Matthew Claxton

WATCH: Langley art beneath the vines helps hospice

West Coast Fine Arts late summer show enjoyed natural light in a winery’s greenhouse.

Langley health fair aimed at newcomers to the community

An LCSS event combined fun for kids with information on health services.

Car crash, wires down cause power failures in Langley

Hundreds of people spent some time in the dark Friday and Saturday.

Election signs trashed on Langley’s 208th Street

Someone apparently knocked down a block of signs in Willoughby.

Free vet clinic caters to pets of homeless, low income people

The first such clinic in Langley will take place later this month.

  • Sep 21, 2018

Free vet clinic caters to pets of homeless, low income in Langley

The first such clinic in Langley will take place later this month.

Extradition hearing set for Langley developer accused of fraud

Mark Chandler will go before the B.C. Court of Appeals early next year.

Work starts on highway lanes for 216th Street project

The new Langley interchange will see another phase of work begin this autumn.

Rams harvest sweet victory in win over Huskers

The Chilliwack team found itself pushed back again and again.

Suspected spill kills hundreds of crayfish, coho in Langley river

A fish kill in the Nicomekl has a biologist concerned for the health of the local ecosystem.

Boxing coach takes shot at Langley City council run

Dave Allison has lived downtown for years and wants to represent his neighbours.

WATCH: Cops for Cancer bring message of hope to Langley school

Young cancer survivors are traveling with the fundraising bike ride.

Affordable housing on agenda for next Langley Township council

Staff will work on a plan to create a “seniors village” project.

Volunteer crew ready to build wheelchair ramps for Langley amputee

Jean Moulton will soon have an easier time getting in and out of her home.

Chamber of Commerce bows out of hosting Langley council debates

While the chamber switches its election focus, other groups are set to hold all-candidate meetings.

Bark mulch blaze takes days to quench

Firefighters wrapped up a four-day effort at a wood waste site.

UPDATED: Murrayville woman runs for mayor in Langley Township

Anna Remenik has been a fixture at local council meetings in recent years.

Ex-mayor, current councillor, and lawsuit launcher vie for mayor in Langley City

There are a dozen people running for six council seats in the City.