Eighteen-year-old Andrew Zucchetto is entering adulthood in a big way, having graduated from high school Friday night then wrapping up his cadet career with another ceremony last Sunday afternoon.
Ten seniors will perform their hearts out next week, in an effort to prove they're the most talented in town and to potentially earn themselves a trip to Niagara Falls this fall.
How often do you get to swing a golf club, and get rewarded if your ball hits someone? Well, that's going to be the case at the annual Greater Langley Chamber of Commerce golf tournament happening at The Redwoods golf course today (Thursday).
Working as a parking lot attendant in Vancouver for 20 years was so boring and depressing, that Tanya Nahal often sought out creative projects that would stimulate her mind and fill the time.
Writing this column on Wednesday morning, I've just rolled through the Tim Hortons in Willowbrook for my bagel and my extra large caffeine fix.
This weekend's sunny weather helped break records, bringing together more than a hundred motorcyclists and more than $30,000 in donations for the seventh annual Ride for Doug.
When Sandy Wakeling walked into his Highland Park home about a week ago, it took him a few minutes to realize he'd been hoodwinked.
Bargain hunters fear not, McFrugals is changing, but not disappearing.
It seems it's time to bring you up to speed on a few openings and an annual general meeting that might be worth adding to your calendar.
One form of her art has been displayed in prestigious venues from Windsor Castle, Hatfield House, Scone Palace, and Sherborne Castle to dozens of well-recognized shops and galleries throughout England, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales.
When the sun is shining like it has been for much of the past few weeks, there aren't many local motorcycle riders who aren't out riding or longing to be on their bikes.
After four hours of negotiations, police discussions with a distraught man in Langley City Thursday night ended without incident.
Angie Quaale loves watching someone who has never eaten "real" barbecue have their first taste. "It's addictive and when that light goes on and someone understands it, it's magic," said Quaale, the owner of Langley's Well Seasoned gourmet food store and organizer of the second annual Cloverdale Rodeo Cowboy Cookoff & Rib Fest happening this weekend at the Cloverdale fairgrounds.
When Bill Henderson officially retires, he's figuring to sell his island home, buy a motorhome, and go on the road playing "all kinds of little places."
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.
Acclaimed magician Wes Barker is back, performing a show for his hometown fans this weekend.
Capturing the essence of the Canadian culture on film - or with a digital camera - means different things to different photographers.
I've been remiss in not telling you sooner about a series of exciting business events coming up this month, and being organized by the Greater Langley Chamber of Commerce.