Aurora’s new Joint Operations Centre will proceed, following a lengthy Council debate last week. Councillors gave the green light to go...
In looking for a way to finance new and upcoming projects, Aurora could consider selling its surplus land.
Aurora High School (AHS) is Aurora’s highest ranking school in the Fraser Institute’s ranking of secondary schools across Ontario.
At the age of 16, Iranian student Marina Nemat found herself in jail, sentenced to death, and living in fear that each morning would be her last. Ms. Nemat, now a resident of Aurora...
A potential $220,000 investment will soon be made in Aurora’s Downtown Core following last week’s Council meeting. Council voted 8 – 1 to implement Aurora’s Community Improvement Plan (CIP), a series of programs...
As students keep one eye on the clock counting down to the beginning of March Break, some Aurora students got out a little bit early this week.
A “soft launch” date for Aurora’s “clear bag” garbage program could be delayed further into this summer.
After only living in Aurora for a few short months, Arshad Desai has decided the best way to become involved in his community is to be a part of the change we would like to see become a reality.
Council has taken the first steps in “exploring” a future purchase of the Aurora Sports Dome.
Aurora’s Jennifer Ettinger offered her “ultimate cheat day” Thursday night, hosting the fifth annual “Women, Wine & Chocolate” fundraiser at Cardinal Golf and Country Club.
Aurora environmentalist Susan Walmer is comfortable in what she describes as the “encore phase” of her life. For her, it was a matter of wanting to do something to make a difference in her own lifetime...
On Friday, Edwin Jackson was able to give thanks in person to staff at the Stronach Aurora Recreation Complex (SARC) for saving his life after collapsing at the centre on February 21.
“Poor decision making” on the part of local garbage collectors is one of the main reasons cited for extensive service failures following the pre-Christmas ice storm.
Heading into the playoffs for a round with the rival Newmarket Hurricanes, the Aurora Tigers Junior A hockey club knew exactly what it would take to win, and, so far, have executed the game plan well.
Still energized by the buzz of Canada ending the Olympics with flurry of gold medals in the final few days, students at Lester B. Pearson PS were treated to a special closing ceremony of their own last week.
Rick Hansen Public School held their first ever Cultural Day last week with great fanfare. The school had 323 respondents and over 100 families sign up to stop by the event on Thursday night.
Heading into last week, the Tigers needed to win their final two games in order to be the top team in the OJHL. However, it wasn’t meant to be as they dropped a tough match to Buffalo on Friday night...
At just 13 years old, Lauren Heinburrow is already making a splash in the pool and it’s not going unnoticed. She has only been swimming for four years, but her progress has been astounding.
It’s a busy time for Sport Aurora as they gear up for the second year of the Aurora Sport Hall of Fame.
Sitting in the top five in the overall medal standings, there was only one left to hand out on an early evening hockey game in Sochi. Head to toe in Canada gear, I boarded the hotel shuttle to Olympic Park with my family and...
This has been the coldest, snowiest, and generally most unpleasant winter many Aurorans can remember – but if you’re looking for a way to shake off the winter blues, this is your week.
Preparing for his next Aurora gig this week, musician David Partridge is taking cobwebs off a lamp and beating the dust off an old rug he keeps in the basement because, after all, it is all about the ambiance.
When banks and financial institutions see red, it is very rarely a good thing – particularly for the client. But, when Aurora’s Meridian Credit Union saw red when they walked into the Aurora Cultural Centre, they saw an opportunity.
If builder Antonio Masongsong had to do it all over again, he’d … well, to be perfectly honest, he probably wouldn’t do it all over again, but restoring a heritage workers’ house...
Some argue that to really sing the blues you need to have really lived, but that is not an adage adhered to by organizers of the Aurora Winter Blues Fest as they bring together the best and the brightest young York Region talent to be a part of this year’s party.