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Wednesday's trip down south to Portland proved a great evening for Vancouver hockey franchise.
Fine arts school grads Graham and Nelson Talbot partner with another set of twins on Crazy8s film.
The Historic Half Marathon in Fort Langley Sunday raises coin to ensure ongoing free grief services.
Business advocates describe cancelling bridge tolls and highway expansion as 'disappointing.'
Four Langley residents, including 29-year-old Stephanie Stewart, are joining other young professionals sleeping on the street tomorrow (Thursday, Feb. 15), to raise money for mental health and addictions programming at Covenant House.
A group of Langley grads work together to create a music video that augment their impending album.
Fort Gallery puts out a call for artists to participate in a spring show being held this spring.
'Furry tail ending' made some odd twists and turns in the past six months, including a Langley stop.
Langley photographer Rosemary Wallace has her work on display at the downtown Langley coffee shop.
Former Langley pianist returns with Abra Cadabra for a hometown show at Chief Sepass Theatre.
Costs to service the site are expected to push the project over budget.
From new eateries and a food festival, to the start of customized condos, village changes are afoot.
A local high school band is competing in Nimbus School of Recording's Battle of the Bands.
Fraser Valley Family Day at Langley Events Centre will be 'bigger and better.'
A bandit who hit a Walnut Grove home last week made off with a car, keys, and wallets.
Fans of oysters might want to try out this recipe offered by Langley Advance columnist Chef Dez.
The Vancouver NLL franchise has traded for high scoring Buffalo Bandit Pat Saunders.
Now late FAME Studio's Rick Hall watched Karen Lee Batten recorded Sweet Home Alabama in his studio.
There are 50 Langley athletes, plus dozens of coaches and officials, going to the Games in Kamloops.
Timms Community Centre came to live with basketball action - of the wheelchair variety.