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Joseph Richard Group staff experience life on the streets by camping out at Oak & Thorne.
Fallen soldiers and a recently slain police officer were among those honoured on Remembrance Day.
Both business organizations are hosting a winter woolies drive to help people in need stay warm.
Back-to-back stars light up Cascades Casino stage next week.
A Langley Secondary student signs with a Phoenix-based university for a full-ride.
Police have the road closed at 54th Avenue and 203rd Street following a crash Friday evening.
Retrofitting of Fraser 206 strip mall, at Fraser Highway and 206th Street, garnered honours tonight.
The second edition of John Gordon's picture book caught fire en route to him.
Murrayville author Mike Mason is hosting a launch party this weekend for his latest book.
Nearby communities of White Rock and Pitt Meadows had some of the highest in 55 to 85 years.
G-Men secure a 6-5 victory over the Victoria Royals in a Vancouver Island shoot out.
Dana Matheson was given the George Preston Business Person of the Year award Thursday night.
Police confirm it was a 34-year-old Langley woman found dead last Friday near the Langley Bypass.
Jordan McIldoon's family attended BCCMA's awards ceremony Sunday, where the country fan was honoured.
Karen Lee Batten, co-host of the BCCMA awards Sunday, was presented with two accolades.
Mayor and councillors share successes and plans, while listening to public at three City meetings.
Police have 79A Avenue cordoned off after reports of shots just before 5 a.m.
Kaylie McCarthy and Ellaena O'Doherty are on their way to the world championships in Riesa.
A fun, harvest-themed race day on Saturday featured orange gourds and cranberry juice.
Numerous sports tickets are up for grabs for those who attend Cedarbrook's charity open house.