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Municipal Elections on November 7

It is time to start thinking of the upcoming municipal elections, especially if you are planning to run as a candidate for mayor or...

Businesses to pique your interest

Lizette Gilday Inspired by the tradition of Korean tea rooms, Michael Cichon has created a small tearoom, Live Like Water, at 573 Missisquoi in East...

Sweet transfer

Meredith Mackeen Lynn Matthews, owner of La Vie Sucrée smiles as Tamara Hamelin prepares to take over the business under the new name of La...

Curator at BCHS is moving on

As Peter White, President of the Brome County Historical Society says: “We have been extremely fortunate to have Jeremy Reeves as our curator for...

Library launches a $1.5M fundraising campaign for its expansion

Submitted by the Pettes Memorial Library Board “This is a once-in-a-generation project’’ said Pettes Memorial Library Chair, Jane Livingston at the formal launch of the...

Aquatic plants in Brome lake: should we be concerned?

Christian Roy, Renaissance Lac Brome Aquatic plants play several important roles: they absorb phosphorus and release oxygen while serving as feeding and spawning grounds and...

The appeal of this area

Laurence Fleury I was asked by Tempo to explain my motivations for moving to the Town of Brome Lake. It was luck that brought me here....

Seasonal dining in the great outdoors

Summer is here with the return of seasonal dining. Canteen Paul Hébert has parked its food truck at the Hebert farm on Glen Road in...

Caring for the lake over 50 years

By Peter Wade  As far back as 1968 it was reported in Brome Lake News that “Pollution Renders Lake Unusable for Second Time in 13...

WB Gold Farm: busy bees and Highland cattle

The buzz of the bees  Nancy Lanteigne and Syed Mohamed own WB Gold farm on Stukely Road in West Bolton.  Initially weekend residents on Bailey...