Spillway Farm first Ontario Heritage Designation in former Township of Wolford

by Donna Ross and Peter Szmidt Spillway Farm ‘found’ us in September, 2016. It was everything we had been searching for: an old stone house...

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...

Weekly walking group aims to bolster ParticipACTION campaign

With the yearly ParticipACTION challenge now well underway, many communities across Canada are prioritizing physical activity in a bid to be named Canada’s Most...

Merrickville Soccer Club shares concerns about field

A decades-old local club is voicing concerns about the state of the local soccer fields, and is hoping to be heard by Council. A...

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...

Merrickville author writes his own library

Victor Suthren had a long career before arriving in the Village of Merrickville. He was Director General of the Canadian War Museum from 1986...

Successful graduation at Merrick Preparatory School

submitted by Johanna Ziegler On June 24, 2022, we held our Graduation Ceremony – a very special event each year, and particularly this year as...

Merrickville Library reports on 2018

The Annual Report for the Merrickville Public Library was presented to Council this week, and it marked the 10th anniversary of the move to...

Municipality finds volunteers to fill vacancies on Committee of Adjustment

Council has appointed two new members to the Municipality’s Committee of Adjustment. The Committee is an independent decision-making group that is appointed by Council and...

2018 Merrickville’s Jazz Fest

Tickets are now on sale for the eighth annual edition of Merrickville’s Jazz Fest (MJF) taking place in venues around the village from Thursday,...