Matthew Claxton

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.

Painful Truth: Housing funding is long overdue

Low income projects like these could have prevented much of the homelessness crisis.

Court denies bid to overturn Langley City election

Serena Oh won’t be allowed to launch a legal action against the City.

Dog’s death on busy road raises fears

A hit and run by a large truck has a community concerned.

VIDEO: Langley City remembers fallen on Nov. 11

Thousands filled Douglas Park for Remembrance Day ceremonies.

UPDATED: Historic Langley building gets facelift with help from Sabrina series

Langley’s 108-year-old Coghlan Substation is seeing use in Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.

Langley Township could vote on supportive housing soon

A first vote could be held on Nov. 19.

Website ownership pits Tourism Langley against local hotelier

Wally Martin owns website names similar to Tourism Langley’s.

Langley Mountie at fault for crash that destroyed tourists’ van

A judge found some blame for both drivers in a 2014 collision on a busy Aldergrove highway.

Names of fallen bring back memory of Langley’s war dead

The Fort Remembrance Day ceremony will mark the century since the end of the First World War.

Painful Truth: U.S. could take a lesson from Canada’s gerrymandered past

Democracy is better when politicians don’t draw the lines on the maps.

Police seek baby food thief in Langley

RCMP have released images of suspects in several recent crimes.

Langley realtors Monopoly battles raise funds for refugee charity

The second annual event collected more than $10,000.

Township council sworn in with new and old faces

Two new, a returning, and five re-elected councillors and the mayor swore their oaths of office.

Fort Langley ceremony honours fallen on Nov. 11

The ceremony will see a few changes this year.

A war on the move: Langley veteran drove an armoured car from Juno Beach to Germany

“Our job was to go out and find trouble every day,” said Herb Schuppert.

WATCH: Weavers and Spinners kick off annual craft fair

Vendors and club members are selling handicrafts.

Bylaw fines could cost owner of Langley marijuana dispensary his home

More than $270,000 is owed from hundreds of tickets and fines.

Fallen tree knocks out power in North Langley

BC Hydro restored the overnight power failure.