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CP Women’s Open to leave lasting legacy in community

August 15, 2019   ·   0 Comments

Victim identified; additional charges laid following murder investigation

York Regional Police have identified the victim found in a burnt out house on Edward Street on July 27. The body of 38-year-old Troy Stephen ...

Local dentist focuses new lens on climate change

Ron Goodlin takes passion for photography and uses it as a medium to spark change and highlight perils of climate change.

Aurora’s future sports stars honoured as Athletes of the Year

Aurora’s brightest student athletes have been recognized by Sport Aurora and the Town for their prowess on the field, on the...

Local Liberals to pick candidate Saturday for Aurora’s south riding

Local Liberals are set to gather in Oak Ridges this Saturday to pick their Federal candidate for Aurora-Oak Ridges-Richmond Hill. Brian Chamberlain and Leah Taylor ...

Renowned mixologist Bowen creates signature drink for Intercultural Festival

You may not be able to catch lightning in a bottle, but you’ll be able to swish Aurora in a glass next month at the inaugural Intercultural Food & Music Festival courtesy of renowned mixologist Jamaal Bowen.

Blondin set to take a little piece of your heart at Concerts in the Park

Growing up in the 80s, Krista Blondin didn’t have much time for contemporary music. Instead, she gravitated towards the tunes of the swinging sixties.

A dozen ways to catch the action at CP Women’s Open: Your best options to see tourney up close

There are a dozen ways to see the on-green action at this month’s CP Women’s Open at the Magna Golf Club – and a $20 donation to a good cause can drive you towards a great fan experience.

Aurora’s Nusbaum hits the beach at Peru’s Pan Am games

Taking part in his first-ever Pan Am Games opening ceremonies on July 26 in Lima, Peru, Aaron Nusbaum was already three days into competition.

Economic development team sees opportunity in past challenge

It is often said that every cloud has a silver lining, but for Aurora’s new Economic Development Corporation, one persistent cloud has not only a silver lining, but an opportunity as well.

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