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VIDEO: Fire closes 16th Avenue between 248th and 256th Streets in South Langley

VIDEO: Fire closes 16th Avenue between 248th and 256th Streets in South Langley

Commuters asked to use an alternate route

  • Jan 21, 2020
VIDEO: Fire closes 16th Avenue between 248th and 256th Streets in South Langley
UPDATE: Burned-out vehicle in Langley residential neighbourhood linked to Burnaby murder

UPDATE: Burned-out vehicle in Langley residential neighbourhood linked to Burnaby murder

Integrated Homicide Investigation Team (IHIT) issues appeal for witnesses

  • Jan 20, 2020
UPDATE: Burned-out vehicle in Langley residential neighbourhood linked to Burnaby murder
Twenty animals in ‘distress’ seized from private animal rescue in Langley

Twenty animals in ‘distress’ seized from private animal rescue in Langley

House in 5500 block of 216th Street has undergone multiple seizures over the past five years

Twenty animals in ‘distress’ seized from private animal rescue in Langley
One of the SPCA employees who removed several animals from a Langley house in the 5500 block of 216 Street on Sunday (Jan. 19) around 4 p.m. (Dan Ferguson/Langley Advance Times)

UPDATED: SPCA and RCMP remove 20 animals from private animal rescue in Langley

Dogs, birds, cats, rabbits and one pig in ‘distress’ according to agency

One of the SPCA employees who removed several animals from a Langley house in the 5500 block of 216 Street on Sunday (Jan. 19) around 4 p.m. (Dan Ferguson/Langley Advance Times)
Kendra Simonetto, principal at James Hill Elementary, sung a cover song from Moana to convey to her students that is was a snow day. (Langley School District/Special to the Langley Advance Times)

VIDEO: Lower Mainland principal makes ‘Moana’-themed snow day music video

Kendra Simonetto parodied “How Far I’ll Go” to share weather updates with her students

  • Jan 16, 2020
Kendra Simonetto, principal at James Hill Elementary, sung a cover song from Moana to convey to her students that is was a snow day. (Langley School District/Special to the Langley Advance Times)
Langley actor Jacob Tremblay and his sister Erica released rehabilitated seal pups on a B.C. beach earlier this month. (Sarah Ellam/Special to the Langley Advance Times)

B.C. child actor Jacob Tremblay helps release rehabilitated seal pups

One of the marine mammals was named Ja-cod in the young celebrity’s honour

Langley actor Jacob Tremblay and his sister Erica released rehabilitated seal pups on a B.C. beach earlier this month. (Sarah Ellam/Special to the Langley Advance Times)
Operation Red Nose Surrey-Langley gave rides for the past month, but does not have enough volunteers to facilitate New Years Eve. (Michelle Cowan/Special to the Langley Advance Times)

No Operation Red Nose rides in Surrey/Langley for New Year’s Eve

Due to lack of volunteers, Langley group suspends service for planned final night

Operation Red Nose Surrey-Langley gave rides for the past month, but does not have enough volunteers to facilitate New Years Eve. (Michelle Cowan/Special to the Langley Advance Times)
Star time for Surrey actor in ‘Snow White’ panto play

Star time for Surrey actor in ‘Snow White’ panto play

Royal Canadian Theatre Company presents a twist on Disney script at Surrey Arts Centre this month

Star time for Surrey actor in ‘Snow White’ panto play
Operation Red Nose Surrey-Langley could close for rest of season due to lack of volunteers

Operation Red Nose Surrey-Langley could close for rest of season due to lack of volunteers

Organizers say they are struggling to keep up with high call numbers and long wait times

Operation Red Nose Surrey-Langley could close for rest of season due to lack of volunteers
Brand-new European-style Christmas market comes to Fort Langley

Brand-new European-style Christmas market comes to Fort Langley

Miracle on Church Street runs weekends, Dec. 6 to 8, 13 to 15 with vendors, music, and mulled wine

Brand-new European-style Christmas market comes to Fort Langley
VIDEO: What does the SkyTrain mean for the Fraser Valley? Public consultations begin

VIDEO: What does the SkyTrain mean for the Fraser Valley? Public consultations begin

Residents voiced questions at TransLink’s open house at Langley City Hall, Thursday afternoon

  • Nov 7, 2019
VIDEO: What does the SkyTrain mean for the Fraser Valley? Public consultations begin
VIDEO: 36 memorial trees ‘hiding in plain sight’ around Langley

VIDEO: 36 memorial trees ‘hiding in plain sight’ around Langley

Brian Croft is searching for information to locate symbolic maples honouring fallen soldiers

VIDEO: 36 memorial trees ‘hiding in plain sight’ around Langley
Shirts, sheets, and shoes now accepted at Surrey, White Rock Return-It Depots

Shirts, sheets, and shoes now accepted at Surrey, White Rock Return-It Depots

‘Unloved’ textiles get a second life through recycling program at 10 locations in Surrey, White Rock

Shirts, sheets, and shoes now accepted at Surrey, White Rock Return-It Depots
‘Unloved’ textiles get a second life through recycling program

‘Unloved’ textiles get a second life through recycling program

Shirts, sheets, and even shoes now accepted at Lower Mainland Return-It Depots

‘Unloved’ textiles get a second life through recycling program
Danny Steele and Jackie Charrois star in the Royal Canadian Theatre Company’s production of “Agatha Christie’s Spider’s Web.” (submitted photo)

Ten actors spin ‘Spider’s Web’ for pre-Halloween play in Surrey

Royal Canadian Theatre Company brings Agatha Christie story to the stage

Danny Steele and Jackie Charrois star in the Royal Canadian Theatre Company’s production of “Agatha Christie’s Spider’s Web.” (submitted photo)
Cineplex Langley one of two B.C. theatres to screen Jordan Peterson documentary

Cineplex Langley one of two B.C. theatres to screen Jordan Peterson documentary

Film on controversial author and psychologist to play around country in limited release, Oct. 6

Cineplex Langley one of two B.C. theatres to screen Jordan Peterson documentary
Powder the muskets, zombies are coming!

Powder the muskets, zombies are coming!

Fort Langley National Historic Site offers up A Survivalist’s Guide to a Zombie Apocalypse, Sept. 28

Powder the muskets, zombies are coming!
Vancouver-based beach rocker Daniel Wesley releases album, Beach Music, and stops by Chief Sepass Theatre on Friday, Sept. 27. (Rock.It.Boy Entertainment/Special to the Langley Advance Times)

A beach night in Fort Langley

Brookswood ‘beach rocker’ Daniel Wesley plays the Chief Sepass Theatre, Friday, Sept. 27

Vancouver-based beach rocker Daniel Wesley releases album, Beach Music, and stops by Chief Sepass Theatre on Friday, Sept. 27. (Rock.It.Boy Entertainment/Special to the Langley Advance Times)
Fork and Finger returns to promote Downtown Langley City food with more participating restaurants than ever before. (Langley Advance Times Files)

Downtown Langley becomes a Saturday smorgasbord

Nineteen local restaurants participate in annual Fork and Finger sampling event

Fork and Finger returns to promote Downtown Langley City food with more participating restaurants than ever before. (Langley Advance Times Files)
VIDEO: Daughter of slain Abbotsford police officer speaks at charity dinner

VIDEO: Daughter of slain Abbotsford police officer speaks at charity dinner

Fay Davidson, daughter of John Davidson, received a scholarship from Memorial Ribbon Society

VIDEO: Daughter of slain Abbotsford police officer speaks at charity dinner