Matthew Claxton

Polar bears prepare for Langley’s New Year plunge

The annual swim in the Fraser River is set for noon on Jan. 1.

Langley firms locked in lawsuit over equipment rentals

Newmark is being sued over trucks and lawn care equipment.

Charges laid in ‘Langley 66’ alleged puppy mill case

Three people now face animal cruelty charges.

Suspicious incident sparks Langley RCMP concern

Police are looking into a recent incident in Brookswood.

UPDATED: Replace, increase size of burned Birch building, says mayor

After a fatal fire, the society is considering whether to repair or to rebuild from scratch.

UPDATED: Langley flings fur for Teddy Bear Toss

The Vancouver Giants collected hundreds of toys for charity Sunday.

Crafts and Santa arrive in Fort Langley

The annual food and craft fair showcases local products.

Car fire destroys vehicle in Langley

Firefighters doused a car fire that sent a lot of smoke into the air in Langley.

Painful Truth: The best bad ideas for next year’s columns

To provoke discussion, you have to first provoke.

Supreme Court of Canada rules in human-rights case involving Langley firm

The case involved two people working for separate contractors on a Delta road project.

VIDEO: Hankering for a piece of Star Wars?

A massive Star Wars memorabilia collection is going on the auction block in Langley.

Giants invite fans to toss teddy bears at Langley game

The annual Teddy Bear Toss takes place at this Sunday’s home game in the LEC.

Michael Jackstien named Langley’s Good Citizen of the Year

The longtime volunteer organized the BC Summer Games and many other local events.

UPDATED: Byelection lawsuit cost Langley City $27,000

Last-place candidate Serena Oh failed to convince the Supreme Court to hear her case.

Car jumps curb at Langley Burger King

A vehicle clipped the corner of the building and hit some picnic tables.

Langley’s Marley and Cratchit bring spirit of giving to life

Local accountants will act as characters from A Christmas Carol for a fundraiser.

Langley’s Marley and Cratchit bring spirit of giving to life

Local accountants will act as characters from A Christmas Carol for a fundraiser.

Cold nights mean homeless turned away from Langley shelter

The Gateway of Hope shelter has had send some people to other shelters as they ran out of room.

Langley RCMP seek man wanted for drug charges

David Main was last seen living in Langley City.

Pellet gun prompts Langley RCMP to respond

A report of a firearm drew a large number of officers to Langley City.