Miranda Fatur

WATCH: Popular Glow festival faces cancellation in dispute over farm land

Langley’s Darvonda Nurseries received a compliance assessment notice from the ALC on March 5.

Fate of B.C.-shot Lori Loughlin movie series uncertain amid U.S. college bribery scandal

Shirley Rempel owns Country Lane Antiques, which is the set of Lori Loughlin’s Hallmark movie series.

Sick toddler fights for life at BC Children’s Hospital

1.5-year-old London is on life support and in critical condition at BC Children’s Hospital.

‘Don’t worry sis, my kidney’s your kidney’: B.C. women share transplant journey

Langley’s Reema Garcha donated her kidney to her sister Binn Johal in 2018

‘It just happened’: B.C. woman celebrates her 100th birthday

While sporting a party hat reading ‘eternal youth,’ Elizabeth Viens said there’s no trick to living a long life

BC SPCA to recommend charges in case involving 27 horses

Last December, 27 neglected horses were seized from a property in Langley.

Neglected horses seized from B.C. property after cruelty investigation

On Dec. 15, 2018, 27 horses were seized in a cruelty investigation in Langley.

Theo, the 800-lb. pig, takes ferry to new Vancouver Island home

Theodore is going to live at A Home for Hooves Farm Sanctuary in Duncan

Maple Ridge blues singer releasing new album

James ‘Buddy’ Rogers releases a live album called Everytime on Jan. 15.

VIDEO: Theo the 800-pound pig finds a home on Vancouver Island

An 800-pound rescued Langley pig, named Theodore, is off to a livestock sanctuary on the Island.

Male strippers bring laughs to Maple Ridge’s ACT

The Comic Strippers male improv strip show returns to the Arts Centre on Jan. 19.

New York classical performers on Maple Ridge stage

The Diderot String Quartet is set to perform on Sunday, Jan. 13 at Westacres.

UPDATE: Langley City reopened after suspicious package inspected, cleared

Officers put a chunk of Langley City behind police tape New Year’s Day for a potential explosive.

West Coast landscape is taken indoors

The upcoming exhibit titled Soundscape/Landscape at The ACT showcases landscapes and sounds.

‘Open Stage’ nights give platform to those affected by opioid crisis

Artist-in-residence Kat Wahamaa wants to showcase talent of people with “lived experience.”

Maple Ridge seniors ride party bus to Christmas dinner

On Dec. 14, the seniors’ party bus dropped off residents at the Eagles Hall for a Christmas dinner.

B.C. heart transplant recipient is travelling to every country because ‘life is short’

Jordan D. Marcia wants to be the first heart transplant recipient to travel to every country.

Surrey boy’s birthday wish raises $13,500 for rescued farm animals

Matthew Farden received a large donation from the mister Blake Foundation towards a sanctuary farm.