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Be a Christmas angel

The Yamaska Valley Optimist Club, as it has for many years, is working to “Bring out the Best in Kids” with its Angel program....

Property value at all time high in TBL

The real estate popularity of the Town of Brome Lake is now reflected in its overall assessment value. The total value of all the...

Local and eco-friendly products available

Putting together small agricultural producers from Brome- Missisquoi who share ecological and humane values, gave rise to the Coop Terroir Solidaire, explains Laurence Levasseur...

Bright Lights of Broadway

Knowlton Players will be presenting Bright Lights of Broadway at Theatre Lac Brome. From Oklahoma to Les Miz, this show will bring you on a...

Coming up at the BCHS Museum

from Press Release There is lots of activity these days at the museum. Jeremy Reeves, Collections Management Intern, is working on a project, funded by Pacte...

Time to get flu shot

By Meredith MacKeen Flu vaccinations are available, for admissible individuals, at both Knowlton pharmacies and the CLSC at Centre Lac-Brome. Appointments are needed for all...

Deer Hunting season 2018

The deer hunting season timetable for Zone 5 is as follows: • Rifle (+ crossbow) November 3 – November 18 • Black Powder (+crossbow) November 24...

Congratulations Meredith

By Claire Kerrigan Meredith Chilton, a resident of Papineau Rd in TBL for the past nine years, was invested as a Member of the Order...

Trestle Cove footbridges get special funding

It has been, for decades, the talk of many TBL councils. Now, it seems to be getting closer to reality. The reality being a path...

BMP cancer walk fundraiser keeps on growing

Four hundred people, from newborns in strollers to spry seniors, went on the cancer walk raising $84,000 for the Brome- Missisquoi-Perkins Foundation. There were five...