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Creating a future with no limits

Local group offers support for blind children and youth

Spring break fun at the library

Looking for some creative ways to enliven the spring break week? Look no further than the New Westminster Public Library. Drop in to the Spring Break Fun program Break it Down and Build it Up on Tuesday, March 20 at 10:30 a.m. for ages four to 10.

Church marks milestone

You will be hearing a lot of references to 1862 this year, as that was the date the Royal Columbian Hospital opened its doors 150 years ago.

What's up this weekend?

Spring is almost in the air, and the days get longer starting Sunday when we turn our clocks forward. We're continuing with our popular feature - our staff's Top 5 (Or More) Things To Do This Weekend.

Plan your vegetable garden

QUESTION: I could really use some advice on how to get the most out of my very limited garden. It is long, narrow and inside a retaining wall. Tomatoes do very well. I have tried planting chives, cabbage, cucumber, mint, peppers, pumpkin and carrots.

Royal City go-getter

New Westminster resident Melissa Balfour is passionate about the Royal City and the causes that are near and dear to her heart, including veganism, animal rights and food empowerment. She blogs about these and other topics at www.thehungrytaurus.

City hospital's annual gala on this week

RCH Foundation hopes to raise thousands at fifth annual SHINE gala on Thursday

'If I was rich, I'd be considered eccentric'

Cheryl Rogers is a relative newbie to Queensborough, having moved to the island community in 1993.

A powerful part of the city's history

his year's Heritage Week theme is Power T- Looking at Energy in British Columbia, A Powerful Past, A Sustainable Future.

What's happening in the city this weekend?

We're continuing with our popular feature - our staff's Top 5 (Or More) Things To Do This Weekend. This Feb.