Matthew Claxton

Web Poll: Should Langley have tougher tree protection?

Should the Township have an interim tree protection bylaw?

WATCH: Langley sees overpass work finish under budget

The overpass will switch to four lanes in May.

Painful Truth: New nations on the waves can be tricky

Have you ever wanted to be king? So have a lot of other people.

Aldergrove school pleads for return of stolen Olympic torch

Whoever took it can return the item with no consequences, said the principal.

Low-cost loans pondered for Langley’s 208th Street

Council is awaiting a report on how much it would cost to widen 208th Street in Willoughby.

Lawsuit targets Newmark-linked properties

A lake-front house was allegedly bought with Murrayville House loans.

Victoria could overrule Langley Township on abattoir vote

Langley Township council voted against plans for a poultry abattoir in South Langley.

No to temporary tree protection in Langley Township

Council voted down a plan for interim rules to prevent clearcutting lots.

Riders in red serge coming to Langley

The RCMP Musical Ride will perform two shows in Langley this summer.

Gunman startled Murrayville homeowner

Police believe the man with the gun had gone to the wrong house.

UPDATED: Willoughby neighbourhood plan moves to public hearing

The Williams area plan includes a business district, homes, and an urban forest.

Home sales plummet in Langley

Sales were down last month, but prices haven’t budged.

Olympians hosting youth swim courses

Programs are starting up again at the W.C. Blair Pool.

Ride Into History charity needs volunteers

The Fraser Valley event is hoping to find some volunteers now for vital prep work.

Painful Truth: Greed, real estate, and criminals

Crooks with cash have been putting it into Metro Vancouver land.

Throwback Thursday: April 5, 2018

Historic photos can be captioned to win a gift certificate.

RV fire near Fort Langley

Firefighters are on scene.

Firefighters see huge increase in medical calls in Langley City

City firefighters are heading out to 2,000 per cent more medical calls than 17 years ago.

More councillors, former candidates thinking of running for office in Langley

Many Langley City and Township councillors have or will soon declare their intentions.

VIDEO: Alpacas lined up for shearing in Langley

The annual event is open to the public this Friday and Saturday.