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NWSS grad writes his own future

In our final in a series of profiles about the Class of 2011, meet Julian Legere

Bridge repairs on track

Southern Railway of B.C. is aiming to resume shipping goods across the crippled rail bridge between Queensborough and the rail yards next to New Westminster Quay by the end of the month.

Teen summer reading club heats up at library

Even though the weather hasn't cooperated, things are really heating up at the library.
Family honoured in river Hall of Fame

Family honoured in river Hall of Fame

New Westminster's Fraser River Discovery Centre has named its 2011 inductee to the Fraser River Hall of Fame.

Victorian home hit by fire

Former rooming house damaged in blaze that's considered suspicious

New Westminster rail bridge repairs moving fast

Southern Railway of B.C. is aiming to resume shipping goods across the crippled rail bridge between Queensborough and the rail yards next to New Westminster Quay by the end of the month.

New Westminster school trustee Casey Cook appointed new WLA commissioner

Longtime New Westminster resident Casey Cook was appointed Tuesday as the new Western Lacrosse Association commissioner.

Deadline coming fast for former New Westminster Woodlands school residents to claim cash

Former residents of the infamous Woodlands school in New Westminster are being reminded that a deadline to apply for a cash settlement as part of a class-action lawsuit is fast approaching.

New Westminster M.D. awarded

The British Columbia Medical Association has named a New Westminster doctor with over 40 years of practice in the Royal City as the inaugural recipient of its Physician Leadership award. Dr.

New Westminster heritage house fire deemed suspicious

An 1885 house in the Brow of the Hill neighbourhood was hit by a suspicious fire Tuesday night. A neighbour called 911 after noticing the fire at the home at 214 Ash St. about 10:30 p.m. on July 12.