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A busy, successful, summer soccer season

A busy summer soccer season has come and gone in Brome Lake. Another excellent enrollment paved the way for a very successful season and...

More heavy horses at Brome Fair

Weather favoured the Brome Fair this year, with only brief periods of intense rain, and attendance was 40,000, up 5,000 from last year. The heavy...

Mont Foster controversy hopefully coming to an end

On Saturday, September 8, 50 to 55 people gathered at the West Bolton Town Hall to hear about a conditional agreement by the Appalachian...

Les Habitations du Marché

This new residential project will consist of fifteen houses, be adjacent to the community gardens, and will have access to town services. The houses, between...

Knowlton Literary Festival returns this October

Book the dates now. The Knowlton Literary Festival will return for its 9th season starting Thursday, October 11 and continuing to Sunday, October 14....

Major changes at Theatre Lac Brome

After 28 years, Nicolas Pynes is out as Director General of Theatre Lac Brome. Did he jump or was he pushed? Sources claim he was...

Up to 20% savings if Bromont and TBL share police services

Knowlton, Aug. 30 - In a joint press conference the mayors of Bromont, Louis Villeneuve, and of Brome Lake Richard Burcombe told the campaigning...

Brome Fair: let’s go!

There should be more bunnies than ever at the Big Brome Fair this year. For the first time, the rabbit section is ‘sanctioned’ which...

World Class results for Knowlton Rowing Club

This summer, you may have seen some of Aviron Knowlton Rowing Club’s (AKR) 55 club rowers on the lake near the Marina. But you...

National Literacy event returns to Knowlton

Peter Gzowski Invitational Quebec will host a ‘Lob for Literacy’ tournament at Lions Park, and evening Gala at the Centre Lac- Brome on Saturday,...