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Brome Fair goes from strength to strength

Last year the attendance for Brome Fair hit a record of 48,000. This was up from 41,000 in 2015 and 36,000 in 2014.We met...

Jacques Cantin retires

Jacques Cantin, our local UPS driver retires after 28 years of delivering parcels to our community.“I am going to miss his cute legs in...

Brome Lake rowers win medals

At the Canada Games in August, Marilou Duvernay-Tardif and Anna Burnotte won gold in the double sculls. Marilou also won silver in the single...

Countdown to Nov. 5 municipal elections

Election Day, on Sunday Nov. 5 is coming up in all 1,100 Quebec cities and municipalities in order to elect 8000 representatives whose duty...

Public Works – Victoria Street & Mill Pond Plaza

The tilting sidewalks on Victoria won’t be replaced until next year. Town Council didn’t like the look of the bids to do the $2.2-...

A $35M investment in TBL?

A pig slaughterhouse in TBL is far from a done deal but it is raising a lot of questions. TBL is assessing a $35M...

Knowlton excited by Clintons’ visit August 16

By Guy CôteWhile the Clintons were the guests of Louise Penny at Hovey Manor, North Hatley, she hosted a dinner for them at Kirk...

Duck Festival aims for repeat of 2016 success

For its 22nd edition, the Duck Festival will ride the coat tails of its 2016 success, and be held on just the weekend of...

Testing the lake’s water

When Douglass Beach closed for a day on July 19, many wondered how such a facility could be closed so quickly and for such...

Walk for Women’s Cancers

This year’s walk, hosted by The Yamaska Valley Optimist Club, on Sunday, October 1, will start and finish from the Brome Lake Community Center...