Matthew Claxton

Outbreak puts Langley woman’s kidney transplant on hold

It’s unknown when she’ll be able to receive a new kidney

Honda driver may be key witness to Langley crash: RCMP

Police are hoping to find the driver of what appears to be a grey Honda Civic

Library cards, ebooks available online in Fraser Valley

Those without a card yet won’t have to go into a branch

Langley’s CARES cat shelter halts adoptions

Concern for volunteers during COVID-19 caused the pause

Hospital foundation seeks ventilators, respite for weary medics

The newest fundraiser for Langley Memorial targets needs of the COVID-19 crisis

Layoffs at Langley Township as COVID crisis takes jobs

Full time employees have not yet been affected by the crisis

Local MPs helping stranded travellers abroad

Politicians are trying to bring home Canadians as global travel is thrown into upheaval

Message of support adorns Brookswood fence

From notes to chalk writing, messages are popping up all over Langley

Strong home sales in early March plunged as virus hit

Sales were trending upwards before physical isolation began

Langley hospice mission continues amid COVID-19 crisis

Technology is being used to reach out to people in need of help with grieving

Painful Truth: Missing that crowded feeling

We’re in this together, but we’re also alone

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