Matthew Claxton

Langley homeless face repeated evictions, nowhere to go

A recent eviction from under a bridge is the latest in a years-long cycle.

Langley artist contributes to Greenpeace pipeline protest

Brandon Gabriel’s art was hung in the path of oil tankers by activists.

Plan calls for partial widening of 208th Street

A four-year plan looks at ways to expand the busy Willoughby road.

Langley’s Canada Day in pictures

From a car show to quick draw gunslingers to crafts, Canada Day held plenty of activities.

New citizens take oath in Langley on Canada Day

A judge swore in 50 new Canadians in a ceremony in Fort Langley Sunday morning.

Painful Truth: Only two questions for civic candidates

I’m sure your family is nice. I just don’t care.

Aldergrove takes a dip in new pool at rec centre

The long-awaited pool is holding “practice swims” and will fully open in July.

Painful Truth: Only two questions for candidates

These matter more than any background on a candidate.

Langley suspect cashed fake cheque

RCMP officers are seeking suspects in recent Langley crimes.

Planned projects could add more than 1,300 apartments to Langley

Developers proposed several major projects Monday night.

Neighbours irked by massive Aldergrove pot farm

Residents asked council for help dealing with odours, light, and noise.

VIDEO: Fort land owner says heritage bylaw too pricey

Eric Woodward spoke to council, but not about his development issue.

Popular Langley berry farm suffers fire

A fire in Driediger Farms production warehouse caused extensive damage.

Langley credit union breaks ground on $100 million facility

First West is moving to 88th Avenue and a 130,000 square foot building.

Claims halt all Newmark projects

A development firm spent thousands on clothes, cosmetics, and meals.

Langley City, Township ponder pot rules

Local politicians will have to decide on retail marijuana zoning and other issues soon.

Langley condo flipping increased as market heated up

Local realtors say investors were re-selling through assignment sales, but the trend may reverse.

Painful Truth: Easier to move appliances than people across borders

Easy immigration or movement isn’t as welcome as it once was.

Langley MP pledges support for stranded adopting families

Mark Warawa said he will pressure the minister of immigration on the issue.

TWU ponders future of law school plans

The university still wants to open a law school, but is looking at its options.