Matthew Claxton

Auction allows buyers to bid on bouncy castles

A Langley auction house is hosting an inflatables auction this weekend.

B.C. sex offender’s appeal of own guilty pleas denied

An appeal court dismissed an attempt to toss out earlier guilty pleas by a convicted offender.

Contentious Lower Mainland condo project under investigation: RCMP

Police in Langley are looking into a condo project that suffered delays and lawsuits.

Lower Mainland condo developer under RCMP investigation

Court heard that a builder violated his bail by flying to Mexico.

Safe Place campaign for LGBTQ residents expanding to Fraser Valley

A local program will turn stores and civic buildings into safe havens.

UPDATE: Gas price war fizzling out?

One station is offering gas for 119.9, the lowest in the Lower Mainland.

Standards sought for B.C. animal shelters and rescues

Lower Mainland animal rescue groups are working together on a major project.

Extradition hearing wraps for Lower Mainland developer

A judge will rule next month on extradition for Mark Chandler.

VIDEO: Cupcake Day means financial treat for dogs and cats

The annual fundraiser will help shelters like Langley’s Patti Dale Animal Shelter.

Marijuana dispensaries hit with more than $200,000 in fines

Langley Township has closed several dispensaries with daily tickets.

Car show policing costs plunged at new location

Langley Township’s lower estimate of RCMP costs is one reason the show will stay in Aldergrove.

Court hears FBI evidence against B.C. developer

A Lower Mainland condo developer is awaiting a ruling on extradition to the U.S.

Cat saved by new Langley vet fund

A local feline is back home after lifesaving surgery.

Flight museum wants to bring a Lancaster to Langley

The Second World War bomber could be reassmbled here, if the museum wins its bid for the plane.

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.

Supreme Court rules in case involving Langley firm

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

UPDATED: Byelection lawsuit cost Langley City $27,000

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

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

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