Alyssa O'Dell

Paper Angels actors Rustin Gresiuk, Josie Bissett and Anja Savcic (back to camera) on set in Langley. The UPtv film marks Gresiuk’s first lead role.

Langley’s leading man

At 19, Rustin Gresiuk has landed his first lead role in a feature film for UPtv

Paper Angels actors Rustin Gresiuk, Josie Bissett and Anja Savcic (back to camera) on set in Langley. The UPtv film marks Gresiuk’s first lead role.

Compromise reached on Langley City townhouse project

A compromise has been reached between residents of Huntsfield Green and developers of a new townhouse complex.

One of Andrew Leduc's sisters, Michelle Leduc-Sahay, embraces one of the attendees at the Saturday, Aug. 9, memorial for her brother. Andrew was struck and killed by a semi on August 7, 2013, near the 19500 block of the Langley Bypass, where the event was held.

Family, friends meet to remember Andrew Leduc

One year later, no closure for family of 37 year-old father of three

One of Andrew Leduc's sisters, Michelle Leduc-Sahay, embraces one of the attendees at the Saturday, Aug. 9, memorial for her brother. Andrew was struck and killed by a semi on August 7, 2013, near the 19500 block of the Langley Bypass, where the event was held.

A compromise reached

Residents of a proposed townhouse complex in Langley City are worried about traffic and sight lines.

Jaguar/Land Rover is moving to Collection Street, adding its supply of luxury vehicles.

Jaguar/Land Rover join Langley’s Collection

Collection Drive gets new signage and Jaguar brings another luxury vehicle to the auto mall.

Jaguar/Land Rover is moving to Collection Street, adding its supply of luxury vehicles.
Twenty-year-old Michael Savage from Langley proudly shows off his five gold medals from the July 17 to 20 B.C. Summer Games in Nanaimo. Savage won gold in the 100m, 200m, 400m, 800m and 4x100m relay events in the Special Olympics division of the games. He also placed fourth in long jump.

Five gold at Summer Games for Langley runner with autism

Langley athlete collects medals and memories from the BC Summer Games.

Twenty-year-old Michael Savage from Langley proudly shows off his five gold medals from the July 17 to 20 B.C. Summer Games in Nanaimo. Savage won gold in the 100m, 200m, 400m, 800m and 4x100m relay events in the Special Olympics division of the games. He also placed fourth in long jump.
Cascades Casino, above, and the new Cactus Club restaurant have both received council approval to expand the scope of their liquor licences.

Liquor licence applications approved for Cascades, Cactus Club

Restaurant and casino may serve alcohol later and in more spaces than previously permitted

Cascades Casino, above, and the new Cactus Club restaurant have both received council approval to expand the scope of their liquor licences.

$111,000 already spent on Timms Centre project

Acting Langley City Mayor Ted Schaffer said specific plans to replace the community centre "are just around the corner."

Joan Knox – known to years of Brookswood students “Mrs. Knox” – enjoys catching up with Brookswood Secondary alumni at the school’s 40th anniversary celebration and open house, which was held Saturday (April 26). Knox has been teaching at the school since shortly after it officially opened its doors in 1974.

40 years of Brookswood Secondary marked with open house and celebration

School which started as a junior secondary has shown spirit from its beginning

Joan Knox – known to years of Brookswood students “Mrs. Knox” – enjoys catching up with Brookswood Secondary alumni at the school’s 40th anniversary celebration and open house, which was held Saturday (April 26). Knox has been teaching at the school since shortly after it officially opened its doors in 1974.
James von Broembsen takes part in a community work party that he organized to start preparing for his latest project, Ladybug Community Farms. Von Broembsen is inviting the Langley community to the site on Saturday for the grand opening.

‘It’s for the community, by the community’

James von Broembsen has a plan t bring sustainable and co-operative farming to Langley

James von Broembsen takes part in a community work party that he organized to start preparing for his latest project, Ladybug Community Farms. Von Broembsen is inviting the Langley community to the site on Saturday for the grand opening.
Aine Sunderland and Lily Aylen, both eight, carry a sign during Sunday's (March 30) march from Noel Booth Park to Brookswood Park in opposition of the new Brookswood/Fernridge Official Plan. More than 250 concerned residents turned out to speak out against the densification of Brookswood, on the eve of the Township vote to approve the controversial new plan.

Updated: Hundreds rally to protest densification in Brookswood

Township vote on controversial new Brookswood/Fernridge Official Plan is planned for Monday, March 31.

Aine Sunderland and Lily Aylen, both eight, carry a sign during Sunday's (March 30) march from Noel Booth Park to Brookswood Park in opposition of the new Brookswood/Fernridge Official Plan. More than 250 concerned residents turned out to speak out against the densification of Brookswood, on the eve of the Township vote to approve the controversial new plan.
Corrina Keeling works on a graphic recording during the Saturday, March 8 Pipe-Up anti-pipeline community forum in Walnut Grove. The visuals try to capture the key points and ideas from the events speakers and participants, who voiced concern over the upcoming National Energy Board hearings on the proposed Kinder Morgan pipeline project.

Pipeline opponents create unlikely partnership, forum hears

The fight against oil and gas infrastructure development continues on many fronts, forum is told.

Corrina Keeling works on a graphic recording during the Saturday, March 8 Pipe-Up anti-pipeline community forum in Walnut Grove. The visuals try to capture the key points and ideas from the events speakers and participants, who voiced concern over the upcoming National Energy Board hearings on the proposed Kinder Morgan pipeline project.
Millie Dillmount (played by Emma Garland) escapes to the Big Apple from small-town Salina, Kansas in LSS’s production of Thoroughly Modern Millie. Revelling in 1920s flapper style, Dillmount embarks on what was a thoroughly modern quest for a woman in New York in 1922 — to marry for money instead of for love; below: Millie demonstrates her singing chops for Dorothy Carnegie Mellon Vanderbilt Van Hossmere (LSS classmate Alanna Moore) during the first act of Thoroughly Modern Millie, which runs Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from Feb. 27 to March 8 at the school.

Thoroughly Modern comedy hits the stage at LSS

Broadway hit, Thoroughly Modern Millie is a ‘comedic tour-de-force’ that features plenty of catchy show tunes

Millie Dillmount (played by Emma Garland) escapes to the Big Apple from small-town Salina, Kansas in LSS’s production of Thoroughly Modern Millie. Revelling in 1920s flapper style, Dillmount embarks on what was a thoroughly modern quest for a woman in New York in 1922 — to marry for money instead of for love; below: Millie demonstrates her singing chops for Dorothy Carnegie Mellon Vanderbilt Van Hossmere (LSS classmate Alanna Moore) during the first act of Thoroughly Modern Millie, which runs Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from Feb. 27 to March 8 at the school.
Back in the Saddle Again’s owner and operator Darcy Campbell grooms one of the business’ more than 30 horses. Back in the Saddle offers guided horse rides through Campbell Valley Park.

Business urges riders to get Back in the Saddle

Horse enthusiasts can take guided tours of Campbell Valley Regional Park

Back in the Saddle Again’s owner and operator Darcy Campbell grooms one of the business’ more than 30 horses. Back in the Saddle offers guided horse rides through Campbell Valley Park.
Aydin Charania uses his imagination during playtime at an open house for the Smilestones Junior Kindergarten in Langley.

A place to expand imagination

Smilestones Junior Kindergarten opens its doors in Langley

Aydin Charania uses his imagination during playtime at an open house for the Smilestones Junior Kindergarten in Langley.
Lillian Pellegrini, from the Langley Community Services Society (LCSS), presents a faux Academy Award to Ba La in recognition of his participation in The Karen Culture film after its world premiere Jan. 18 at the Chief Sepass Theatre. The LCSS-led production featured interviews from several members of Langley’s Karen community describing what it was like for them to start a new chapter of life Canada after arriving from refugee camps along the Thai-Burmese border.

Film tells story of Karen people in Canada

Many refugees from Burma have made their home in Langley. Their story is told in a new film.

Lillian Pellegrini, from the Langley Community Services Society (LCSS), presents a faux Academy Award to Ba La in recognition of his participation in The Karen Culture film after its world premiere Jan. 18 at the Chief Sepass Theatre. The LCSS-led production featured interviews from several members of Langley’s Karen community describing what it was like for them to start a new chapter of life Canada after arriving from refugee camps along the Thai-Burmese border.
Elise Bruce, five, enjoys some air time at the Extreme Air indoor trampoline park in Langley. The new facility boasts 33,000 sq. feet of interlocking trampolines offered up on a drop-in basis.

Extreme Air lifts off in Langley

Indoor trampoline park perfect for all ages

Elise Bruce, five, enjoys some air time at the Extreme Air indoor trampoline park in Langley. The new facility boasts 33,000 sq. feet of interlocking trampolines offered up on a drop-in basis.

Langley City pays off seniors’ centre mortgage

Langley City council decides to pay $74,000 from its enterprise fund for 2013, and will pay another $40,000 soon.

Crime concerns up in Langley City, survey shows

Almost half of 600 people surveyed say they feel less safe in Langley City than they did five years ago.

The annual Langley International Festival will not be held this year and will instead see popular elements of the festival blended into a new three-to-four-day Canada Day celebration. The decision comes after Langley’s International Festival Society assumed control of the Langley Canada Day Society.

International Festival, Canada Day merge

Canada Day event will expand to three or four days celebration

The annual Langley International Festival will not be held this year and will instead see popular elements of the festival blended into a new three-to-four-day Canada Day celebration. The decision comes after Langley’s International Festival Society assumed control of the Langley Canada Day Society.
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