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The Langley grandmother's group are hosting the I Can't Believe She Wore That Dress fashion show Saturday night.
A charity car event that has been hosted in downtown Langley City for almost 20 years, will move to the Township or die.
A restaurant manager joins in warning of an imposter and suspected thief who stole from her staff.
Volleyball BC held its annual Super Series tournament for boys this weekend at Langley and Brookswood secondaries.
A win at the new provincial youth competition earned a pair of local players a spot at the Canadian championships.
Langley and Cloverdale Curling Club hosted the Pacific Coast and B.C. Interior Masters Associations provincial and regional championships.
Country music artist and Willoughby resident Dallas Smith is a contender for an upcoming Juno Award, and he will perform, as well.
Loblaw is the latest to add wine to its Langley store.
The free kids concert will be at LCMS next week.
More than $12,000 was raised for the Kidney Foundation of Canada following Tuesday’s home game.
Two of the four members of Langley's Team Tardi are participating in the new provincial U18 competition on Vancouver Island.
Three Langley building projects were given Georgie Awards this weekend from the Canadian Home Builders' Association of B.C.
It depends on public votes in the next four days, as well as the judges, as to whether The Kwerks will be heading to Toronto next month.
Richard Bourgeois and Michelle Wishard called the 6/49 win 'surreal,' Monday, when picking up their winnings.
A new alumni music night is an extension of the work Chad Brownlee already does for kids.
The number of felines given over to the Langley Animal Protection Society were down in the fourth annual Kitten Roundup.
The local lacrosse team is in Colorado this Sunday for a game against the Mammoths.
In this week's What's In Store column, find out about a new convenience store and gas bar, a new Kwantlen billboard company, and top scams.
The Langley organization charged with promoting the City and Township to the world has lost three of its board members.
With one sold-out show on the books already this month, tickets are going fast for next week's country music tribute.