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Editor Roxanne Hooper looks at efforts to promote Christmas and giving in downtown Langley.
Two fundraising shows happening on Saturday, Dec. 8 in Langley.
Music is on the agenda in Langley this weekend, with multiple concerts set for Sunday.
Langley shops suggest decorations for Christmas lean towards natural.
Auditions happen Nov. 27 and Dec. 1 for Joseph and the Amazing Techicolor Dreamcoat.
Sick and struggling kids will celebrate the season with a teddy bear
A few local companies are marking Movember and helping raise awareness and money for men's health.
In this week's business column, editor Roxanne Hooper spotlights a few businesses showing they care.
A number of happenings coming up around town in Langley.
Passionate about dragon boating, Ruth Bedell manages to carve out some time for the theatre, too.
Pieces by anonymous local painters are being sold off at a fundraiser Friday for $100 each.
A current exhibit, Outlooks: No Kittens, No Kardashians, will include an opening reception Nov. 1.
A&W's Nick Nuraney was recipient of the chamber's George Preston Business Person of the Year award.
A local actor steps back on stage in Royal Canadian Theatre Company's showing of Arsenic and Old Lace.
BC Country Music Association held its 42nd awards Sunday, co-hosted by Langley's Karen Lee Batten.
Once the standard race day was over, riders let a series of gourds roll down their Brookswood track.
Two TWU students learn how much they have in common with each other and their characters.
Finishing second in the regular season, Langley hosts its first playoff game in four years.
Warning, some of the language used by Kevin Smith on the video is not appropriate for all ages.
In a race to defeat breast cancer, Abreast in A Boat's local FORT-itude team looks for members.