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Impaired driver arrested after falling asleep in drive-thru

February 7, 2019   ·   0 Comments

A driver was charged with impaired driving after falling asleep in the middle of a Wellington Street East drive-thru on Sunday afternoon.

Library Square, SARC expansion dominate capital plan

Library Square and an expansion of the Stronach Aurora Recreation Complex are the top priorities in the year ahead, according to Town’s updated 10-year capital investment plan. Revised plans for new downtown gathering space and addition onto Church Street School set to be presented at Tuesday's General Committee meeting.

Know the Past, Shape Our Future: Black History Month marked in Aurora

Striking “balance” key in protecting stable neighbourhoods: Consultant

Significant changes to building height and lot coverage in Aurora’s Stable Neighbourhoods could be approved by the end of March following a Public Planning meeting last week.

Health care top of mind at Premier’s rally in Newmarket-Aurora

It was billed as an “Open for Business” rally with the Premier, but by the time Doug Ford arrived in Newmarket-Aurora on Thursday night, the Open for Business message had to take a momentary backseat to the future of healthcare.

Aurora should have referendum on windrow clearing, says Councillor

Clearing windrows, the pesky ridge of snow and ice that accumulates at the end of your freshly shovelled driveway after a plow goes by, can be an aggravating business, but Aurorans should be asked if they want to pay the price for making them a thing of the past.

Finance Minister meets with business leaders at Chamber Breakfast

Canada will have a Federal Election this year and Finance Minister Bill Morneau stated his case for the Liberal Government at a breakfast hosted last Tuesday by the Aurora Chamber of Commerce.

Conservatives will roll out plan to address business concerns, says Scheer

When Finance Minister Bill Moreau met with local business owners in Aurora last week, he criticized the Conservative opposition for not having a concrete plan to make a difference, but Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer, in an interview last week with The Auroran, said their plan will look at ...

Birthday wishes turn to charity for minor Tiger

While most birthdays are all about getting, for Bella Di Palma, this year’s theme is certainly giving. Di Palma, who plays for the Novice AA Aurora Tigers, is collecting stuffed animals from the public prior to her March birthday, when she plans to distribute the goods to those who need them, just as Bella did last year.

Kobo Town set to spice up Valentine’s Day at Cultural Centre

If you’re looking to spice up your Valentine’s Day plans, look no further than Kobo Town, which is set to bring its warm calypso sounds to the Aurora Cultural Centre on February 14, just in time to get the blood pumping.

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