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Langley girl had three-minutes to snap up any toy she dreamed of

A six-year-old with an inoperable brain tumour won a shopping spree at Langley’s flagship Toys ‘R’ Us.

Langley choirs raise their voices for wildfire fundraiser

Choirs in five communities not hit by wildfires are hosting concerts in support of the Red Cross.

Langley university offers free help around the home and yard

Trinity Western University has about 700 students who will provide free labour on Workday.

National fitness campaign comes to Langley’s historic site

ParticiPACTION is still cajoling Canadians to be more physically active.

VIDEO: Vintage-style plane up-ended at Langley Regional Airport

A mid-afternoon mishap at the Langley’s municipally owned airport brought out emergency crews

VIDEO: Vintage-style plane up-ended at Langley Regional Airport

A mid-afternoon mishap at the Langley’s municipally owned airport brought out emergency crews

Langley CARES cat shelter needs homes for kittens

A local cat shelter has a special event to allow people to meet its adoptable pets.

Langley charity leads British Invasion to help burn survivors

Dust off the skinny ties, ankle boots and British slang for a Friday evening fundraiser.

Drivers have made the move to the free Golden Ears Bridge

TransLink has released initial usage figures since the tolls were removed Aug. 31.

VIDEO: Piglets take over Aldergrove animal sanctuary

Two pot-bellied pigs and five piglets are stretching the Happy Herd sanctuary to its limits.

Ride Into History rode into Fraser Valley communities Saturday

After a breakfast by the Fort Langley Lions Club, the Ride Into History participants hit the road.

Groovy, man, the Aldergrove Fair is this weekend

The Aldergrove Fair includes activities to interest all members of the family.

Langley City Fire Rescue crew do battle of a soggy sort

The Legendary Water Fight is an annual Langley City event, pitting firefighters against the kids.

VIDEO: Langley horse breeder takes in farm families and their animals

A northeast Clayton horse transport company has brought farm animals down from the fire zones.

Langley’s stretch of the freeway will become six lanes wide

The $235.5-million project covers a stretch of the Trans-Canada Highway from 216th to 264th Streets.