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Langley-based Able Auctions expands north of Fraser

Acquisition of Lougheed Auctions in Maple Ridge means Able has now has five locations

VIDEO: Great Danes wow at Langley Events Centre

Ollerup Elite Team athletes put their gymnastics and dance skills on display

VIDEO: Age just a number for D-Fyance gals

Fort Langley crew made up of paddlers in 70-plus age group bronzed at Steveston regatta

Thanksgiving Food Drive delivered to Langley doorsteps

Goal is to collect 600,000 pounds of non-perishable food for B.C. food banks

Langley clinic focuses on opioid addiction treatment

Clinic will open in October in yet-to-be-determined location

VIDEO: ‘Parkinson’s stole my father’

In memory of Jack London, his family is taking part in SuperWalk fundraiser Sept. 10

Bridge toll bills still have to be paid

Failing to pay after Sept. 1 could result in a hold on your vehicle registration or driver’s licence

Langley’s Toys’R’Us store hosting Star Wars collectibles party at 12:01 a.m. Friday

Late night opening at Willowbrook Shopping Centre celebrates newest Star Wars: The Last Jedi toys

Fraser Valley rainfall in 24 hours exceeds July, August totals combined

Summer officially ends on Friday, Sept. 22 with showers in forecast

Langley senior turns on afterburners to win world duathlon title in Penticton

‘I was overwhelmed,’ says Brian Parkinson after topping the 75 to 79 male category

Creators hope Quantum Leap will offer big step forward for Langley residents with disabilities

Program collaborative effort involving families, sponsors, Langley Association for Community Living, and CLBC

Animal activitists gather Friday morning to protest pigs’ treatment

Protesters ‘bear witness’ to transport trucks taking pigs to Britco plant

Willowbrook Lanes continues to roll along

New owner decides to keep facility as a bowling alley

Rivermen offer condolences after former owner passes; team blasts Express to open BCHL exhibition slate

Langley’s junior A hockey team went to the Twitterverse to pay tribute to Paul Flett

Canine blood drive in Langley designed to shed positive light on bully breeds

‘We have many pittie-type dogs already in our program, saving lives of people’s dogs every day’

Langley-based charity ‘unanimous’ about supplying farm equipment to Sierra Leone

Board agreed it was more advantageous for people to raise their own food

Despite surgery in Mexico, Langley woman still plagued by pain

‘You have no idea how much I want to get back to life’

World class show jumping back at Thunderbird

FEI World Cup Qualifier happening Sunday, Aug. 27

Sweet Max heads food bank fundraiser at Aldergrove Legion

Event taking place Saturday and Sunday supports hungry in community

Miss Universe Canada finalist driven to bring awareness about mental health

Langley resident Jessica Bailey has a vision of creating mentorship program to help struggling kids