Matthew Claxton

Erratic driving in Langley leads to ERT arrest in Richmond

After a gun was spotted, police tracked a suspect through four communities.

Housing agencies scrambled to find homes for Langley trailer park residents

Some residents have housing, but others are still waiting.

Woodward calls for new plan to widen Langley’s 208th Street

The Township councillor wants a new developer-paid fund to fill in gaps on the road

Painful Truth: Should the news go on strike against Facebook?

Facebook sets the rules, and we have to live with them

UPDATED: Second car involved in crash that shattered Brookswood power pole

Electricity was knocked out to thousands of Langley residents

The greenhouse will ask for an ALC permit for the popular light show

A short timeline and uncertainty over permits led Darvonda Nurseries to move…

Ammonia leak in Langley industrial park had multiple causes: report

Communication, a bad piece of equipment, and other issues contributed to the incident

Home sales still down from recent peaks in Langley

Prices are off their 2018 highs for houses and townhouses

Crash snarls traffic in Walnut Grove

At least two vehicles were involved in a rush hour collision on 88th Avenue.

Popularity of electric car chargers up 3,000% in Langley Township

The stations gave out almost 10,000 charges last year

Convicted pedophile from Langley back behind bars in Ontario

Madilyn Harks had been in Brampton for a week before being arrested

Langley businesses asked to host overdose awareness lunches

A local committee is trying to tackle the overdose crisis.

Our View: Seat belts save lives, so why not for school children?

A drive to put seat belts on school buses seems an obvious step.

B.C.’s Top 10 auto crime offenders named for 2019

Last year’s top auto crime offenders have all been arrested

Painful Truth: Room for hope in climate change fight

It’s easy to get discouraged, but solutions are out there.

NDP prepping to choose Langley-Aldergrove candidate

Nominations are expected to be open soon for the party.

Langley body’s identity discovered, lost again over 40 years

A man identified 20 years ago was still an open police file.

Asbestos fix slows down progress on contest-winning Langley café

The Pink Avo is to be open by this summer in the City’s downtown

Nowhere to go for people evicted from unlicensed Langley trailer park

About a dozen people are facing eviction in a few days.