Matthew Claxton

Langley Youth Hub on track to open soon

The youth center and shelter is now nearing completion.

Suspicious blaze guts car in Langley City

RCMP are investigating and looking for a suspect vehicle.

VIDEO: New museums, community centre, condos proposed for Fort Langley

A new Township proposal is expected to go public this week.

Langley residents alarmed by false missile alert in Hawaii

Travellers from Langley were also told they were in danger and should take shelter.

Wall Farm development stalled over highway upgrades

The project can’t begin until a highway interchange is rebuilt.

Aldergrove police raid nets stolen cars, drugs

A Maple Ridge man was arrested by Langley RCMP in Abbotsford.

Second accused in $6 million fraud set for trial

A Surrey man faces a fraud charge in a decade-old case.

Land key ingredient for some of Langley’s most expensive lots

BC Assessment has released the values of the most expensive properties in the City and Township.

No charges after SPCA investigates Langley hobby farm

SPCA officers have spoken to the owner and caretakers.

Building boom continues for Langley condos

More than 6,000 units of townhouses and condos are planned for development in the near future.

Two suspected armed robbers arrested

Police say the men used what appeared to be guns to hold up three local businesses.

Langley farm under SPCA investigation

The animal protection group has already met with the farm’s owners.

UPDATED: Langley shelter still turning away homeless on cold nights

Up to seven people have been turned away during bad weather.

Raw sewage flooded Langley City daycare

The new business owner is facing a hefty repair bill.

New lawyer for man charged in Langley double murder

Travis MacPhail is expected back in court in February.

Fire displaces Aldergrove family of eight

The pre-Christmas fire has sent the family looking for new lodgings.

Langley ice rink gets green upgrade

A provincial grant will partially fund a heat pump.

Election rumblings: What councillors had to say about running in Langley

We asked sitting City and Township councillors if they will run for re-election.

Polar bears prepare for Langley’s New Year plunge

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

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.