After more than two weeks dedicated to Councillor Evelyn Buck’s side of things in her ongoing trial, week three concluded with the defence making their case.
Former Aurora mayor Phyllis Morris and members of the last term of Council continue their testimony this week as Councillor Buck’s trial draws to a close.
Former mayor Phyllis Morris threw Councillor Evelyn Buck “under the bus” in events leading up to the Councillor’s lawsuit, the court hears.
Frank Stronach’s “legacy” project of an 80 acre Eco Park for Aurora cleared a significant hurdle last week. Councillors signed off on a zoning amendment to...
Next year’s municipal election will do more than just elect mayor and council, it could very well change the face of Aurora councils to come. Aurora Council approved adding...
Aurora has taken the next step in deciding the future fate of Library Square. Councillors voted to look into pinning down the costs of tearing down the old homes of the Aurora Public Library and Aurora Seniors’ Centre/Fire Hall on Victoria Street...
The countdown is on for the 2014 Federal Budget and Prime Minister Stephen Harper started the clock here in Newmarket-Aurora on Thursday.
Aurora has formalized plans to press a local developer on securing a six acre piece of land for potential parkland.
If you’re looking to have an impact on someone’s life, it could be just be one shovel-full of snow away.
As a young girl, Gail Sellers would always pester her parents to give her an older brother. Once she was old enough, however, to figure out the intricacies of that particular situation, she changed tactic...
A replaced and relocated cell tower for St. John’s Sideroad between Bayview and Leslie will go ahead, following Council’s sign-off last week.
Aurora Mayor Geoffrey Dawe will be one of two Council representatives on the new Board of the Aurora Cultural Centre. Councillors filled one of two available...
It takes a village to raise a child, but this village should be there to lend a hand from adulthood through all the twists and turns life provides.
The Aurora Tigers Junior A hockey team has been on a torrid pace as of late, and it continued last week when they notched wins against the Trenton Golden Hawks and the Toronto Lakeshore Patriots.
After the conclusion of another successful fall sports program, Pickering College recently announced the full list of awards for some of their top athletes.
Auroran powerlifter Jordan Moffitt’s hard work and determination has put him exactly where he wanted to be after gaining elite status at...
York Region residents are ready to get moving for the 2013 CHATS Walk for Wellness, taking place from February 1 to 7.
There was laughter, appreciation, and a few tears as seven of the brightest lights in Aurora’s sport history were honoured last week in the inaugural induction to the Aurora Sport Hall of Fame.
Their music has helped rebuild a local barn and supported the local hospital, now the sounds of the Thursday Night Jam Band will go international December 5 to benefit relief efforts in the Philippines.
Commuters on GO Transit are rarely without a newspaper, magazine or a book – but those who frequent the Aurora GO Station can now return their library books with ease.
Theatre-goers are usually familiar with popular stage musicals like “My Fair Lady” or “Oklahoma!” and while familiarity can often breed contempt, that’s not normally the case with musical theatre enthusiasts, says Bob Riddell.
Theatre Aurora's latest production, "Songs for a New World", follows two unnamed couples as they face distinct crossroads in their life in this unique musical production.
They came to celebrate a life well lived, and the spirit of who they were honouring was omnipresent at the opening of Bene Acta Vita – a new exhibition and sale encompassing the life, work, and passion of eminent Ontario artist Dorothy Clark McClure.
By Brock Weir If you’re looking for extra tickets for the popular Empty Bowls, an annual lunch and dinner event hosted by the Pine Tree ...