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Putting up a good front

The old LL Brome building at 91 Lakeside has been lovingly restored over the past two years. Michael Losey and Lise Champagne acquired the...

Garden Club welcomes new members

Brome Lake Garden Club  The Brome Lake Garden Club was founded in 1985 by two enthusiastic and knowledgeable gardeners John Mitchell and Donald Miller. They...

Local pharmacists are there for you

Lorraine Briscoe and Susan Jacques  The Town of Brome Lake and surrounding municipalities are fortunate to have the services of two pharmacies that have the...

Thank you to local politicians

Local politicians get a lot of flak. They can't visit a grocery store without someone accosting them about one problem or another. Fine, they...

A new theatre in East Bolton

The Bistro du Rucher, with 45 seats, is planning intimate concerts in Bolton East. The Bistro du Rucher will present: • Robin Grenon and Gisèle...

Local Coffee Success

A year ago, VirginHill, the local coffee roaster, broke ground on its most ambitious project yet: to build and operate a coffee drive-through. How...

Would you like to sing?

Soprano, tenor and bass voices being sought to complete a small ensemble of good level amateur singers (8 persons.) Musical and theatrical show planned...

Tempo: Part-time job

Interested in a part time paid job, learning new skills while working with a team that cares about their community? Publications Tempo Inc. is seeking...

Goal surpassed at Cancer Walk

The Cancer Walk surpassed its goal by raising $102,210 for the Brome-Mississquoi-Perkins Hospital Foundation. The campaign organized by the Yamaska Valley Optimist Club ran...

Dr. Roper leaves medical clinic

It was with sadness that patients learned of Dr. Gordon Roper’s decision to leave the Knowlton Medical Clinic due to a career change. It...