this Thursday, April 20.
In a country where women were banned from running, a local woman took part in a new Tehran marathon.
Langley seniors left scrambling for a place to stay after their apartment caught fire early Wednesday morning.
A series of Langley and Langley East candidates already declared their intentions to run, and four all-candidate meetings are on the books.
Langley United Soccer players were given lessons in recent visit to Spain.
As the season wraps up, Team Tardi bids adieu to a teammate who’s aged out.
About two dozen – most legion members – attended a special service at the Douglas Park cenotaph Sunday to remember a battle 100 years ago.
Langley Rotary Clubs' second annual youth service awards are being handed out later this month, and Saturday judges had to pick the best.
Versa Platinum Construction is up for three Ovation Awards from the Greater Vancouver Home Builders Association.
The local mom never thought she'd be able to run in a race in her homeland.
The newest Junior B team is attempting to ‘trap’ a full roster of new players.
Liberal Member of Parliament John Aldag and Conservative Mark Warawa are polar opposites on the issue of legalizing marijuana.
In this weekly column, Roxanne looks at business happenings in Langley. She'd love to hear tips from you at firstname.lastname@example.org
Gemma Martini, who has acted on screen and stage, launches Martini Film Studios officially next Tuesday.
Langley Mounties join hunt for one man suspected in three heists earlier this month.
After falling to the Ontario-based Rock Saturday in Toronto, the Langley lacrosse players will play at Langley Events Centre next weekend.
Special Olympian Matthew Williams, 24, was in Austria this past week earning a series of medals for his athletic prowess on the ice.
Mydhili Furtado was selected by Mr. Mikes Langley as the winner of the annual Deeds Well Done program.