Plaque presented for tree planting program

The Village of Merrickville-Wolford was presented with a plaque on Friday to commemorate their involvement in Tree Canada’s special Canada 150 project. Tree Canada...

Council offers financial contribution to Korea Day

Merrickville-Wolford council voted last Monday to contribute $600 towards the Korea Day luncheon that happened on November 16. The $600 was a request from...

Christmas in Merrickville

Photos by Hilary Thomson

Time to talk

As readers will note this week, there has been some confusion in Council about a number of issues and Mayor Nash has been somewhat...

Clarification from Mayor Nash

In an article printed in last week’s paper, it was reported that Mayor David Nash apologized for talking with the Merrickville and District Chamber...

“Come From Away” Fiddler for Christmas in Merrickville

Nova Scotia-born Celtic artist, Anna Ludlow, has been cast as the lead fiddle player in the Broadway hit Come From Away, when it returns...

Smiths Falls to charge Merrickville-Wolford

The Mayor of Smiths Falls has announced that he will be sending a large bill to the Village of Merrickville-Wolford for the use of...

The Holiday Train is set to be another great success again this year!

The organizing committee, Joanne Harris – Rideau Community Health Services, Mayor David Nash, Brendan Mullen – Grenville OPP, Cathy Ashby – House of Lazarus,...
The NG Times Newspaper

Council not open to mediation

by Hilary ThomsonCouncil decided last Monday evening not to go the route of hiring a mediator to help facilitate the conversation between the Municipality...

Korean Embassy visits Merrickville-Wolford

Contrary to what we reported in last week’s paper (oops), last Thursday marked Korea Day in Merrickville Wolford. Representatives from the Embassy of the...

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