December 2015 Archive

Falconer’s OT winner lifts holiday spirits of slumping Tigers

If anything, at least the Aurora Tigers can head into their three-week holiday break on a high note.

Council must get serious about tree protection: reader

Aurora’s present tree bylaw is severely inadequate. Property owners can cut down 4 trees per year greater than 20 centimeters in diameter each. With this ...

Christmas 2015 – A Poem

It would shortly be Christmas and all through the day I was thinking and wondering what I should say. The world was so different; it ...

Mrs. Claus takes centre-stage at tonight’s tree lighting ceremony

Holiday preparations are in full swing, and there is, perhaps, no busier place at this time of year than the North Pole.

Pillow case project aims to make women feel pampered this Christmas

Sisters might be doin’ it for themselves, but Aurora’s Benlolo sisters are doin’ it for their sisters in the wider York Region community – one pillow case at a time.

Permits to ease parking woes in Downtown Core

A new parking permit system – and dedicated parking spots – are hoped to alleviate ongoing traffic concerns of residents surrounding Town Park.

Gift card donations can spread sense of “empowerment” this season: Neighbourhood Network

As they look over their ever-growing holiday wish list, Neighbourhood Network is seeing a trend throughout York Region. The Aurora-based volunteer organization, which operates in...

A picture is worth a thousand words

In regards to the ongoing discussion regarding the LAV, I realized that most people in Aurora do not know what these vehicles look like. Would ...

Existing parking isn’t cutting it at GO station: Council

While Council continues to grapple with the perennial issue of on-street parking in Aurora’s Downtown Core, for many members of Council it is time to take the concerns to the next level – the Province of Ontario and GO Transit.

St. Max students aim to inspire hosting Regionals for First Lego League

Students at St. Maximilian Kolbe Catholic High School have a passion for science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) and this is a passion they hope takes hold in younger kids as they prepare to host the Regional Qualifiers for the First Lego League’s Robotics Competition this Saturday.

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