Merrickville-Wolford Council makes decision on public washroom

Merrickville-Wolford Council committed up to $5000 last Monday night for the renovation of an existing downtown washroom to be used as a public washroom...

A Community Association for Merrickville?

There has been some talk recently about the lack of a Community Association in Merrickville, a group that could be a focus for different...

Merrickville’s “Tree Lady”

A small wood cabin sits on 160 acres surrounded by all sorts of rare plants and trees. Animals of all kinds visit the property...

Fulford Preparatory College presents International Day

On May 5, Fulford Preparatory College (FPC) in Merrickville held its second annual International Day where students showcased their countries, cultures and traditions for...

Merrickville United Church annual book sale 2017

May is Reading Month in Merrickville-Wolford! The Merrickville United Church is holding its annual Book Sale and there will never be a better opportunity...

Washrooms still on hold

The issue of installing public washrooms in the Village continues to be one of confusion and some discord. It will be remembered that the...

Canada Day in Merrickville-Wolford

Senior of the Year AwardMerrickville-Wolford resident Martin Green receives the Senior of the Year award from Mayor Davis Nash at the Canada Day festivities...

Merrickville-Wolford Communities in Bloom

The Village of Merrickville-Wolford will once again compete in 2017 as a National Finalist in the Communities in Bloom competition, where the Village was...

Mary-Kate Laphen: The face of the Merrickville Public Library

Tucked away at the end of Main Street next to the Rideau River in Merrickville stands the quaint little cottage that houses the Merrickville...

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...

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