Matthew Claxton

Langley’s polar bears go for a New Year’s dip

The annual Fort Langley Polar Bear Swim drew big crowds again in 2018.

UPDATED: Raw sewage flooded Langley City daycare

A contractor has taken responsibility for the sewage that flooded a daycare.

Power failures repaired in Aldergrove

Hydro crews still have plenty of work to do in Abbotsford and points east.

Theatre shuttered at Langley City’s casino

The last event at the theatre will be held on Dec. 31.

Throwback Thursday: Dec. 28, 2017

Help us caption a historic photo from the Langley Centennial Museum archives!

New lawyer for man charged in Langley double murder

Travis MacPhail is expected back in court in February.

New lawyer for man charged in Langley double murder

Travis MacPhail is expected back in court in February.

Top 5 of 2017: Langley sees a spike in the murder rate

Five people were killed in Langley in 2017, three in targeted killings linked to gangs.

Pup enjoys snow in Langley’s Derby Reach Park

The wintry weather was a bonus for some park goers on Wednesday.

Fire displaces Aldergrove family of eight

The pre-Christmas fire has sent the family looking for new lodgings.

Langley ice rink gets green upgrade

A provincial grant will partially fund a heat pump.

Top Five of 2017: Brookswood plan delayed, amended, approved

Chaos surrounded the final form of a new OCP for Brookwood-Fernridge.

Top Five in 2017: Politics revved up in the Langleys

From roads to mayoral races to lawsuits, there was a lot going on in 2017.

Top Five in 2017: SOGI ignited a battle between parents

A conservative group faced a backlash from Langley parents.

Top Five of 2017: Homelessness doubled while solutions were controversial

The number of Langley residents without a roof over their heads increased.

Record adoptions in 2017 for Langley cat shelter

There are still new cats arriving weekly at the CARES shelter.

Election rumblings: What councillors had to say about running in Langley

We asked sitting City and Township councillors if they will run for re-election.

Langley rider fourth in top cutting horse competition

Larissa Price and her horse Suzy took part in a Texas competition.

Woman groped near Walnut Grove Secondary

Police are looking into an incident that took place on Dec. 1.

Painful Truth: Have yourself a very science fictional season!

Self-assembling ornaments and lasers on Santa’s sleigh bring out the science in the holidays!