Get Game-Ready at The SHACK- Pro Shop

Tyler Philp can help your game. An experienced hockey player, coach and equipment expert, he is passionate about hockey and works to build respect for the game.  He also operates The SHACK Pro Shop, located on Distillery St. behind the old Millbrook Arena, where customers can have their skates sharpened,… Continue reading

Pedicures to Go

Travelling suits Nancy Fallis just fine.  It has been three years since Nancy Fallis closed her Millbrook shop, Oasis Boutique, where she sold ladies’ clothing and accessories and provided manicures and pedicures in a separate studio.  It’s a decision she doesn’t regret, saying that looking back, keeping the store open… Continue reading

New Mural Project will Mark Station Trail Section

In 2010, former Reeve Laverne Gibson was instrumental in the creation of a mural painted on the exterior wall of 22 King St. East.  The mural commemorates the first rail station in Millbrook and the owners of the building donated the use of the wall and funded its preparation for… Continue reading

Coming soon: The Jones’ Antiques Coming to Millbrook

Customers who enjoy exploring the ever-changing inventory a The Joneses consignment shop in Millbrook will soon have a new destination just across the street. Charlotte Clements is changing the menu at Menzies’ House, where she and her sister have operated a bridal shop for several years, into a new shop… Continue reading

Nexicom is Celebrating their 125th Anniversary!

Free Customer appreciation BBQ September 28th at the Millbrook office! Nexicom was founded in Millbrook in 1898 as The Turner Telephone Company and has maintained its traditional family values and community focus through the years. Current President and Owner, Clayton Zekelman, took over the business in 2016, continuing to provide… Continue reading

Squirrel Creek Welcomes Customers to New Retail Facility

Last month, the Brackenridge family hosted an Open House to showcase a new warehouse and showroom built on their farm on Brackenridge Drive south of Millbrook.  The 8400 square foot building is a testament to the success of this family business operating as Squirrel Creek Farm Services which serves the… Continue reading

Cavan Monaghan Receives the First Quarter Gaming Revenue Payment from OLG

Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation (OLG) issued the first quarter (April 1 – June 30) payment in the amount of $85,424 to the Township of Cavan-Monaghan for hosting Shorelines Slots at Kawartha Downs.  This brings the total gaming revenue received since the operations inception in 1999 to $61,459,261. The City… Continue reading