Merrickville-Wolford launches election web site

Residents of Merrickville-Wolford can take advantage of an informative and practical move by the Village to prepare for the Municipal and School Board election...

Rideau Canal saga

Nearly 190 years ago, on May 22, 1832, the steamboat, “Rideau”, also known by its nickname, “Pumper”, left the dock in Kingston to make...

Holy Trinity Anglican Church Anniversary Celebration

submitted by Doug MacDonald The year 2022 marks the 185th anniversary of Holy Trinity Anglican Church in Merrickville.  In 1837, after a decade without a church...

The cost of living in Wolford in 1818

Life in the Wolford area in 1818 was not as primitive as one might think. There were three mills for grinding grain, four mills...

Local firefighters get appreciation day

On Wednesday, May 4, people around the world celebrated International Firefighter Appreciation Day. An event hosted by Kemptville Retirement Living helped to make sure...

Life in Wolford in 1818

The Gourlay survey taken in January 1818 from the Township of Wolford, actually encompassed three other Townships which were administered by a single municipal...

Seedy Saturday at Merrickville Library

by Mary Kate Laphen To celebrate the arrival of spring and the start of the gardening season, we would like to invite you to join...

Wolford in 1818

For the first decades of the Nineteenth century, the four townships of Wolford, Oxford, Montague and Marlborough were administered as a unit, with a...

Ukraine initiative a success in Merrickville

A fundraising initiative, which was started last month by the Merrickville-Wolford Chamber of Commerce to aid Ukraine in the wake of the invasion by...

Angel of Guidance Merrickville

I just thought I would share with you this beautiful tribute to the people of Ukraine at Holy Trinity Anglican Church in Merrickville with...