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“They think it’s a disease for old people” Abigaël Walker takes on Childhood Arthritis

“They think it’s a disease for old people” Abigaël Walker takes on Childhood Arthritis

—  10 March 2016

When Abigaël Walker was six years old, she had what at first glance seemed like a very bad…

RCHS documentary on Scots heritage screening at Wales Home this evening

RCHS documentary on Scots heritage screening at Wales Home this evening

—  3 March 2016

The Richmond County Historical Society recently completed a documentary, Scots Heritage in…

Local barber shop has a brush with the OQLF: language watchdog banged up about English signage

Local barber shop has a brush with the OQLF: language watchdog banged up about English signage

—  2 March 2016

Last Thursday, Bonnie-Lee Beaucage got a visit from the Office Québécois de la Langue Française…

The eagles have landed

The eagles have landed

—  1 March 2016

More and more Townshippers are reporting sightings of bald eagles in the area, a resurgence…

March is maple month

March is maple month

—  23 February 2016

Throughout the month of March The Record will celebrate the time honoured tradition of sugaring…

Wendy Hughes: Queen of Quebec

—  19 February 2016

When Wendy Hughes went with a friend to the Lennoxville TOPS club, she had one simple goal.…

Bélanger to succeed Bibeau at Sherbrooke Science Museum

—  16 February 2016

Having lost its former Director General to the 2015 Federal Election in October, The Sherbrooke…

Community Aid gets a helping hand

Community Aid gets a helping hand

—  15 February 2016

In what has become an ongoing tradition for the Waterville/North Hatley Legion, a $200 donation…

drew drives with safety in mind

drew drives with safety in mind

—  8 February 2016

The world is made up of all different types of people. There are those who gravitate to the…

Sherbrooke celebrates Super Bowl 50 responsibly, police say

—  8 February 2016

Sherbrooke Police spokesperson Philippe dubois said a roadblock set up between 10-11:10 p.m.…