Matthew Claxton

Updated: Richter calls censure attack on “freedom of expression”

The long-time councillor allegedly violated the Respectful Workplace Policy.

Fire safety at issue in Langley Township all-candidates meeting

A sedate evening saw little disagreement among the 23 candidates present.

Langley’s Polak pans changes to voting system

The local Liberal MLA opposes new voting methods.

Policing the homeless key question for cops at Langley forum

Local Mounties heard about some of Surrey’s successes in housing people, and the role of the RCMP.

Looking Back: Dancing off with the win

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

Langley Thunder’s Callies drafted by Calgary Roughnecks

The local boy could be off to play in the NLL this winter.

Vulnerable young woman now missing more than a year: Langley RCMP

Police are asking anyone who has information to please come forward.

Rebuilding plan seeks funding for Langley Lions housing

The Birch building could be torn down and rebuilt larger than before.

UPDATED: Underground power fault blacks out part of downtown Langley

Electricity was out for a major commercial area.

WATCH: Less parking, more public space in plans for Langley City’s downtown

Two options for Fraser Highway’s one way section are up for debate.

WATCH: Langley art beneath the vines helps hospice

West Coast Fine Arts late summer show enjoyed natural light in a winery’s greenhouse.

Langley health fair aimed at newcomers to the community

An LCSS event combined fun for kids with information on health services.

Car crash, wires down cause power failures in Langley

Hundreds of people spent some time in the dark Friday and Saturday.

Election signs trashed on Langley’s 208th Street

Someone apparently knocked down a block of signs in Willoughby.

Free vet clinic caters to pets of homeless, low income people

The first such clinic in Langley will take place later this month.

  • Sep 21, 2018

Free vet clinic caters to pets of homeless, low income in Langley

The first such clinic in Langley will take place later this month.

Extradition hearing set for Langley developer accused of fraud

Mark Chandler will go before the B.C. Court of Appeals early next year.

Work starts on highway lanes for 216th Street project

The new Langley interchange will see another phase of work begin this autumn.