Roxanne Hooper

Spontaneous pencil shopping at WalMart leads Langley woman to art career

For the first time ever, Brooke deBruin will be displaying her art publicly at Arts Alive.

Beer garden incorporated into Langley’s 25th annual Arts Alive

More entertainment, more vendors, more food, and a new beverage station added to Saturday's festival.

Langley musician blends folk and pop in new songs for Arts Alive anniversary

After travelling Europe and Scotland for a bit, a local artist is back home singing and songwriting.

VIDEO: Alley art aimed at Langley beautification ahead of impending road work

When the one-way on Fraser Highway gets torn up next year, Forever Yours Lingerie will be ready.

Rescued puppies reunite on beach in Langley

For a third time, a group of seized dogs - dubbed Langley 66 - came together to celebrate life.

James seeks return to Langley City council

After one term away to focus on her family, a former councillor wants back at the table.

Langley athletes come home with medals and memories

A number of local Special Olympians represented Team BC 2018 at the Canada Games in the Maritimes.

Redwoods in Langley ranked one of the best for golfers

Langley course has been selected among top 10 in the Lower Mainland.

WHAT’S IN STORE: Food helps make miracles happen in Langley

In this week's business column, editor Roxanne Hooper focuses on eateries and one local operator.

Langley hosts dog racing for all types of canine

Mixed-breed dogs of all ages and abilities will run against a clock at H.D. Stafford Middle School.

Langley volleyball player comfortably stationed on her backside

Overcoming her sore back end, Danielle Ellis quickly fell in love with sitting volleyball at age 16.

Langley sound: It’s all about the music

There are a number of music events on tap in Langley in the coming days - this is just a sampling.

VIDEO: Langley paddles into history on BC Day

Hundreds gathered on the shores of the Bedford Channel in Fort Langley to witness Brigade Days.

VIDEO: Langley City lowers new steel walking bridge into place

The second of three spans over the Nicomekl River was replaced, the builders' family there to watch.

Langley basketball players shoot for national win and trip to Abu Dhabi

Special Olympians with the Langley-based B.C. Warriors compete in this week's Canada Summer Games.

Langley business woman seeking Conservative nod

Tamara Jansen wanting to be MP for Cloverdale-Langley City following next year's federal election.

Langley swimmer off to Fiji

Langley Olympians Swim Club members are travelling to competitions around the globe.

Gold medalists Langley bantam lacrosse team lauded by mayor

With a season record of 33 wins and three losses, coach gush with pride over young players' efforts.

In ‘unforgiving’ world, new book offers hope for bullied youth

First book for Langley author shares experiences of high school bullying.

What does one wolf, two knights, and three servers have in common? Langley Players…

A local thespian introduces Langley's first theatre festival starting next Monday.