Matthew Claxton

BREAKING: Three dead in ongoing COVID-19 outbreak at Langley Lodge

A total of 21 residents and staff have been infected

Langley craft brewers call for looser restrictions for summer patios

More outdoor space could mean more places to safely seat customers, say beer makers

Tennis courts, bike parks set to re-open in Langley City

The careful re-opening is to take place after the Victoria Day weekend

Fears wells may run dry as Langley aquifer drops

Residents over the Hopington aquifer are worried about recent declines

Funeral homes face PPE shortage as COVID crisis continues

From Langley across the country, funeral professionals need PPE to stay safe

Car-free lane on Walnut Grove’s 88th Ave unlikely: mayor

Cycling advocates are asking for temporary changes to traffic patterns on 88th and 216th

$48 million drop in revenue forecast for Langley Township in 2020

Council could face 25 per cent of property owners not paying tax this year

Langley Scout camp offered as emergency site

Government or community organizations could use Camp McLean

UPDATE: One-way unlikely to go car-free in Langley City

Another proposal is car-free nights in the summer for outdoor dining

Langley film industry charts path back to post-COVID production

Local sound stages, production companies, and government will work on creating safe film sets

Decision on Langley Cruise-In to come in early July

Organizers are waiting to see whether gatherings will be allowed by September

Virtual counselling necessary for Langley during COVID crisis: LCSS

Local case workers are offering help to those facing mental health struggles

Cash hard to come by to raise Critter Care’s costly bear cubs

Hit by COVID-19, Critter Care is hoping to raise donations from the public

Langley firefighters offer birthday surprises

There have been more than 200 requests for a visit from Engine 4550 so far

U-pick returns to Langley – with physical distancing

Berry farmers are getting ready for an unusual season

Coronavirus hammers Langley housing market

Without buyers visiting open houses, sales dropped 50 per cent

THANK YOU ESSENTIAL WORKERS: Truckers facing long journeys alone in age of COVID-19

Isolation, lack of food, and a business slowdown are all affecting the people who move goods

Dogs an increasing problem for postal carriers during pandemic

More people home means more dogs around, too

Painful Truth: When this is over…

What will we build, when this is over?

Government seeks to seize Langley farm where guns, grenades found

Police raided the rural property in 2017 after tailing a stolen car there