Matthew Claxton

Aldergrove chef sentenced to seven years for million-dollar drug operation

Raymon Ranu has been working as a cook since he was arrested for selling fentanyl and cocaine

Langley marijunana firms see mergers, new ventures

Firms are still expanding as legalized cannabis is less than a year old

Neighbours worry about North Langley marijuana greenhouse

The owner says odours and light will be controlled

Homeless woman unsuccessful in lawsuit against government

A Langley homeless woman tried to sue Victoria and Ottawa

Parking lot blackout at Langley Memorial Hospital a serious issue, say nurses

Fraser Health says the electrical issue has been fixed

New road planned for downtown Brookswood

41st Avenue could be extended east of 200th Street

Fewer parking spaces planned for Langley Memorial

The rebuilt ER will likely mean fewer spaces, farther from the main entrance

Pedestrian plunges onto Langley driver’s truck from overpass

A Washington State teenager died in the incident on I-5 on Sunday.

Fort Langley Air has one foot planted in Pitt Meadows

The float plane charter and training service has two homes on either side of the river

Langley suspects linked to stolen car, credit cards, cellphone

Police have released surveillance photos of people allegedly linked to several recent crimes

Store owner’s tip led police to suspect in Langley burglary

RCMP have arrested a woman on outstanding warrants

Kitten season brings felines in need of new homes to Langley shelter

Hundreds of kittens are expected to pass through LAPS in the next few months

Mental health stigma next target of Langley Human Dignity Coalition

The group is trying to raise awareness at an upcoming forum

Gas price hikes another obstacle for Lower Mainland’s Volunteer Cancer Drivers

The non-profit group is hoping to find new donors through a fundraising campaign

Crash with semi snarls Langley highway traffic

No deaths were reported from the three-vehicle pileup

SASSY Awards recognize Langley’s outstanding youths

Six young people were given scholarships for their contributions to the community

MLA Rich Coleman apologizes for comparing ALR rule changes to Nazi oppression

Rich Coleman was speaking on a bill that changes farmland regulations

Langley’s real estate market shows signs of life

Langley may be doing better than some of its neighbours

Fort residents love heritage, concerned about truck traffic in recent survey

The annual survey by a local community group found the same themes emerged repeatedly