Mayor Struthers gives an economic update

Mayor Doug Struthers sat down with the Times recently to review how he sees Merrickville-Wolford in the current economic climate. In a climate of...

Economic Development Officer resigns

The Village of Merrickville-Wolford no longer has an Economic Development Officer (EDO). Jeff Mcnamee was hired as the Village’s first ever EDO in October,...

Get walking on the Merrickville-Wolford trails

Summer is here! While there are lots of things to see and do in Merrickville-Wolford over the summer, the trail system is one of...

Merrick Preparatory School expands

from Leeds Grenville Economic Development eNews A rebrand and expansion is well underway at Merrick Preparatory School. With a new name to reflect its welcoming...

Councillor Halpenny calls for volunteers to run community centres

Councillor Don Halpenny submitted a letter to council at the last meeting outlining his wish to have volunteers manage the Merrickville Community Centre and...

Mayor Doug Struthers on funding cuts

It is no secret that the provincial government has been slashing budgets left, right and centre. As the Mayor of Merrickville Wolford, Doug Struthers has...

Natural gas spurs debate at council table

Councillor Timothy Molloy brought a motion forward at the council meeting of May 13 to increase efforts to get natural gas to the north...

Pitch-In ponderings

by Robbie Giles Sunday, May 5 was a beautiful day in Merrickville-Wolford. It was a great day to set out with neighbours, armed with our...

Council seeks clarification on funding

The Merrickville-Wolford Council have passed a Resolution at their last meeting, seeking clarification from the Provincial Government regarding future financial support for Ontario’s municipalities....

Merrickville Tulip Festival coming in May

Merrickville-Wolford will be alive with colour, music and events at the Merrickville Tulip Festival from May 10 to 20. The Lions Club of Merrickville...
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