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LCS students stage slapstick version of ‘Macbeth’

Farndale Avenue play runs April 25 to 28 at Langley Christian High School

VIDEO: Jewelry designer casts new soul in old gold

In response to industry changes, Karyn Chopik is recycling old jewelry into modern art

Fort Langley’s boarded up buildings ‘filthy, unsightly,’ says health inspector

Eric Woodward says buildings will remain boarded up, following letter from Fraser Health

Residents concerned about noise, traffic from ICBC truck test facility

First-of-its-kind centralized driver testing facility to focus on commercial trucks, motorcycles

Heritage grove to be planted near Bedford Landing

The Memory Grove continues a tree planting legacy started by Dr. Benjamin Marr in 1921

Local author Terresa Tetar releases two new children’s books

'Pillow Friends' and 'Jack's Zoo Safari' will be available to purchase at Chapters and Coles in Langley

Young musicians learn to Uke ‘n Strum

Peter Luongo teaches beginner ukulele lessons as part of City of Langley Library program

Willoughby’s last neighbourhood plan heads to public hearing

When completed, the Williams neighbourhood will be home to 4,600 people

Council unanimously rejects south Langley abattoir

'Even the chance of contamination of the aquifer is too much of a gamble for anyone to take' - Davis

Council defeats interim tree protection motion

Motion from Coun. Arnason called for 2014 interim tree cutting bylaw to be applied to entire TOL

New Community Input Group Task Force sparks heated debate from council

Fox says task force will help council engage with residents; Richter says it is 'disruptive'

UPDATED: RCMP vehicle involved in crash on 200 Street in Langley City

No serious injuries reported following Friday night crash

Langley author releases new faith-based self help book

Adriene Law presents her tool for self-reflection, personal growth and spiritual empowerment

Council rejects Leavitt Machinery expansion in 8-1 vote

Proposal for industrial office, training and maintenance facility failed third reading on March 19

Photographer captures climate change in new series

'Point De Fusion' makes Canadian premiere at Vancouver's Capture Photography Festival

Summer road closure could cost Driediger Farms $500K

Rail crossing upgrades require closure of 72 Avenue during the Langley farm's busiest season

Dead Frog Brewery plans to relocate and expand

Craft beer business hopes to move from Aldergrove to Willoughby, and create new brewery lounge

VIDEO: Fire shuts down 232 Street in Langley

Traffic being re-routed following Langley structure fire

VIDEO: Student puppeteers bring dark comedy to life

Theatre in the Grove presents 'Little Shop of Horrors' April 5-7, 12-14

Fraser Highway B-Line to start in 2019

New bus from Langley Centre to Surrey Central expected to be 20 per cent faster than current service