May 2013 Archive

Transit improvements will come at a cost

Ontario Politicians could be spurred into action next week debating the next big steps for The Big Move, the multi-billion dollar transit plan proposed by Metrolinx to improve access to public transit in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA).

Appreciation for Aurora Tattoo

I would like to pass along congratulations to the 150th organizers and the Town for the fine job they did on staging the Tattoo on ...

Aurora’s nature has $7 million annual value: Report

Few would dispute the value trees and green space bring to the community. They’re widely held as the “lungs” of a busy, urbanised community...

Four generations of G.W. Williams students toast school

By Brock Weir Over 75 years of Dr. G.W. Williams Secondary School’s 125 years were exemplified in the seats that filled their auditorium Saturday afternoon ...

SENIOR SCAPE: Photography Tips

By Sylvia Dickens Have you ever returned from a trip or an event only to discover that the photos you took are no good? Thank ...

Sport Aurora makes final push for Hall of Fame nominations

Over the years Aurora has been a home to countless tremendous athletes and individuals who have donated their time and efforts to sport in the community.

Mixed weekend of away games for Barbarians

The Aurora Barbarians Rugby Club senior men visited newly promoted Ajax Wanderers in...

Last full week to get in Community nominations

If you know someone who has made a difference in their community, whether it is a lengthy track record of good service, or simply being a good neighbour, this is your last full week to get nominations in for Aurora’s annual Community Recognition Awards.

Old library should make way for new community use, say residents

Aurora’s old public library building should come down, according to residents.

Residents have second chance to plan Library Square’s future Thursday

From parking lots to a public piazza, ideas for the future of Library Square are set to come up for another review this Thursday. It is the second of four public consultation sessions...

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