Matthew Claxton

Langley shows good grasp of social distancing

Only one major gathering has been brought to RCMP attention

Cleanup in progress on flood-damaged Langley roads

Two of four sites of major damage are now re-opened

Backyard burning banned to protect lungs during pandemic

Langley and its neighbours will see no burning allowed

Langley firm gears up to make vital ventilator parts in COVID-19 fight

Simalex Manufacturing is handling big orders as demand surges

Remains identified as man who vanished from Langley Memorial Hospital

Searl James Smith disappeared in Feburary, 2019

Man charged with naked crime spree in Langley and Surrey remains in custody

Video shows unclothed man running through field

Kwantlen First Nation opinions mixed on Township Councillor Eric Woodward land transfer

Fern Gabriel, land advisory council member, said the proposal wasn’t brought to group

Painful Truth: Alberta needs our help

The brutal crash in the oil market is going to require help now, and in the future

Churches shut down or limit services in Langley due to coronavirus

Langley churches see shutdowns, go to virtual services

Hand sanitizer a vital tool for Langley realtors in year of COVID-19

Langley realtors are waiting to see what the virus means for the local market

Electronic meetings considered for Langley Township council

The coronavirus has council considering how to meet without a large gathering

Soap and hot water in short supply for Langley’s homeless during coronavirus outbreak

Local non-profits are giving out hand wipes and sanitizer

KPU to sanitize surfaces in bid to ward off coronavirus transmission

Overseas travel to some countries has also been stopped

Langley Chamber cancels March meeting

Coronavirus concerns are affecting a number of local events

Langley school district releases pandemic plan

The plan covers responsibilities for school closures and cleaning

Langley Township close to joining ride-hailing license plan

The public will get a chance to comment before a final vote

‘Know-it-all’ laid tiles wrong during Blair Pool renovation

A worker who sued his former employer caused errors, according to his bosses

Township plans to capture value from SkyTrain land boom

With land prices expected to rise, the Township wants to put money into local amenities

Retail cannabis on track for approval in Langley Township

Up to eight stores could open if council gives final approval

Demolitions possible for some vacant Fort Langley storefronts

The buildings are to be transferred to the Kwantlen First Nation in the near future