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Theatre in the Country is off to Theatre BC competition for the first time ever.
Two Langley-based riders suited up for Canada at the Nations Cup show jumping competition Sunday.
There will be 2,400 athletes, 400 coaches, and countless supporters in Langley this weekend.
This year’s fundraiser about finding and converting a vehicle for charity ride namesake Doug Penner.
Volunteers did two weeks of repairs and retrofitting to make the Adam family house safe and livable.
Close to 3,000 expected to pay homage to craft beer, food, and music Saturday.
Langley’s Dallas Smith, and former Langleyite Chad Brownlee, are performing a benefit concert.
An opening ceremony is underway for a new feline intake facility at Aldergrove’s animal shelter.
Langley Animal Protection Society staff were overjoyed to reunite a cat and owner after 10 years.
The Langley-centred Small Animal Rescue Society needs foster families to take new bunnies.
Victories today against Russia and Germany secured the Canadian team chance to battle U.S. again.
A U.S. animal rescue brings 54 dogs – of varying sizes from San Francisco – to PetSmart in Langley.
A Langley-based feline rescue group wants to immerse Mason in kitten love during his last few weeks.
Someone in B.C. will loot and a rare chance to build a brand new business in Langley.
Business advocates describe cancelling bridge tolls and highway expansion as ‘disappointing.’
Pets are not products, and those adopting should expect a 10-year plus commitment
‘Furry tail ending’ made some odd twists and turns in the past six months, including a Langley stop.
On the eve of a three-day vote for the new BC Liberal boss, a candidate visited Langley Wednesday.
A new initiative allows parents to empty garages of unused equipment and get new kids in the sport.
Aldergrove’s Charlene Prime spent the past year lobbying government to pay for arthritis drug.