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New art space in town

You can’t throw an easel without hitting an art gallery in Knowlton. Over the last couple of years, spaces devoted to the sale of paintings,...

Brome Lake’s Christmas bird count results

By Tom Moore Despite predictions by ornithologists and biologists that this would be a big year for northern finches, grosbeaks and redpolls, this year’s bird...

The Sound of Music – a sound engineer’s life

You have very likely heard a recording by John Cameron or attended a concert or other event where he was the sound engineer. John has...

Virgin Hill onwards and upwards

Virgin Hill Coffee Roasters has just relocated from a 5,000 square foot space in Waterloo to a 15,000 square foot space at 770 Lakeside...

Getting greener with brown bins

Tam Davis It’s time to green up. TBL just launched the brown bin composting program adopted by the Brome-Missisquoi MRC to comply with the Quebec...

Small tax increase, services to cost more in TBL

In light of an important increase in property valuations – 9.3% on average – TBL council has limited its impact on property taxes by...

Trestle Cove bridges postponed … again

Do not expect to walk over the Trestle Cove bridges all the way to Foster on the footpath before the month of November. This...

Local winner in Lions Peace Poster contest

BY Errol Fréchette, Knowlton Lions Club Each year, Lions Clubs around the world proudly sponsor the Lions International Peace Poster Contest in local schools and...

Modest tax increase, some services will cost more in TBL

In light of an important increase in property valuations - 9,3% on average-  TBL council has limited  its impact on property taxes by reducing...

Midnight Madness in downtown Knowlton

By Alison Marks Celebrating its twelfth year of shopping and dining excitement, Midnight Madness is a much-awaited event in the heart of Knowlton. People come from...