Matthew Claxton

Young curlers ready for national tournament in Langley

The teams practiced on Friday in preparation for the official start Saturday

Langley auto thieves given notice

Police have a new campaign to stop thefts from cars

Local flooding can follow snowmelt in Langley

City and Township advise clearing drains if you can

Langley MP Jansen spars with Fraser Health over assisted dying in Delta hospice

The Cloverdale-Langley City MP is supporting a Ladner hospice

Plans to widen 208th Street get another look from Township council

Council voted to take another look at a plan to use development fees

Willowbrook trail has become haven for drug dealers, resident say

A resident says he witnessed a beating with a baseball bat

BC Appeal Court upholds teen’s right to gender transition against dad’s wishes

The parents of the teenaged boy had been divided about starting hormone therapy

Langley farmers market shuts down for 2020

Society reconsidering options after a disappointing year

Langley shelter opens daytime warming centre for homeless

Freezing temperatures prompted the extra service

Painful Truth: Give politicians fiddles as they watch the world burn

Could we do something? Yes. Will we do anything? Not with these leaders

Langley home sales higher in December

Prices are still flat or down from a year ago

Langley’s priciest home not so expensive

The top valued residence in Langley is worth about $700,000 less in 2020

Most animals home for Christmas in Langley, but shelter still needs more good homes

Surrendered dogs and bonded cats are up for adoption

Decrepit Albion Ferry dock a magnet for trouble, say irked Kwantlen

The dock has been left vacant for 10 years on Kwantlen land after the ferry stopped running

Year in Review: New MPs take up seats in shakeup of Langley’s ridings

Both Langley ridings are again held by Conservative MPs

Year in Review: Dozens injured in deck collapse that turns into court case

Several people were seriously injured in an incident in Aldergrove

Year in Review: Tree bylaw sprouts in Langley Township

After literally years of debate, a tree protection bylaw was passed

Year in Review: No demolition but plenty of controversy over boarded-up Fort shops

Council debated knocking down all the structures, but demured

Year in Review: Hope on homelessness as supportive housing opens

A long-awaited project opened its doors