What was expected to be a debate simply about the future of sports and recreation in Aurora turned out to a full blown battle between Aurora’s two mayoral candidates as the Mayor’s Charity Golf Tournament hit the fan.
Council candidates say they are “disgusted” and “livid” that their names were used on campaign literature that was distributed to several Aurora homes on Wednesday. (UPDATED)
Sports tourism can be a key to revitalize Aurora, according to candidates who descended upon the Royal Canadian Legion last week for the final All-Candidates’ meeting before Monday’s...
The future of a six acre parcel of land on Mavrinac Boulevard is currently in the hands of the courts, but that hasn’t stopped Aurora’s mayoral and council candidates, as well as the public at large, to provide and demand answers on just what should be done with the property.
Whether he was looking after his sisters and brother, or working as a cub leader, Stephen Huycke grew up with a sense of serving others and taking care of what was given to you.
There might still be a long way to go before it is done, and newer additions might still be waiting for a proper roof, but that wasn’t going to let the Town of Aurora from showing off the newly renovated and expanded Aurora Family Leisure Complex (AFLC) this week.
As a professional mediator, Patricia Poulin-Ulbricht gains a significant amount of satisfaction from helping to empower people to make their own decisions.
Four years ago, Paul Pirri was just 23 when elected to serve as one of Aurora’s newest Councillors. In the intervening years, he says he has learned a lot, but can still bring...
Aurora is currently “riding on a sharp edge", where it can fall one way or another, says Council candidate Michael Ney.
As an active soccer coach with the Aurora Youth Soccer Club, Roy Cohen has had little time to let grass grow under his feet but, in his view, the same cannot be said for Aurora Council in helping to meet the needs of Aurora’s budding athletes.
Elizabeth Crowe has been a trustee for the York Catholic School Board for 20 years, so one might be forgiven for thinking this campaign is old hat to her – but this campaign has brought a fresh challenge.
When Peter Adams-Luchowski was appointed by the York Region District School Board over two years ago to be trustee for Aurora and King, he initially planned to retire after his term came to an end.
As a woman who trained as a power plant engineer in her native Romania, Aurora’s Liliana Usvat knows firsthand the importance of a technical education.
A seven-game winning streak has put the Aurora Junior A Tigers atop the OJHL North Division standings. They kicked off the week with a rare Wednesday home game, hosting the Pickering Panthers.
By Jake Courtepatte Date of birth? October 18, 1997. Hometown? Thornhill, Ontario. Where did you play hockey before signing in Aurora? I played with the ...
Parents can take pride in their children’s athletic accomplishments, and trampolinist Sam Sendel’s are no different. They will be in the crowd next July when Sendel competes for Canada in the 2015 Pan Am Games in Toronto.
In front of a packed house at East Side Mario’s in Aurora on Sunday, sports journalist Mark Hebscher told the 14 nominees of Sport Aurora’s Volunteer Recognition Luncheon and their friends, families and colleagues that they should be honoured for their awards.
The Road Hockey to Conquer Cancer tournament had a local twist this year, as Aurora Minor Hockey players rallied around a teammate in need. Among the 1,387 players on site at Ontario Place last Saturday were ...
Libraries are more than just places to find vital information or grab a copy of the latest bestseller – they can also serve to inspire their communities.
By Chris McGowan U.N. Day at Pickering College is always a recognition of diversity and equality, and this year it was celebrated at the school ...
Beloved hymns have been sung throughout the ages and across all continents; some for centuries, others mere decades; but these favourites continue to inspire, bring joy or relief, to those who contemplate their moving texts and stirring melodies.
Extra-creepy surprises are in store when Aurora’s Sheppard’s Bush Conservation Area is transformed into a Haunted Forest.
If politicians are doing badly, is there really anyone to blame but the humble voter? That is the question bestselling author Marina Nemat posed to a packed house at the Aurora Public Library on Saturday.
Halloween is coming, so there’s no better time to get spooky! The Aurora Spirit Walk heads into its fifth year next Friday, October 3, leaving from...