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Brome Lake and its scenery inspires designer

A Brome Lake resident for just over a year, Marie-Claude Hevey is a designer that creates  the images and patterns printed on the fabric...

Pickleball fever hits Brome Lake

This past spring, a new sport appeared in Brome Lake. Pickleball combines elements of tennis, table tennis and badminton and attracts players from 40...

Tick talk

by Meredith MacKeen Ticks and Lyme disease are an unfortunate reality in this area, and it is worthwhile to learn about precautions to take. To...

Renewing the vitality of downtown

Can we expand the conversation about renewing the vitality of downtown to include the human and social aspects for what attracts people and commerce?...

Starting Literacy at a Young Age

Pettes Memorial Library is testing Croque Livres, a new literacy program at CPE Passerelle des mousses, one of TBL’s daycare centers. “Having lots of books...

An antiques tour

A new regional tourist map for antique and second-hand dealers was announced at the launching of the tourist season on June 7th 2017. The...

The needs of seniors and how to meet them

communiqué  Under the heading Municipalité Amie des Aînés (MADA), TBL is working to develop a policy aimed at residents aged 65 and over. Quebec’s Ministère de...

Looking Up

Paul Luc Girard, special contribution  Regular companions of our Summer nights are Deneb, Vega and Altair, the brightest stars of the CYGNUS, LYRA and AQUILA...

CIDI-99.1
 The heart of the Townships

Imagine a community radio station with soft rock and country music, news from Knowlton, Sutton and Cowansville and everything in between, interviews with local...

Sleek modernist space

If the new $850,000 Theatre Lac-Brome extension faced Knowlton's main drag, it would cause a sensation. Instead, the sleek modernist space designed by Montreal...