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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...

A case for peace and quiet

The residents of Cedar Bay Rd. were out in force at the last TBL council meeting to tell council that they do not want...

Historical society holds annual meeting

The Brome County Historical Society (BCHS) continues to strengthen its finances while making substantial investments in its infrastructure and exhibits. This was the core...

New child-centred enterprises

Aging Community. What aging community? Kids and their caregivers are the focus of two new Brome Lake enterprises. Knowlton’s L’Happy Place is dedicated to supporting...

Chambers of Commerce merging

Though the Brome Lake Chamber of Commerce is slated to close down at the end of the year, its incorporation to the Brome-Missisquoi Chamber...

Safety must come first in winter activities on the lake

In all seasons, Brome Lake is a source of beauty and enjoyment. But last month’s fatal accident, which took the life of 76-year-old Shefford...

Ready for our close-up

Thanks to the support of the town, who funded the website, TBL now has a “Film Commission”. The purpose of the Commission is to...

Internexe to upgrade services

Internexe (itéract) plans a significant upgrade in web access for both rural and urban residents of TBL. Up to now, rural customers had to...

World renowned local author honoured

Good news for fans of Louise Penny’s Armand Gamache mysteries. The Knowlton-based author is “coming to the end” of her new book. There are 12...

Details of TBL Town Hall $1.2M facelift

Only five people showed up to find out more and discuss the work to be carried out at TBL Town Hall, this after a...