One of Langley's newest parks is to bear the name of one of its oldest roads.
Recently, a rather large truck knocked over a street light before plowing through a retaining wall on my property on 88th Avenue. Thank God no one was hurt.
The Centennial Centaurs have earned a shot at a Fraser Valley title.
Langley City approved rezoning an island of land in the area of 201st Street and 53rd Avenue to allow for a five-storey 90-unit condo development.
Amateur boxers will be going toe-to-toe for a trio of WBC Western titles Friday in Langley City.
Walnut Grove's Shawn Meehan has been chasing the music "high" since his teens.
Younger customers loved the paper penguins (sold by donation), while adults seemed more content to devour the food at last Saturday's fundraising barbecue held at both M&M Meat Shops in Langley.
Todd Hauptman [Polak's campaign manager quits, May 9, Langley Advance] was a teen and possibly politically out of touch when Mary Polak chaired Surrey School Board. An issue arose in 1997 that ran to at least 2002. She was chair when the board voted 4-2 to censor its teachers.
A few days ago, I heard on the TV weather cast that Manitoba had just experienced its coldest winter in more than 100 years. Also, the meteorologists tell us that we had a record heat/or cold 40 or 50 years back, etc.
An artistic effort is afoot by a proud group of poetic tree huggers and one South Langley painter.
If Ms. Polak is going to use the umbrella of religious freedom to excuse her attitude towards gay people in general, she should get the facts of her own faith straight. It isn't "homosexuality" that's a sin, and you can't compare it to "eating meat," which is an act.
What started out as his best event, the 110 metre hurdles, turned into somewhat of a disaster as Mission Secondary's Jesse Walker clipped the second to last hurdle and crashed just metres from the finish line at the Upper Fraser Valley Championships on Wednesday.
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The fifth Annual Langley Art Studio Tour is Sept. 21, 22, 28 and 29, and organizers are looking for artists okay with having members of the public look over their shoulders while they work.
Just because it's a load of manure doesn't mean someone doesn't want it.
There are a few corporate happenings with charity ties coming up in this next week, of which readers should aware.
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Walnut Grove Secondary's track and field team was the lone Canadian representative at the Bellevue International meet on Saturday.
The memory of longtime baseball coach Will Smith shone brightly over the weekend.