Matthew Claxton

Fort Langley is open for business

Challenges abound, but local merchants are looking forward to summer.

Demolition suggestion outside role of inspector: Fraser Health

Letters on Fort Langley buildings say they are rat and vermin infested.

Hells Angels invited to rally by anti-SOGI organizer

The Culture Guard group has helped Hells Angels in the past, said its executive director.

UPDATED: Fatal crash shuts down part of Langley’s 264th Street

One dead in crash involving a motorcycle, police say.

Langley on both sides of SOGI rallies

Pro- and anti-SOGI 123 campaigners headed to Vancouver Monday.

VIDEO: Upcycling display shows off Langley artists’ ingenuity

From tires, old newspapers, or industrial scrap, artists have created new items.

Mud, sweat, and tears in Langley high school’s Tough Eagle

Students at R.E. Mountain flung themselves into an obstacle course Friday.

Langley suspects swiped cash, cologne – and a wood chipper

Police are looking for suspects in a number of recent crimes, including a theft from a church.

Environmentalists concerned over Willoughby development plans

A Langley group has weighed in on the Williams neighbourhood plan.

Langley City’s van den Broek will run for mayor

The mayoral race in Langley City is officially underway.

VIDEO: Volunteers wanted in Langley

A volunteer fair is rounding up recruits for worthy local causes.

WATCH: Langley’s Hunter Park comes back to life

After a tree disease decimated the park, a new planting effort was held Saturday.

Langley Mounties celebrate civilian volunteers

RCMP officers applauded the volunteers who make their jobs easier.

Painful Truth: What’s the plan for after the lights go out?

What happens when – eventually – a big modern empire like the United States falls?

Langley karate instructor offers classes in wake of sexual assault

A local instructor is expanding his courses, with proceeds to benefit Ishtar Housing Society.

Pipeline debate continues in Langley

An ultimatum by the builder has sparked renewed debate.

Gunman who attacked Langley pot farm gets no reduced sentence

Judges ruled against an appeal to cut the sentence of a man who shot a farm worker in 2014.

Memory Grove hopes to create long legacy for Fort Langley

Organizers of a tree planting project have a timespan of a century in mind.

Lion dance entertains elders at Langley hospital

A Buddhist charitable foundation performed for residents of a Langley long term care facility.

Looking Back: A ban on early holly?

This community’s history, as recorded in the pages of the Langley Advance.