A New Westminster cat found its way home in a rather roundabout way.
A non-profit childcare provider is being sought to offers services in the Queensborough Community Centre.
Royal City residents can help a good cause - and keep the kids busy for part of spring break - at the Cops for Cancer hockey game.
Do you support the city's plan to put money into reserves to pay for future projects like Canada Games Pool and Massey Performing Arts Theatre? Do you want the city to reduce the tax increase from the proposed 2.9 per cent hike? What do you think of the city's plan to set money aside this year to minimize the financial impacts of Anvil Centre in future years?
The City of New Westminster is teaming up with the Justice Institute of British Columbia and the New Westminster School District to give youth a chance to experience firefighting.
Queens borough residents are anxiously awaiting the opening of a new-and-improved community centre.
A number of casino-funded capital projects will be considered, completed or constructed in 2013.
The City of New Westminster is working through a process to find a new city administrator.
Coun. Bill Harper believes organizations should be able to book events at Westminster Pier Park.
Queensborough residents are anxiously awaiting the completion of the new-and-improved community centre.
There's no shortage of events to get you out-and-about in the Royal City on this first full weekend of fall. We're continuing with our popular feature - our staff's Top 5 (Or More) Things To Do This Weekend.
The Royal Columbian Hospital Foundation is looking for donors and sponsors to help raise $1.5 million for equipment needed at the hospital.
Mark your calendars for the annual Seniors' and Family Festival coming up next month. The City of New Westminster's yearly festival showcases entertainment, a kids' zone and info booths for community resources for seniors and families.
On the same night the board of education was discussing its $2.8 million budget deficit, the school district released the annual salary of the school district's three biggest earners...
Royal City residents are invited to light up the night at the Lantern Festival in the 'Boro.
Someone recently showed me a Twitter comment accompanied by a photo of construction activity and jokingly suggesting that the official bird of New Westminster should be "the crane."
Summer's heating up in the Royal City and there's no shortage of things to do. We're continuing with our popular feature - our staff's Top 5 (Or More) Things To Do This Weekend. For the weekend of Aug. 10 to 12, we suggest:
The City of New Westminster has yet to determine how much money it's taking out of pocket of money meant for a pedestrian crossing to Queensborough and dock improvements at the Quay.
Royal City residents will be celebrating the grand reopening of Megan's Place playground in Ryall Park this weekend.