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Gateway of Hope shelter opened additional beds for homeless during alert
Salvation Army ‘Gateway of Hope’ helps the hungry, homeless and hurting
Ebeneezer nuzzled kids and allowed himself to be petted during a school visit Friday.
A new memorial honours Canadian soldiers who fought in the Korean War.
Labs still top the list, French bulldogs move up
Students in Grades 10 to 12 can learn about business as part of JA.
First Nations painter Brandon Gabriel created a piece of art for Cranberries Naturally.
Gateway of Hope is once again offering Langley’s homeless shelter from ‘dropping temperatures.’
Sunshine and mild temperatures helped draw hundreds to the historic site’s French Canadian festival.
Volunteering is incredibly gratifying and fun, says Sylvia Anderson in her call for 2019 nominees.
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Langley Historical Society is hoping locals will share historically significant photos of this town.
Langley event has high number of senior dogs up for adoption
Dr. Keith Lamont’s funeral service is on Jan. 20 at the Langley Community Music School
Readers invited to submit photographs of this community
The Soroptimists of the Langleys are hosting a Robbie Burns Night as a fundraiser for local seniors.
Members decide which courses and activities are offered at the Brookswood Seniors Centre.
Willoughby Elementary students and their families could enjoy a free breakfast on Thursday morning.
Program is in its second year of recognizing locals who help others in extraordinary ways.
A young construction CEO, who took a wrong turn early in life, is using his skills to help others.