As residents form groups to make their voices heard on the future of the venerable golf course, they fear another Glenway situation.
If you’re one of the approximately 4,500 Aurora homes that still receives mail at your doorstep, enjoy it while you can.
Floats, marching bands, dancers, and even Pachi the Porcupine, will join Santa in his trip down Yonge Street.
Residents surrounding Highland Gate Golf Course are forming a united voice to advocate for the interests of the neighbourhood now that the future of the property is up in the air.
As the Salvation Army prepares to launch its annual Christmas Kettle campaign, the Northridge Community Church – the hub of Salvation Army’s Central York Region operations – is eyeing a long-awaited trip south.
Outgoing Whitchurch-Stouffville Mayor Wayne Emmerson, John Taylor, recently re-elected Regional Councillor for Newmarket, and former Aurora councillor Alison Collins-Mrakas, are among those who have expressed interest in the Region's top job, which will be filled next month.
Adam Pauze freely admits he was “sweating bullets” as he prepared to enter the Dragon’s Den this fall, but after emerging unscathed, marking a significant business achievement this week, he is looking forward to enjoying his television debut with the community next week.
Volunteer opportunities are now available to serve Salvation Army kettles in Aurora, Newmarket, East Gwillimbury, and Bradford.
In the lead-up to last month’s Municipal Election, candidate Tom Mrakas says he was feeling good about his chances – but once Election Day arrived, however, a bit of anxiety took over.
As the holidays approach, now is the time when many are imbued with the spirit of giving. But, much as local organizations appreciate your generosity at this time of year, York Regional Police caution that this is also a time when false charity scams begin to ramp up.
(Steenhorst receives his green sweater upon his induction. Auroran photo by David Falconer) By Jake Courtepatte With the Aurora Sports Hall of Fame Induction Dinner ...
York Regional Police’s Aurora headquarters will be re-named in honour Bill Fisch, outgoing chair of the Regional Municipality of York. The YRP Headquarters, located on ...
We need to take back our country, and that effort starts right here and now. That was the rallying cry of Leona Alleslev as she was formally elected as the Liberal Party of Canada’s candidate in the new riding.
Only one game was on the docket for the Tigers last week, as Friday’s away game against the St. Michael’s Buzzers was postponed due to schedule conflicts with the Central Canada Cup taking place in Etobicoke.
The St. Maximilian Kolbe Mustangs were riding a high heading into the York Region Athletic Association championship weekend on Saturday, after a string of strong starts made them a contender in only their fifth year.
Submitted by Joe Chimienti Aurora’s Bantam A Tigers returned home this weekend as the 2014-2015 Pittsburgh Veterans Cup Champions. The Tigers went 3W – 1L ...
The bright light of community sports shone down on The Mansion Events Centre in Aurora last week when the second class of athletes, coaches and builders were inducted into the Aurora Sports Hall of Fame.
By Jake Courtepatte D.O.B.? Hometown? August 27, 1998. Aurora. Where did you play hockey before signing in Aurora? I played York-Simcoe AAA Minor Midget. What ...
Aurora interior designer Wendy Neal only has a few last-minute touches to make before she opens up her Highland Court home to visitors this week as part of Pickering College’s Holiday Home Tour.
For some people today, social interaction can be limited to a Tweet or the number of likes amassed on social media, but Friday night was a bit of a throwback for Aurora residents filling King Valley Golf Club to raise money for the Aurora Historical Society.
The sun coming up tomorrow is a dream not shared alone by a plucky, curly-haired redhead growing up in a New York orphanage. But, the well-known songs of “Annie” will come to life in Richmond Hill to spread a little sunshine on Aurora as well.
People have often dubbed the Aurora Cultural Centre as a “jewel in the crown” for Aurora – and if you happen to subscribe to this view, that beauty has a jewel in the crown all its own.
Lieutenant colonel Phillip Halton, of the C.O. QYR Regiment, was the guest speaker at the Veteran’s Dinner held at the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 385 in Aurora Saturday.
Stepping out onto the international stage last month, Aurora student Olivia Railton knew that she had put in her best effort to prepare for this moment.
For a school that has a nearly 175-year foundation in Quaker education, a decade might just be a blip in Pickering College’s history. But a lot can happen in 10 short years, as organizers behind the annual Pickering College Holiday Home Tour can attest.