Matthew Claxton

People’s Party sets up shop in Langleys

The party of Maxime Bernier is recruiting members for next year’s federal election.

Painful Truth: Housing crash might proceed in slow motion

It took years for previous housing crashes to settle out in the past.

Casino gives Langley City $1 million financial boost

Increased casino revenues mean more money for City construction projects.

Langley greenhouses face steep heating bills after pipeline explosion

Costs skyrocketed after the blast choked off natural gas supplies.

VIDEO: Langley postal workers frustrated by back to work legislation

Local letter carriers expect a deluge of extra work through December.

Looking Back: Trouble in Europe in 1938

News from the pages of the Langley Advance through the years.

VIDEO: Tall Timbers set to close after day of free golf

The 38-year-old golf course is being sold as estate homes.

Local crimes: Baby formula swiped from grocery store

Police are also looking into the theft of a mandolin.

‘Rising sun’ flag flap in Langley high school sparks counter-petition

Few people have yet signed the petition to keep up an Imperial Japanese flag.

Painful Truth: Seed of art in dice-rolling, dungeon-crawling games

Are role-playing games like Dungeons & Dragons art?

Transgender Day of Remembrance marked at Langley churches

Local reverends offered a safe place and welcome to parishioners.

Phasing plans for Brookswood defeated

Council voted against staggering neighbourhood planning in Brookswood-Fernridge.

Langley’s supportive housing plan moves forward

Township council will now hear from the public before making a final decision.

Brookswood’s Forsyth back to Langley for basketball meet

The Bobcat alumnus and her team will take on last year’s champs Notre Dame.

Kettle Campaign kicks off in Langley

The Salvation Army is looking for volunteers to raise funds for the Gateway of Hope.

Woodward calls for slowdown in Brookswood neighbourhood planning

The motion is up for debate at the Nov. 19 council meeting.

Langley Township’s Froese named vice-chair of Mayors’ Council

The Township mayor will be one of the top officials overseeing TransLink.

Crash blocks half of 200th Street in Langley City

Police and firefighters were on scene Thursday.

Judge rules against ALC on rural Langley subdivision

The ALC can’t change the definition of an acre, the judge ruled.

VIDEO: Burglars bust windows and loot Brookswood stores

Thieves have hit two Brookswood stores in commercial burglaries in the last month.