Matthew Claxton

How does your garden grow, Langley?

The harvest is on, from backyards to Langley’s community gardens.

Former candidate returns for Langley Township election

This will be the second time Kerri Ross has run for local office.

VIDEO: O’Neill wins show jumping cup at Langley’s Tbird

The Longines World Cup saw a single faultless ride.

Wounded Warriors ride benefits Canadian vets

A two-day cycling event begins in Langley on Saturday morning.

Crash flips car at Langley City intersection

Two people were sent to hospital with minor injuries.

Looking Back: Bandits ambushed by police

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

Vets ride through Langley to aid those with PTSD

The Rolling Barrage ride paused in Langley this week.

Our View: Operation Red Nose not far off

Christmas is coming soon, for those who could organize a safe ride program.

Painful Truth: Anxiety, attacks, and social media

Research shows Facebook can actually increase violent attacks. What now?

Two hospitalized after Langley crash

A toddler was one of those hurt in a Sunday T-bone collision.

Langley animals feeling effects of smoky skies

Animal shelters are trying to keep their critters healthy through the smoggy days.

Mayoral candidates still scarce in Langley

Only three people are officially in the running – two in the City, one in the Township.

Langley rail upgrades to close 72nd Avenue through autumn

The slope will be rebuilt at the rail crossing west of 240th Street.

VIDEO: LEC hosts job fair to lure new workers

The Langley Events Centre was looking for about 50 employees.

UPDATED: Langley’s Tbird preps to welcome Mounties for Musical Ride

The equestrian spectacle is coming to Langley Aug. 31 and Sept. 1.

Richter drops out of Langley Township mayoral race

The longtime councillor said she will run again for the council seat she’s held since the late 1990s.

Langley teacher who screamed at, grabbed elementary students suspended

This is the second four-month suspension for the Langley teacher.

Painful Truth: Reading between numbers on tax stats

The Fraser Institute’s tax numbers don’t entirely add up.

UPDATED: Controversial “covenant” now optional for TWU students

The move may allow the school to start its own law school, after a long legal battle.

Toad migration stalled in South Langley

The expected migration is already almost a month late, likely due to dry weather.