September 2016 Archive

New hours and new drives for Aurora Food Pantry

Fall is in the air and that means new hours and new ways to help the Aurora Food Pantry. Beginning October 1, the...


Mathews completes record-breaking Moraine hike

In her historic seven-day marathon of the Oak Ridges Moraine Trail, Aurora resident Kelly Mathews did much more than “take a hike.”

New OSPCA contract will address public safety response

Aurora will work with the OSPCA on a new response plan to situations where there’s a public safety concern as the Town renews its contract with the Society for animal control services.


Open up to “Love” this weekend for Culture Days

So, you wore the dress, you threw the bouquet, and you’re sitting here wearing the ring. Now what?

Aurora woman fighting for life after domestic assault

Investigators with the York Regional Police Integrated Domestic Violence Unit have arrested a 39-year-old man following a domestic-related incident in the Town of Aurora.

Traffic, parking plans hit roadblock

Proposals to improve traffic flow and increase parking in Aurora’s downtown core are expected to be in the spotlight this week after several plans got snarled in a Council jam last week.


Aurora Tigers tamed in losing streak

The Aurora Tigers Junior A club is already looking for answers in a young OJHL season.


Activate Aurora campaign looks to make Aurora Canada’s most active community

Sport Aurora Past President Ron Weese wants the Aurora community to know that children born today will have a shorter projected lifespan than their parents, for the first time since the 1960s. The sedentary lifestyle and poor nutrition habits of today’s youth are just two of the factors that the Activate Aurora campaign is looking to combat, having officially launched Sunday at the Aurora Family Leisure Complex.

Kennedy Street could be prioritized as speed cushion pilot faces delay

Problem areas on Kennedy Street West could be prioritized after a speed cushion pilot program on three area streets hit a roadblock at Council last week.


Culture Days at Aurora Public Library

Experience your passion through music and art as Aurora Public Library unleashes creativity in this year’s celebration of Culture Days. Culture Days is a national initiative committed to the goal of encouraging all Canadians to make culture a daily part of life.

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