Matthew Claxton

Campaign on to fill Salvation Army kettles in Langley

The annual fundraising drive aims to collect $180,000 for local programs

Carbon budget closer to reality in Langley Township

The council will consider a range of measures early next year

$2.9 million judgment in Langley blueberry farm sabotage lawsuit

The new owners saw most of their farm ruined just as they took possession

Langley council calls for changes after developer donations controversy

The province should review rules around donations, council voted

ALC rules stymie recovery house’s purchase of Langley property

A recovery house has dropped plans to purchase a Langley site

WEB POLL: Ever been stung by a scam?

Have you lost money, or have you avoided the Nigerian princes and confidence men?

Langley Township tackles donation controversy

Two motions address concerns over political donations and conflicts of interest

Langley’s Lions Housing target of human rights complaint

A former resident alleges discrimination after coming out as trans

Longtime Langley garage owner Del Barron dies at 88

For many years he ran Barron and Sons with his brother Walt

Affordable housing for Langley seniors to open by early 2021

Emmaus Place is a partnership between a local church and goverment agencies

Thief boosted cash registers in Lower Mainland crime spree

Langley, Coquitlam, Burnaby, and New West were all hit, police say

Suspect in Langley child’s murder appears in court

Kerryann Lewis is awaiting trial for first degree murder

Rental project could have almost 500 units in North Langley

The complex got initial approvals from the Township council recently

Deck that collapsed in Aldergrove built illegally, Langley Township claims

As lawsuits fly, Township claims the deck was built in secret with no inspections

Painful Truth: What if Wexit is good for the rest of Canada?

Would we be better off without Alberta?

UPDATED: Con artist claims to be Hydro employee in $1,000 Langley scam

Scammers tried to bill a local business owner for cash this week

Housing sales see autumn increase in Langley

Sales are much higher than last year

Langley curler was victim of Harrison Lake crash

Josh Desrosiers curled with the Tardi rink in 2014

Snow plow rodeo trains Langley drivers for winter weather

Drivers had to do everything from park a big truck to push a soccer ball

No bail for alleged carjacking jewelry store robber

A judge turned down a request to release a man accused of a crime spree, awaiting trial