Matthew Claxton

Painful Truth: No one person can save our world

What will save the world is countless numbers of people doing their part.

House values rose in Langley last year: BC Assessment

The agency shows the rate of increase in value slowed in 2018.

Bullet punches through Langley family’s roof on New Year’s

The bullet punctured the roof and ceiling before landing in the dining room.

Painful Truth: Failing to plan for oil-free Alberta is planning to fail

Albertans need to think about a future without oil and gas, or they’ll be stranded there with no map.

UPDATED: 17 new charges laid in hit-and-run rampage in Langley, Abbotsford

Police have renewed their plea for dash cam or security camera footage.

Painful Truth: Scheer’s stunning swerve bodes ill

Why is the Conservative leader pandering to conspiracy theorists?

Many offers of home for lost Langley pig

LAPS is fielding offers of a home from the Lower Mainland to PEI for Theodore.

New laws give Langley RCMP more power to test suspected drunk drivers

New legislation take effect this week that will allow broader breathalyzer testing.

New Langley biker club has links to Hells Angels: police

The Street Reapers were formed late last year and have been seen in Fort Langley.

Charges pending for driver who sped away from police in Langley, crashed

A simple traffic stop escalated into a pileup on 56th Avenue.

Painful Truth: Fellow citizens in Langley need our support

The supportive housing plan is one piece in building people back up.

Langley conservative activist accused City council of human rights violations over flags

Kari Simpson will complain to the B.C. Human Rights tribunal, she said.

Supportive housing approved for Langley

The 49-unit project was given unanimous approval by Langley Township council.

Kim’s Angels return to fill ambulance for needy in Langley

The annual charity will see donors pack an ambulance with food, clothing, and baby supplies.

SkyTrain timeline to Langley City uncertain

Plans are firming up for a SkyTrain link, but not an arrival date.

Blood drive honours Langley City firefighter’s memory

Ron Dunkley’s mother Sandy encouraged people to give blood for the first time.

Truck slams into SUV after speeding away from police in Langley

RCMP are still investigating the incident.

Langley-based group plans protest against UN immigration declaration

Culture Guard is holding three protests, in Langley, Chilliwack, and Burnaby.

Holiday helpers collect for charity with a “Bah! Humbug!”

The annual event based on A Christmas Carol is starting again next week in Langley.

Aldergrove woman groped during morning dog walk

Police are seeking a suspect with a long coat and pronounced body odour.