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Clematis, blueberries raise questions

QUESTION: Last summer someone cut down my clematis leaving two bare vines a foot long, but it is now growing up my stairwell again. Two months ago, new shoots emerged.

New Westminster knitters celebrate their second year with Knit In the Park Day

Knitting is back. New Westminster's community knitting group, Knit 1, Take 2, is planning to show that in style by celebrating its secondary anniversary and Knit In the Park Day on Sunday, Sept. 18 in Queen's Park.
Urban Farmers Fall Fair celebrates Queensborough's roots

Urban Farmers Fall Fair celebrates Queensborough's roots

Share your city

New Westminster, here's your chance to share your favourite moments in the Royal City. The Record's online reader-submitted photo galleries have been growing in size and popularity.

Joining forces for fresh, local food

Royal City Farmers' Market, River Market set to partner for winter season
Paper Postcards: September 2011

Paper Postcards: September 2011

Historic Jewish-inspired tour coming to New West

Ever wondered about the historical Jewish connection to New Westminster? Then an upcoming walking tour is for you. The tour is presented by the Jewish Museum & Archives of B.C.

Purpose applies for permit

The Sapperton Pensioners Hall could soon be catering to a more youthful crowd. The Lower Mainland Purpose Society for Youth and Families has applied for a temporary use permit that would enable it to use the hall at 318 Keary St.

City has 'fiery' past

As we have noted a number of times this year, New Westminster Fire and Rescue Services is celebrating its 150-year anniversary.
Going to bat for those fighting addiction

Going to bat for those fighting addiction

The Door Slam slo-pitch tournament hit a home run for folks who are recovering from drug and alcohol addictions. The Last Door Recovery Society held its annual tournament at Moody Park on the weekend.
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