Victoria Day will be on Monday, May 20. Once again the celebration will be highlighted locally by the Ancient and Honourable Hyack Anvil Battery, which will fire the traditional "21 gun" anvil salute to Queen Elizabeth II and to the memory of Queen Victoria.
Winners of the ONE Prize will waste no time in getting to work on projects in New Westminster.
It's been more than 11 years since the first New Westminster's DiverseCity Multicultural Festival, and with a decade of celebrating the city's diversity behind us it's time to ask just how diverse is New Westminster?
future Special Olympian from New Westminster has inspired an upcoming fundraiser at the AColumbia Theatre.
They're exquisitely beautiful, some of them sing like little angels and they can be as intelligent as a five-year-old child.
The Hyack float is batting a thousand early in the festival season.
It's Mother's Day weekend and a wonderful time to enjoy the many entertainment and community offerings in the Royal City. We're continuing with our popular feature, The Record's Top Five (or More) Things to Do This Weekend and offer the following suggestions for the May 10 to 12 weekend.
Mike Warn has logged plenty of kilometres to develop into an elite goalkeeper. Now that commitment is taking him to South Carolina this fall.
The city blocks surrounding the corner of Columbia and Eighth Streets have been a major focus of the downtown story since the city plan was first surveyed. This corner has always been a well-connected site.
The Vagabond Players are closing their theatre season with a thriller this year.
It's been one year since well-known local music producer Todd Simko passed away.
Feb. 13 was Richard Clement Moody's 200th birthday.
A team of 51 from the City of New Westminster took to the streets of Vancouver April 21 for the Sun Run and enjoyed an impressive result.
The New Westminster Early and Middle Childhood Development Committee is inviting local families to celebrate spring.
Monday, April 22...Codependents Anonymous Freedom Group, a 12-step program for men and women who want healthier more functional relationships with themselves and others.
What started in 1978 as an inmate work program continues to be a vital part of B.C. waterways’ ecosystem in Maple Ridge and beyond.
After more than two months of creative collaboration, local youth and seniors are ready to showcase their results at a public gala celebration at Century House on April 17.
St. Thomas More Collegiate's Darthe Capellan won the gold medal at 50 kilograms at the Canadian juvenile wrestling championships in Saskatoon this weekend.
Re: One-lane Bailey Bridge possible, The Record, April 3.