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How to pick between fresh or dry herbs

Many consumers, without herb gardens of their own, will choose to purchase dried herbs more frequently than fresh due to cost and convenience.
Building a bridge for animal lovers

Building a bridge for animal lovers

Local entrepreneurs used the "rainbow bridge" idea to come up with unique pieces
Firefighter dodging for diabetes

Firefighter dodging for diabetes

Jeff Cartwright is used to attending emergencies, but nothing prepared him for a life-changing health diagnosis in his own family. Last summer, the New Westminster firefighter learned his son Liam has Type 1 diabetes.

Battling beetles

Question: We have a snowball bush about 40 years old, and for the past three to four years, we have been fighting a black worm on the leaves. We have tried Sticky Foot around the trunk and numerous sprayings of insecticidal soap and nothing helps.
River's Reach customer appreciation party a huge success

River's Reach customer appreciation party a huge success

A 'huggable' hero from New Westminster

As the lone Canadian to be selected as a 2012 Build-A-Bear Workshop Huggable Hero, New Westminster's Ceilidh Millar will soon be heading to world bearquarters.
Driven by a lifelong love for cars

Driven by a lifelong love for cars

Corvette owner says he got bitten by the car bug at early age
Creating beauty in the garden

Creating beauty in the garden

City hospital gets big boost in funds

The ongoing effort to raise funds for the multipurpose interventional suite at Royal Columbian Hospital got another big boost recently.

Bakery joins the fight against cancer

A local bakery donated some of its Sunday sales to the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation. Sheila Comer, owner of Pink Ribbon Bakery, held a fundraiser for the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation on Sunday, June 24.