Matthew Claxton

Langley youth coach banned amid sexual harassment, bullying scandal: Water Polo Canada

Justin Mitchell can’t take part in Water Polo Canada events or clubs

Langley pedophile wins appeal after violating court order

Kelly Glen Isbister’s sentence was cut by the BC Court of Appeal

Langley Anti-SOGI activist slams ban on dad speaking out about transgender son’s case

A judge has told the father to stop publicly objecting to his son’s gender

Langley firefighter climbs World Trade Centre in honour of 9/11 fallen

The local man is fundraising for the Memorial Stair Climb

VIDEO: Multiple people injured after Aldergrove deck collapses during celebration

UPDATED WITH VIDEO: Emergency responders rushed to the Langley home

Young ukulele players wow Langley audience

The performance highlights several upcoming concerts.

Langley police seek new leads in hit and run cold case

Six years ago, someone struck a young woman with a car and drove off

Langley daycare investigated after staffer allegedly threatens child

Fraser Health ordered the centre to come up with a plan to fix the issue

Conservatives, PPC prepare to nominate in Langley-Aldergrove

The two parties are about to select their candidates for the next federal election

Langley’s Coleman not afraid of oil shutdown

As news of the UCP win in Alberta arrived, the longtime MLA wasn’t worried about a lack of oil

Council ponders new funding policy to finish widening Langley’s 208th Street

The Township will look at a proposal to fund the project through regional development.

Food trucks line up for mass safety inspections in Langley

Firefighters organized the inspections of the popular mobile food vendors

“Big River” mural by Kwantlen artist unveiled

The Canada 150 project will be in place in the Township council chambers

Council hears calls to cut fees for Aldergrove water park

A 50 per cent increase in fees is expected this spring

Climate emergency decision will wait until September in Langley Township

The council will look at taking action in the fall

Dead trees felled in Langley park ahead of Arbour Day

Dale Ball Park is getting a clean up as trees that pose a risk are removed.

Father sues daughter over illicit Langley townhouse purchase

A judge ruled in the father’s favour this month in B.C. Supreme Court

Gurney, $800 coffee maker among items stolen by Langley thieves

Police have released surveillance photos of suspects in recent investigations

Public gets look at plans for SkyTrain line to Langley

The meeting for information and feedback was the first of several planned

Painful Truth: Kenney fights to the end for oil

Jason Kenney will likely be the next Alberta premier, but the fight after that will be a losing one