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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.
For the third year running, Bard in the Valley presents a unique dinner theatre experience.
Triumphs on the track leave a Langley rider in eighth place overall at the end of the season.
Also on tap later this month is the chamber of commerce business excellence awards.
Various downtown businesses host two days of art displays and demonstrations by two dozen artists.
Report was unsubstantiated that a resident in the downtown core had a firearm in his waistband.
Drew Mechielsen encourages other girls to get involved in riding, whether competitive or not.
Langley nursery transforms greenhouses for a new fall festival of lights, pumpkins, and family fun.
Art's Nursery prepares for its fourth annual charity Scarecrow Festival.
B.C. Porsche owners get together for the second annual Porsche rally to Whistler happening Saturday.
Winners will be announced Oct. 21 at the Hard Rock Casino, and several Langley artists are hopefuls.
Daniel Jansen VanDoorn is playing with the Canada Team in men's volleyball world championships.
Recently back from Germany and the Netherlands, the Bergmann Piano Duo perform locally on Sept. 29.
Lack of sleep didn't detour some Township fire crews from taking part in an annual fall fundraiser.
Don't miss an opportunity to get hired with Black Press Extreme Career Fair
Being in Peru this past week was goal one for Connar Tomalty. Next up is a stunt career for film.
Sixteen-year-old shooter Brian Ng will compete in the Youth Olympic Games next month.