December 2015 Archive

Tigers drop to second in Northeast as overtime struggles continue

It was a grueling weekend for the Aurora Tigers in which everything that could have gone wrong went wrong.

Highland Gate could be Aurora’s for $98.1 million

It’s the season of giving and if the Town of Aurora has a spare $98 million hanging around, the former Highland Gate Golf Course could be secured.

TA’s The Heart As It Lived: A Review

Life was not easy in Saskatchewan during the Depression in the 1930s, as we discover in Theatre Aurora’s current production of “The Heart As It Lived.”

Info will let Aurora take “strong position” on Highland Gate: Gaertner

Few dispute the adage that knowledge is power, but for Councillor Wendy Gaertner, this is particularly true when it comes to Aurora and the possibility an Ontario Municipal Board (OMB) hearing on the proposed redevelopment of Highland Gate Golf Course.

Adopt a senior this Christmas – or a whole lot more – through Senior Wish

Christmas Morning can be a very exciting time for some residents of Chartwell Aurora. For others, however, it can be a very sad, lonely day, but they're teaming up with the Senior Wish Association to make loneliness on December 25 a thing of the past -- and you can help too!

Ex-Tigers goaltender earns NCHA Defensive Player of the Week honours

It’s a name many longtime Tigers’ fans find synonymous with success, success which has continued into the NCAA ranks.

Council remains supportive of LAV placement at Cenotaph

Passionate delegations to Council last week threw cold water on the idea of finding an alternate location for a Light Armoured Vehicle (LAV) planned for the Aurora Cenotaph.

Sports fields identified in new Rec plan

Aurora has long had a shortage of soccer fields and this is a need that is underscored in the Town’s new Parks and Recreation master plan. A draft of the plan was presented to Council last week citing a number of needs, including at least three new sports fields.

Battling through the butterflies, actress Stuart-Jones keeps coming back for more

She had to fight her way through the butterflies in her stomach, her nerves, and an overall adrenaline rush, but once she broke through that barrier, an actress was born.

YRAA football All-Stars ripe with Mustangs talent

The season may not have ended the way he would have dreamed, but St. Maximilian Kolbe quarterback Ben Langlois was still happy to play in the YRAA championship game under the big lights in front of the biggest crowd he’s seen.

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