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Community gardens

The early bird has already caught the worm at the Knowlton community organic gardens. Town of Brome Lake installation co-ordinator Nicolas Boisvert was still getting...

Agreement reached regarding Cedar Bay

A majority of residents of Cedar Bay Rd. have come to an agreement with the Boaters Association and the owner of the lakefront property...

Physio – A growing practice

In the best of all possible worlds, two dedicated Brome Lake physiotherapists would work themselves out of a job. Amy Rogerson and Karine Tcholkyan share...

Tim Hortons and gas outlet coming

Work is well under way on Knowlton Road and, in July 2017, we should see a new Tim Hortons coffee and doughnut shop as...

K. A. Gardens and greenhouse project

In the last three months, this project has raised $21,446, about 35% of the total that will eventually be needed. “This initial funding will help...

Request for high-speed internet subsidies

The MRC Brome-Missisquoi, which comprises 21 municipalities including TBL, will apply to the Quebec and federal governments for subsidies to fund the installation of...

Developments for the 2017 Tour du Lac Brome Merrell

This year Tour du Lac Brome is offering its 39th edition, which makes it one of the oldest road races in Quebec. The tour...

Free-range chickens are coming

By Frederique Lang The growing demand for free range organic eggs could mean a resurgence of backyard chicken coops in the Town of Brome Lake. An industrial-sized...

The sap is flowing

Sugar shack season is here and many families in the area are making incredible maple syrup. For most of them it is a passion...

Early sugaring history

Maple trees provided the sweetener of choice in New France and New England. The settlers learned from the native people of the area. The Abenaki...