August 2016 Archive

Mayor’s Breakfast of Champions Spotlight: Storm Volleyball – U16 Girls Storm Typhoon

Coming off a very successful 2015 season winning back-to-back-to-back Provincial titles and a National silver medal in Calgary, Typhoon set their eyes on capturing a ...

Aurora United downs Durham for second-straight win

Offensive all-star Simon Adjei scored all three goals for Aurora United FC in a 3 – 1 win over Durham United on Sunday.

Sports groups want bigger voice in “messaging” at rec centres

Advertisements are among the first thing visitors see on the walls of the Stronach Aurora Recreation Complex (SARC), but these ads should give way to the promotion of sports groups and healthy messaging, according to advocates.

SENIOR SCAPE: Find Pearls in the Mire

By Christina Doyle The other day, a new acquaintance of mine told me she envied my life. It was a statement in response to the ...

Employee “thrilled” to finally have chance to prove herself

Mathews embarks on record-breaking Moraine trek

Completing a marathon is a lofty goal, and one that’s on many people’s bucket list. But a marathon a day, for an entire week?

Top 10 raise “goosebumps” in Hoedown Showdown

The judges have spoken, and the Top 10 contestants in the 2016 Hoedown Showdown preparing to work with mentors to bring out the country star inside them.

Junior Tigers fans can expect “big, strong, aggressive hockey” in upcoming season

Mike Kitchen “honoured” over induction to Sports Hall of Fame

Two-time Stanley Cup winner, Schomberg native, and ex-Aurora Tiger. Mike Kitchen, the assistant coach of the Chicago Blackhawks, is one of three new members of the Aurora Sports Hall of Fame inducted into the “Coach” category for his tremendous accomplishments in the world of sports.

GO Parking headaches could be relieved after six months

Residents of Aurora’s Heritage Conservation District (HCD) might be angry over Metrolinx’s two-year contract to turn Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church’s parking lot into overflow GO parking, but they are probably going to have to live with the headaches for at least six months, according to officials.

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