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Police were on hand but did not intervene except to ask both sides to keep the sidewalks clear.
A rare disease damaged and scarred Paul’s kidneys.
The Fraser Valley Fusion 2006 rep A team took top honours in the Pride and Power Tournament.
The walk is divided up over three days and centres on people making personal connections.
A special citizenship ceremony was held to give high school students a civics lesson.
Soon after a shooting, fire crews put out a truck fire on the Surrey/Langley border
The Achieve Anything Foundation offers programs to spotlight careers in science and tech fields.
People from around the world have seen the image of Sadie saying goodbye to her best friend, Andy.
Some Aldergrove high school grads are back teaching at ACSS which celebrates its 60th anniversary.
Organizers are asking people to wear any sports jersey on Thursday, April 12.
Police were not able to identify the scammers but prevented the women from losing any money.
The goat now lives on a Langley farm with cows, chickens, pigs, dogs, and other goats.
The province says it understands municipalities will face extra costs when marijuana is legalized.
Any group interesting in hosting Try On A Disability can contact the Langley Pos-Abilities Society.
Feb. 28 is Paul Chung’s last treatment of a life-saving drug and he’s terrified what the future holds.
Walnut Grove Secondary student Kevin Kim is at the Winter Games to create a multimedia project.
The Association for Reformed Political Action meeting was about medical assistance in dying (MAiD).
A Saturday qualifier in Langley let Lower Mainland athletes be assessed for Olympic potential.
The management teams in place will continue to oversee day-to-day operations.
In our never-ending search for truth, we went to the Christmas experts. Here’s what they had to say.