Roxanne Hooper

Chris and Jamie Ruscheinski are the twins behind the popular Gone Country concert. Courtesy Angela Ruscheinski

Pop-up donation event orchestrated in Langley for flood victims

Team of friends and associates pull together a drive-thru fundraiser at Sammy J’s on Saturday

Chris and Jamie Ruscheinski are the twins behind the popular Gone Country concert. Courtesy Angela Ruscheinski
Jesper Vikman makes a beautiful save Wednesday night in Kelowna, against theRockets. (Steve Dunsmoor/Special to Langley Advance Times)

Rockets squeak out victory in overtime against Vancouver Giants

G-Men play at home in Langley on Friday and Saturday, against Cougars and Winterhawks, respectively

Jesper Vikman makes a beautiful save Wednesday night in Kelowna, against theRockets. (Steve Dunsmoor/Special to Langley Advance Times)
(Langley Advance Times file)
A Langley woman woke to a man in her home. She chased the cat burglar from her home but not before he stole from them.

UPDATE: 91-year-old Langley man located safe

Police issued a missing person alert during the weekend

(Langley Advance Times file)
A Langley woman woke to a man in her home. She chased the cat burglar from her home but not before he stole from them.

AT YOUR SERVICE: Council unanimously opposed to paid parking in Fort Langley

Question-and-answer feature calling on those elected to office in Langley

AT YOUR SERVICE: Langley City council wants to keep higher density development north of Nicomekl

Question-and-answer feature calling on those elected to office in Langley

Incumbent seeks re-election under Conservative banner

Each candidate was invited to provide a brief biography and answers to five key election questions

Labour leader throws hat in ring for NDP

Each candidate was invited to provide a brief biography and answers to five key election questions

Maple Ridge councillor looks to be Liberal MP

Each candidate was invited to provide a brief biography and answers to five key election questions

Ranta returns as lone independent candidate in federal run

Each candidate was invited to provide a brief biography and answers to five key election questions

Rhino candidate strives to bring system down from the ‘inside’

Each candidate was invited to provide a brief biography and answers to five key election questions

Self-employed father carries People’s Party of Canada flag into election

Each candidate was invited to provide a brief biography and answers to five key election questions

Surrey-Langley curlers in the running again for gold

Junior men's team out of Langley hopes to defend its world title Sunday, going up against Switzerland

Tyler Tardi, skip of Team Canada, hopes he and his team can retain their title. They were the 2018 world junior champions. (Richard Gray/WCF)

Tardi and team playoff bound in junior curling worlds tonight

Friday night Team Canada's men's team faces off against Norway, hoping to secure a spot in the finals

Tyler Tardi, skip of Team Canada, hopes he and his team can retain their title. They were the 2018 world junior champions. (Richard Gray/WCF)
London Drugs sells shirts and a number of other pink products to raise money and awareness for anti-bullying initiatives. (SPECIAL TO BLACK PRESS)

WHAT’S IN STORE: Langley businesses rally behind Pink Shirt Day initiatives

In this business column, find out about anti-bullying efforts, chamber events, and a home show.

London Drugs sells shirts and a number of other pink products to raise money and awareness for anti-bullying initiatives. (SPECIAL TO BLACK PRESS)
Team Canada, lead by Tyler Tardi who plays out of Langley Curling Centre, is pleased overall with how the team is playing in the world championships this week in the Maritimes. (Larocque Photography)

VIDEO: Nail-biter game against Germany tonight earns Langley’s Team Canada a win

Langley's Team Tardi is 5-2 at the junior curling worlds in Nova Scotia, hoping to defend their title

Team Canada, lead by Tyler Tardi who plays out of Langley Curling Centre, is pleased overall with how the team is playing in the world championships this week in the Maritimes. (Larocque Photography)
Townships Councillors Bob Long and Margaret Kunst flanked provincial, national, and global junior champion curler Tyler Tardi, who curls out of the Langley Curling Centre. The trio were on hand for Thursday’s announcement that Langley will be hosting the 2020 junior nationals. (Roxanne Hooper/Black Press)

VIDEO: 2020 New Holland Canadian Juniors will playout in Langley

Three-time national champ Tyler Tardi on hand for annoucement - excited to possibly compete at home.

Townships Councillors Bob Long and Margaret Kunst flanked provincial, national, and global junior champion curler Tyler Tardi, who curls out of the Langley Curling Centre. The trio were on hand for Thursday’s announcement that Langley will be hosting the 2020 junior nationals. (Roxanne Hooper/Black Press)
The show, called Away: Artful Reading Inspired, is on display at the Langley Centennial Museum. (Roxanne Hooper/Langley Advance)

VIDEO: Written word inspires Langley art show

Walnut Grove woman organizes a show by artists in her book club.

The show, called Away: Artful Reading Inspired, is on display at the Langley Centennial Museum. (Roxanne Hooper/Langley Advance)
Police arrested a man in the area of 198B Street and 44th Avenue, in connection with a possible impaired driving case. (Anngela Bayer/Special to the Langley Advance)

Langley Mounties arrest suspect impaired driver

SUV believed involved in multiple crashes before the driver was arrested and hospitalized.

Police arrested a man in the area of 198B Street and 44th Avenue, in connection with a possible impaired driving case. (Anngela Bayer/Special to the Langley Advance)
Bud McPhee played goal for Prince Albert’s junior hockey team back in 1941. He reconnected with his old team last week, when the Raiders came to town to take on the Giants at the LEC.(Roxanne Hooper/Black Press Media)

VIDEO: Former goalie, now 94, shares recollections of hockey’s past

Langley City's Bud McPhee met up with some players currently on his hometown's Prince Albert team.

Bud McPhee played goal for Prince Albert’s junior hockey team back in 1941. He reconnected with his old team last week, when the Raiders came to town to take on the Giants at the LEC.(Roxanne Hooper/Black Press Media)
Kaylee Davis got some quality time with his new friends and mentors, Team Tardi, during the junior national championships in his hometown of Prince Albert, Sask. last week. (Paul Tardi/Special to Black Press)

Saddling up along-side the ‘big boys’ – Langley curling champs offer mentorship

An 11-year-old aspiring curler got to spend time shadowing Team BC at the junior nationals.

Kaylee Davis got some quality time with his new friends and mentors, Team Tardi, during the junior national championships in his hometown of Prince Albert, Sask. last week. (Paul Tardi/Special to Black Press)