Matthew Claxton

Sunny Community Day brings out crowds in Langley City

The 24th edition of the annual public party was held in Douglas Park.

UPDATED: Christian university loses law school case in Supreme Court

The court found that Langley’s TWU would have limited access to the legal profession unfairly.

Harvesting Langley’s backyard bounty

The annual Langley Community Harvest is looking for volunteers, donors – and ladders.

Fraser Valley ball hockey players heading for golds

The local league’s champions will go to the provincials.

Lawsuit claims Langley developer diverted funds

Money was spent at the Apple Store and cash withdrawals, say court documents.

WATCH: Dry weather means grass fires

Firefighters have been responding to a number of fires already this year.

UPDATE: Suspect in double-attempted murder manhunt arrested near Oliver

A 73-year-old is in custody after an attack in Aldergrove.

Strawberry season starts in Lower Mainland

The weather has been good for local farms in the Langley area.

Livestream shows endangered spotted owls raising chick

A pair of owls is fostering a new chick this spring.

VIDEO: Volunteers, students pitch in to help protect homes in flood zone

Volunteer teens filled sandbags on the Kwantlen and Katzie reserves.

UPDATED: Feces-flinging woman attacks Langley Tim Hortons staff

RCMP arrested the woman after the incident.

Supportive housing advocates hope Langley project proceeds

A new round of public talks on the project are underway.

Young candidate declares run for Langley Township council

Michael Pratt is known for helping create a local memorial to the fallen.

Buyers hope for court win in Langley condo case

An appeal has been scheduled for pre-sale buyers in the Murrayville House case.

Council okays last Willoughby neighbourhood plan

Township councillors debated green roofs and grocery stores Monday night.

UPDATED: Langley parents riled after son’s Halloween photos used in anti-SOGI speech

Culture Guard’s Kari Simpson has been using a former student’s photo in presentations.

Lower Mainland firm wants to revolutionize robotics

A new technology could make robots cheaper, faster, and better, said the firm’s CTO.

Judgment levied in Langley mushroom skimming

A court has fined a man who made off with thousands worth of mushrooms

B.C. Hells Angels invited to rally by anti-SOGI organizer

The Culture Guard group has helped Hells Angels in the past, said its executive director.

Mud, sweat, and tears in Lower Mainland high school’s Tough Eagle

Students at R.E. Mountain flung themselves into an obstacle course Friday.