August 18, 2022

Couple’s trek from Lake Ontario to Barrie raises more than $12,000 for Food Pantry

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Canadian favourites 54-40 and Kim Mitchell to headline 2022 Ribfest

They’ve made Canadians get up on their feet with such hits as “I Go Blind” and “Patio Lanterns” and now 54-40 and Kim Mitchell are ...

Public health preparing for challenging fall as wastewater signals dip

Wastewater signals on the level of COVID-19 in the community might be on the wane, but hospitals are still facing significant pressures and are bracing ...

York United storm back to defeat FC Edmonton 3-2

Jordan Wilson’s late header off of Andreas Vaikla’s error gave York United the late goal that proved to be the difference in the 3-2 defeat ...

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Conference offers pathway for inclusion at Aurora Cultural Centre

Facilitators for the Aurora Cultural Centre are aiming to make sure the entire community feels like it has a place at the table following a ...

Settlement worker program is success for Library, CCSYR

A new pilot project for newcomers to Canada has proven to be a huge success for the Aurora Public Library (APL) and Catholic Community Services ...

Mudmen to bring Celtic sounds to Concerts in the Park

They’ve been praised by the CBC, applauded by The Queen, and have a few tunes under their belt that are well-known to hockey fans across ...

Theatre Aurora gearing up for Youth Camp this fall

If you think theatre is all about getting up on stage, think again. Whether it’s behind-the-scenes, in the booth, and, yes, even treading the boards, ...

Aurora Votes 2022: John Gallo seeks re-election in Ward 5: “Aurora needs someone who challenges now and then”

As the number of names on Aurora’s Municipal Ballot continue to climb, this week The Auroran continues its traditional profile series of all candidates looking ...

Words Matter: Local hospitals add pronouns to health records systems

Local hospitals, including Southlake Regional Health Centre and Stevenson Memorial Hospital, will include patient pronouns in their health records system going forward. The move, which ...

Golf tournament benefiting youth coming this month

Golfers will be hitting the links “fore” a good cause this summer in Caledon. Registration is open for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Peel York’s ...

Public health preparing for challenging fall as wastewater signals dip

Wastewater signals on the level of COVID-19 in the community might be on the wane, but hospitals are still facing significant pressures and are bracing ...

Couple’s trek from Lake Ontario to Barrie raises more than $12,000 for Food Pantry

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Canadian favourites 54-40 and Kim Mitchell to headline 2022 Ribfest

They’ve made Canadians get up on their feet with such hits as “I Go Blind” and “Patio Lanterns” and now 54-40 and Kim Mitchell are ...

Sports

York United storm back to defeat FC Edmonton 3-2

Jordan Wilson’s late header off of Andreas Vaikla’s error gave York United the late goal that proved to be the difference in the 3-2 defeat ...

Local girl proud to represent Team Canada in Michigan

Long-time King Weekly Sentinel newspaper carrier Tristan Tobin has a lot more to her than just bringing the paper to your door. The 14-year-old King ...

York United forward joins Vancouver Whitecaps

It was a memorable time donning the York United colours for Lowell Wright. The 18-year-old Brampton native came to the Canadian Premier League at the ...

Aurora golfer won peewee division in Barrie

Aurora native Oscar Lin won the peewee boys division at the Maple Leaf Junior Golf Tour Ontario Series held at Settler’s Ghost Golf Club in ...

Area resident chosen for second Commonwealth Games as part of Team Canada

Co-owner of Core Solutions Physiotherapy and Wellness located in both Caledon East and Schomberg, Andrea Prieur is currently in England for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth ...

Top eight teams head into NDBL Senior playoffs

The North Dufferin Baseball League Senior division has wrapped up the final games in its 2022 regular season, meaning the final standings are now in ...

Former Aurora resident, set to fulfill 22-year dream

Vicky McGrath began running in the mid 90s. She began a personal journey of her own, with a goal of managing her weight. She joined ...

Aurora King Baseball Association tournament a step forward for local sport tourism

Fourteen out-of-town teams from as far away as Sudbury, ON, joined two local 10U baseball teams this month to compete in the Aurora King Baseball ...

Local golfer qualifies for National Championship

Aurora’s Angelina Chang smashed the MJT Girls 8U qualifier at Sawmill Golf Course on July 3, receiving an invitation to the MJT Mini Tour National ...

Forge FC defeat York United 2-0

Tass Mourdoukoutas’ own goal and Woobens Pacius’ 77-minute goal proved to be the difference as Forge FC defeated York United 2-0 Friday night. Under the ...

Arts & Culture

Conference offers pathway for inclusion at Aurora Cultural Centre

Facilitators for the Aurora Cultural Centre are aiming to make sure the entire community feels like it has a place at the table following a ...

Great APL Cookbook serves up tasty treats with a dash of literary love

“If you could invite three people to dinner, living and dead, who would it be?” We’ve often been asked this philosophical question, with the answers ...

Portraits of Giving honours community builders, looks to the future

For 13 years, Portraits of Giving has honoured through art the persons – adults, seniors and youth – who have given of themselves to make ...

Concerts in the Park opens 25th season July 6

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Olivia Varma is Aurora’s 2022 Teen Idol

Win capped inaugural Aurora Performing Arts Festival at Town Park.

York Region resident shines in AMI’s “Breaking Character”

A King native is using his talents to spread awareness. And he doesn’t mind if you laugh at him. AMI’s Breaking Character explores disability representation ...

Theatre Aurora’s “Lonely Planet” helps actors grapple with challenging times – on stage and off

Over the course of COVID-19, York Region teacher Chris Cluff saw his world close around him. Remote learning paused face-to-face interaction with his students, COVID ...

TA’s Lonely Planet: A Review

After a pandemic-induced winter shutdown, live productions are back at Theatre Aurora starting with “Lonely Planet”. The play by Steven Dietz tells the story of ...

Aurora Film Circuit lifts the curtain on new in-person season

Local film-lovers rejoice as the Aurora Film Circuit returns to in-person screenings next month. The Aurora Film Circuit (AFC), is a non-profit organization which brings ...

Aurora Art Show & Sale returns for 58th year

The 58th Aurora Art Show & Sale will take place at Town Hall on Saturday, April 30 and Sunday, May 1.

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