Artists are getting a chance to show their wares, demonstrate their skills and build their self-esteem in New Westminster.
A new twist has been added to one of the Royal City's oldest traditions.
Belated birthday greetings to longtime New Westminster resident Marguerite Robertson, who recently celebrated her 106th birthday.
The city's new MLA is hard at work trying to get set for her new job.
Uptown New Westminster is going digital to create a stronger identity for the neighbourhood.
Action will be taken to address affordable housing in New Westminster.
The City of New Westminster is applying to vary its own sign bylaw.
Uptown Property Group is aiming to offer a "complete retail environment" in uptown New Westminster.
The newly expanded Queensborough Community Centre is open for business.
An outdoor art exhibition that features world-class international sculptures and performances could be coming to New Westminster.
Saturday, May 18...Second Time Around market, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Holy Trinity Cathedral, 514 Carnarvon St. For information and table rentals, call Richard at 604-521-8382 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lookout Emergency Aid Society clients are drumming up support - so they can keep drumming.
The City of New Westminster is no longer designating specific breeds of dogs as vicious or dangerous.
When the dust settled Tuesday night, the B.C. Liberals had won 50 seats and the NDP had won 33 seats, while an independent and Green candidate each won a single seat. NDP candidate Judy Darcy was elected as New Westminster's MLA, although the Liberals shocked many political pundits and polls by winning a majority government.
New Westminster Liberal candidate Hector Bremner wasn't surprised in the least to see his party top the polls on election night.
New Westminster stuck with tradition and elected an NDP MLA to the legislature in Victoria.
A number of community groups and businesses took a spin around the Royal City to support life-saving research.
Organizers of Spring Cleaning for your Mind, Body and Soul are grateful to the community for its "amazing support."
A New Westminster city councillor is hoping city council will oppose a coal expansion proposal across the river.