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Local churches ring with colourful history

Christmas is a time of churches. After houses, barns, mills and shops, the early settlers to these parts built churches, and many of them...
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Wellness services available

The Wellness Volunteer Centre of Town of Brome Lake has been helping community seniors since 1987. It would like to help more. “It’s been...
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West Bolton farming group getting off the ground

The West Bolton Agricultural Group (WBAG) was born out of a fantastic idea. Create a partnership of West Bolton people who want to make...

Police services review

TBL and Bromont are in discussion about joining police services in the hope of reducing their respective costs. Peter Stone was Police Chief in...

Young local entrepreneurs

A dozen years ago Louis-Martin Jussaume was a schoolboy at École St. Edouard in Knowlton. Today the successful 22-year old entrepreneur flies to China...

A navy vet living in the Glen

Gilbert Smith was 19 years old when he sailed on the Corvette HMCS Frontenac, escorting convoys from Newfoundland to Northern Ireland. His job on...

TBL to take over water and sewage in mobile homes park

After years of controversy and notices from the Department of the Environment against its owner, the West Brome mobile homes park will finally get...

Bountiful gardens

Green thumbs prevailed in the first-ever growing season at Knowlton's community organic gardens, on the former site of the municipal garage on Mount Echo...

Largest Canadian Elderberry farm right here

Many of us driving along the road between Knowlton and Cowansville must have wondered why the Highland cattle disappeared and were replaced with neat...

Duck Farm to stay and rebuild

“Our activities are in Brome Lake, we are Brome Lake Ducks and we will rebuild and remain in Town of Brome Lake,” said the...