March 2017 Archive

Pickering College wants to be “voice of Aurora”

Nearly two years ago, a group of residents came forward with 101.5 CHRA, dubbed “Radio Aurora.” But, while Aurora waits patiently for the proposed radio station to hit the airwaves, Pickering College students are stepping up to the plate wanting to be that local voice.

North Dufferin Baseball League hands out awards

With the 2017 baseball season on the horizon, the region’s AA league lauded the best of 2016 in their annual awards banquet on Sunday.

Windfall to celebrate rich history of local food with Provincial windfall

Each fall, Aurora’s Windfall Ecology Centre throws open its doors for an annual festival; but 2017 is no ordinary year. This fall, close to 2,000 people are expected to descend on the Sheppard’s Bush facility for Celebrating Diversity: Food, Land and People.

Sounds of generations will mark milestone anniversary

How many of you have a song you immediately associate with a particular happy memory? Chances are, you all do – and this summer you will be able to relive those experiences, celebrating your own history, and the history this summer, as the characteristic rich sounds of vinyl ring out through the Aurora Community Centre (ACC).

Panthers eliminated in shootout heartbreaker

Ottawa was harsh to the Aurora Panthers, who saw a 2 – 0 series lead in the opening round of the Provincial Women’s Hockey League playoffs diminish over their weekend road trip.

Five Express teams vying for AAA provincial crown

By Jake Courtepatte Ottawa was harsh to the Aurora Panthers, who saw a 2 – 0 series lead in the opening round of the Provincial ...

Toronto Varsity Blues sign SMK football stars

The University of Toronto just bolstered their football roster with a trio of Aurora talents. Cameron End, Nolan Lovegrove, and Matthew Vassos, who...

Speak up on the future of Sheppard’s Bush Conservation Area: LSRCA

Would you like to see more programs and facilities at Sheppard’s Bush Conservation Area? Would you like things to stay as they are? Whichever side of the fence you’re on, the Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Area is looking for your input on the future of the popular greenspace.

King philanthropist in the limelight on Real Housewives of Toronto

Joan Kelley Walker is as real as it gets. The TV host, spokesperson, model and philanthropist has ...

Williams Teacher aims to inspire students with grant

Best Buy's grant to Williams -- the only school in York Region to benefit from the program this year -- will transform alternative education class.

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