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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.
A Langley country musician holds a bash at Gabby’s Sunday with a fun and fundraising aspect.
WIN: People can still enter for two tickets to the upcoming premiere of the latest Star Wars movie.
More sound vehicles are needed for the Langley-based Cars for Moms program run by Church in the Valley.
Crowds of adults and children alike were impressed with the light displays and more offered at Glow.
Police have the road closed at 54th Avenue and 203rd Street following a crash Friday evening.
Police have 79A Avenue cordoned off after reports of shots just before 5 a.m.
A helium football balloon and hand-scribbled letter leave Langley man wondering of its origin.
The Tour de Valley team, including a Langley Mountie, visited nine schools in Chilliwack in one day.
Travelling between Hope and Boston Bar Sunday took its toll on Cops for Cancer riders.
Langley RCMP Const. Rochelle Carr is one of 23 officers participating in Cops for Cancer.
Kindergarten students in White Rock make personalized signs for each of the Cops for Cancer riders.
Const. Rochelle Carr and 22 other law enforcement personnel leave Thursday on the Tour de Valley.
The Bombshells, a dance team with the Vancouver Stealth, are holding auditions this month.
A new group supports initiatives aimed at fostering understanding and kindness in Langley schools.
Kaley Cuoco, who plays Penny, came to watch boyfriend Karl Cook compete in World Cup at tbird.
The country singer is feeling the love after breaking another record in the Canadian music industry.
It was a female found dead when firefighters attended a grass fire next to the university Saturday.
A plan is in the works for a new, much larger facility to accommodate old planes and paraphernalia.