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Plenty of eReading options

Want to take the library with you on your smartphone? Check out the New Westminster Public Library's eLibrary page at elibrary.php for some mobile options.

Senior B Caps nipped in overtime

The Royal City Capitals missed an opportunity to move up in the West Coast Senior Lacrosse Association standings following an 11-10 overtime loss to Langley at George Preston Arena on Tuesday.

BLRC coach to head senior B.C. team

Burnaby Lake Rugby Club's defensive coach Jim Dixon was named the head coach of the B.C. senior men's provincial team. Dixon, originally from New Zealand, helped Burnaby Lake reach the finals of both the premier men's division and the Div. 1.

Police seize marijuana plants from New Westminster residence

More than 150 marijuana plants were seized yesterday (June 13) after police executed a search warrant at a home on 20th Street in New Westminster. According to Staff Sgt. Paul Hyland, officers entered the home at 10 a.m.

Driving back in history

While the automobile is an important part of both our transportation needs and our culture, it is also a target and focus of those who dislike anything and everything about it.

For Father's Day take dad out on a special paddlewheeler cruise

Whether you're interested in community engagement, arts events, environmental initiatives or treasure hunting, there's something in store for you on this Father's Day weekend.

School district's biz company could fold

The New Westminster school district's controversial business company faces an uncertain future since the provincial government introduced sweeping changes meant to tighten regulations for running offshore schools.

Metro Vancouver wants local residents to conserve water

Metro Vancouver is reminding New Westminster residents to be water-conscious this summer. According to a Metro Vancouver press release, demand for water doubles during the summer, especially on hot days.
Hopes for heritage demolished

Hopes for heritage demolished

Residents of the Queen's Park neighbourhood who live near 221 Third Ave. are lamenting the loss of what they say was a heritage home that should have been preserved.

Digging herself out of debt

At just 27, Cait Flanders knows what it's like to be buried in debt and to dig your way out of it. The New Westminster resident chronicled her two-year journey, which started with a $28,115 debt load, on her Blonde on a Budget blog.
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