Tilbury businesses are encouraging new and experienced cyclists to take the two-wheeled option during Bike to Work Week, May 27 to June 2.
A baby goose is recovering today with a broken leg after it was attacked by a group of children Monday at Barnet Marine Park in Burnaby.
It seems it's time to bring you up to speed on a few openings and an annual general meeting that might be worth adding to your calendar.
In any vote for the most popular food crop, tomatoes would win every time-and if you can keep their foliage dry and give them lots of warmth, food, water and sun, they're easy to grow and very productive.
Local farmers are feeling the sting as a shortage of honeybee hives seems poised to hurt their crops this coming season.
Still recuperating from a busy weekend tending to The Willows apartment fire victims, the Mission Fire Rescue Service faced another challenging fire outbreak Tuesday afternoon, as a fallen hydro line ignited an underground natural gas main, leaving 3,300 residents without power and forcing the evacuation of a neighbourhood.
Home monitoring is a growing market that could be worth $60 billion by 2017, according to Juniper Research, and a Burnaby-based company is getting in on it.
While dozens of breweries seem to be popping up everywhere else in the Lower Mainland, Burnaby is finally getting one of its very own.
THE season of the garden is in full swing and as spring wanders along people are busily planting their gardens to provide interest, fragrance and flavour.
WHILE recently perusing the list of winners in one food magazine's "best of" awards, I was struck by an anomaly in the "Neighbourhood Gem" category.
The National Energy Board approved a tolling application linked to Kinder Morgan's pipeline expansion plan last Thursday.
The Burnaby NOW ran some incorrect information in a story titled Nailbiters in Burnaby race, in the May 15 provincial election edition. The story states that Liberal MLA Richard Lee beat New Democrat Mondee Redman in the 2009 election by 825 votes. According to the final results, Redman lost by only 548.
Action will be taken to address affordable housing in New Westminster.
Join in and have some fun with Who Am I? Who Am I? is part of a twice-weekly TIMES contest, where readers are asked to identify people from this community’s distant and recent past.
What do CBC Radio 3 personality Grant Lawrence, Vancouver punk rocker Joey Keithley and Old Yale Brewing Company have in common?
A Sto: lo woman's nine-year fight over a few hundred sockeye salmon has ended with an absolute discharge and a payout for most of the fish confiscated.
A gunman has been robbing people at cash machines on the peninsula.
Chilliwack Mounties are on the lookout for the man who held up a flower vendor at knifepoint last Tuesday.
THOMAS Dignum is among the Lower Mainland residents going to bat for the B.C. Children's Hospital Foundation next weekend at a fundraising slo-pitch tournament.