Matthew Claxton

Mounties raid Murrayville condo

The RCMP Drug Section searched a Langley condo unit

Langley Township committee to look at urban forest

Citizens will consider the current and future state of local tree cover

Painful Truth: The widening border

The U.S. and Canada are about to diverge, and we don’t know what it means yet

Some changes made since Langley’s last police-involved shooting 10 years ago

New investigators and new tactics in use across B.C., since Alvin Wright was killed in his home

Langley’s Normandy veteran turns 100

Harold Freeston has been a longtime legion member after fighting in the Second World War

Teens sneak into Aldergrove pool for illicit swim

Police warn that the midnight swim could be dangerous

Langley Mounties nab suspects in June thefts

The case of the stolen travel trailer was wrapped up in 20 minutes

IIO to collect data on ethnicity of those killed, injured in police encounters

The civilian-led agency investigates all police-invovled deaths and serious injuries in B.C.

TWU athletics fundraiser blows past $100K goal

The Langley-based university raised about $140,000

Last Second Narrows Bridge tragedy survivor passes torch of remembrance

Langley’s Lou Lessard plunged into Burrard Inlet 62 years ago this month

Seven guns seized in Surrey raids by Langley Mounties

Police also found drugs and almost $9,000 in cash

Trans Mountain strikes deal with Langley Township

The Township has dropped its objections to the project now that costs are being shared

Home demolitions step towards new Fort Langley museum

Township council voted to remove seven houses near the Langley Centennial Museum

Donors needed for Langley harvest to benefit food banks

Volunteers are ready to pick back yard fruit, but need more trees

Foundry to bring mental health support to Langley teens

The centre is one of eight announced for B.C.

12-year-old petitioner takes case for Fort pool to Langley council

Nora Cashato is asking the Township to keep a proper pool in her community

Suspects sought in recent Langley thefts

A Coca-Cola sign was stolen from an Aldergrove antique store

Langley Township rec workers join union

Workers in pools, gyms, and a museum voted to unionize

Langley Chamber talks politics with local leaders

An MP, two MLAs, and two mayors will speak at a virtual meeting next Tuesday

Langley sees spike in drug overdose deaths

Drug toxicity deaths are climbing sharply in B.C. again