They’ve arrived – and we can’t thank our donors enough!

August 31 was an exciting day at Winchester District Memorial Hospital, as a big truck rolled up to deliver ten new Automated Dispensing Cabinets...

Merrickville’s Vimy Oak

After the Battle at Vimy Ridge was won, in April 1917, Lieutenant Leslie Miller, born in 1889 at Milliken, Ont., looked around for a...

Merrickville’s own butter tart queen!

Local bakery, Nana B’s, has won one of the top prizes in an Ontario-wide butter tart competition in Midland, Ontario. The competition is part...

First Village Chef dinner supports Merrickville-Wolford Community Fund

The Mainstreet Restaurant will kick off the 2018 Village Chef season with a dinner hosted by Mayor David Nash and friends in support of...

The Block house: a Rideau Canal icon

The Block house beside the Rideau Canal locks is one of the most iconic of Merrickville’s sights. Built 185 years ago, in 1832, it...

Merrickville celebrates with annual community dinner

For many years, the businesses and volunteers of Merrickville have worked together to allow the students of Merrickville Public School to celebrate Christmas as...

New plaque for Vimy Oak

A plaque for Merrickville's Vimy Oak, planted at cenotaph park in May, was unveiled at 10 am on Canada Day. The plaque was made...

New Fire Chief for Merrickville-Wolford

The Village of Merrickville-Wolford is pleased to announce the appointment of Mark Urquhart as part-time Fire Chief for the Municipality effective April 10, 2017.Mark...

Mary Ann Hayden Church, Merrickville’s Universalist Preacher

submitted by Michael WhittakerIn mid-19th century Merrickville, Upper Canada, Mary Ann Hayden Church spoke as a confident voice of Universalism. In 1838, she was...

Centre of Hope and Healing

Addictions of all kinds can be like a shameful and silent prison in which addicts try to hide and put on an appearance of...

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