Hand-crafted, Tasteful Food and Gifts Offer a Nod to the Past at Millbrook Mercantile

The wait continues for the much-anticipated opening of the new business in the former antique shop called Millbrook Mercantile, now scheduled for September.  Owners Bernadette MacNeil and Lance Nachoff are feeling it, too, but they’ve been waiting even longer. The dream of opening a business in the food industry has… Continue reading

Congratulations on your Retirement

After serving the community for 37 years, Dr. Lar. as he is affectionately known. will make his last chiropractic adjustment at the end of the month.  Lynn and Larry Smith look forward to an active retirement which kicks off with a cycling trip north of Montreal in September.  Between hockey,… Continue reading

Feature Film Shoots Scenes in Downtown Millbrook

Cavan-Monaghan is a film-friendly township, as demonstrated by the string of film crews through town. Last week, Netflix was in town filming scenes for its upcoming film, “Tiny Dancer”, and Tuesday they closed Foodland for the day to film inside the store. Next week Netflix is back filming “Jupiter’s Legacy”…. Continue reading

Local, Luxurious Handcrafted Ladies’ Line Appeals to all the Senses

Some of you may remember Anna Luckai as a music teacher at Millbrook South Cavan Public School about ten years ago.  She continues to teach but now educates high school students in Port Perry about careers during the fall semester and spends the remaining eight months of the year on… Continue reading

Save the Date: Ladies’ Night is August 1st

Mark your calendars for this year’s annual Ladies’ Night event hosted by the Millbrook BIA.  This popular outdoor evening provides an opportunity to ladies (and gents) of all ages to enjoy an evening of indulgence strolling through the downtown where there will be sights, sounds and tastes for everyone. Local… Continue reading

Seven Downtown Properties to Receive Funding Boost for Beautification Projects

The first round of grants totalling $60,106 has been approved for projects under the township’s Community Improvement Plan (CIP) established last year.   Fifteen applications were received, with approvals in the amounts of $25,000 each for projects dedicated to façade and signage improvement and for building and site improvement, with the… Continue reading