Matthew Claxton

Many ways to celebrate Mother’s Day

How do you treat your mom on the special day? Our readers had some ideas.

Langley shelter warns again against dogs in hot cars

Keeping dogs safe and healthy means not leaving them confined.

Fox not running, Whitmarsh seeks second term

Langley Township councillors are declaring their intentions for October.

Langley hosts throwdown for chilli and barbecue cooks

The annual competition saw meat on the menu at the Cascades Casino parking lot.

Buyers hope for court win in Langley condo case

An appeal has been scheduled for pre-sale buyers in the Murrayville House case.

Council okays last Willoughby neighbourhood plan

Township councillors debated green roofs and grocery stores Monday night.

Preview: Langley Township council considers Willoughby plans, water, and alcohol

A number of items are on Monday night’s agenda.

Magician comes home for Langley fundraising gala

Wes Barker’s magic and comedy will entertain at Denim & Diamonds.

Young ballplayers compete in North Langley

A tournament in honour of the late coach Will Smith is taking place this weekend.

Langley Mounties seek suspects caught on surveillance

Police are looking for information after a number of thefts and other crimes.

Prices still rising as Langley home sales decline

More homes are coming on the market.

UPDATED: Langley parents riled after son’s Halloween photos used in anti-SOGI speech

Culture Guard’s Kari Simpson has been using a former student’s photo in presentations.

Spending cuts and donation limits will hit Langley campaigns

The Elections BC rules for the next civic elections are drawing a mixed response so far.

Painful Truth: Bezos’ rocket plan crashes, burns

Spending billions on rockets are not the only worthwhile path to the future.

Activist makes run for Langley Township council

Stacey Wakelin is planning a foray into local politics.

Langley firm wants to revolutionize robotics

A new technology could make robots cheaper, faster, and better, said the firm’s CTO.

Fort Langley developer questioned at public forum

Eric Woodward was asked about boarded up stores, a pink house, and future plans.

Painful Truth: Better stories waiting for film adaptation

From real life or fiction, here’s a few stories that should be snapped up by Hollywood.

Sound wall under construction at 216th Interchange

Work is picking up steam at the new interchange crossing site.

Judgment levied in Langley mushroom skimming

A court has fined a man who made off with thousands worth of mushrooms