Matthew Claxton

Missing man last seen at Langley hospital

Family and friends haven’t been able to contact Searl James Smith.

New radios, new rules, mean better safety for firefighters

Langley Township has upgraded its radio gear, and the way it builds large structures.

New radios, new rules, mean better safety for firefighters

Langley Township has upgraded its radio gear, and the way it builds large structures.

Fake roofers steal $3,000 from Aldergrove senior

The thieves talked their way inside and made off with cash.

Dog missing 10 days reunited with family after crash in Langley

Zeus was rounded up and returned to his owners.

More land added to Langley’s largest park

Almost 10 acres is being added to Campbell Valley Regional Park.

Burning van doused on Langley Bypass

Traffic was backed up from Fraser Highway to 200th Street on the Bypass.

Young Langley driver gets $1,500 in tickets for speeding past cop

The officer tracked down the suspected speeder and handed out a host of tickets.

VIDEO: Township fire trucks can purify water for disasters

The seven new trucks will be hitting the road soon, and are among the first of their kind.

First phase of 208th widening removed from 2019 Township budget

Work could start in 2020, if funding can be found.

Painful Truth: Why did Andrew Scheer speak at an event with a white nationalist?

Appearing at the same event as Faith Goldy shows Scheer’s judgment is lacking.

Woman groped on Langley’s 208th Street

Police are asking for tips to identify the man responsible.

UPDATED: Former Langley spiritual leader ordered to pay $420,000 in lawsuit

A separate investigation over alleged securities violations cleared the local man.

Renovations will bring changes to George Preston Rec Centre

New facilities and upgraded plumbing are among the projects underway.

More ice time means Langley ball hockey players need new arena

The change to the schedule at the George Preston Rec Centre has displaced a local league.

Controversial Langley condo developer fights extradition on U.S. fraud charge

Mark Chandler’s lawyer argued before the B.C. Court of Appeal Friday to keep him in Canada.

Study says sporting event brought millions to Langley

A single basketball tournament pumped $1.9 million into the local economy.

Snow wallops Langley

Crews and individuals are working to clear roads and sidewalks.

Painful Truth: Canada’s federal parties offer synchronized scandals

Each of the major parties is repeating old hits and getting into trouble.

Snow day for Langley students – public schools closed

All public schools in the Langley School District are closed Monday.