May 2017 Archive

Demolition of homes in church development “could set precedent”

The proposed demolition of five Victorian homes in the downtown core to make way for the new Aurora United Church and associated retirement residence calls into question the value Aurora places on heritage, contend area residents.

Internet voting approved for 2018 in “hybrid” model

Aurorans will be able to go to the polls from the comfort of their own homes in the 2018 Municipal Election.

Aurora United Church should “be a good neighbour” in rebuild, say ratepayers

A church is intended to serve the community, but Aurora Village Ratepayers say Aurora United Church’s rebuild plan is falling short of serving the needs of the community as a whole.

Perfect start to season for Saints rugby

This year’s crop of St. Andrew’s Saints varsity rugby players has proven to be a scoring machine.

Being “different” pays off at 55th Aurora Art Show

Despite an artistic life devoted to capturing the wonders of nature through his camera lens, now and then Aurora photographer Ralph Brunner decides to let loose.

Youth Music Night under the stars set for June 1 at Hillary House

In the last couple of years, a select group of co-op students have been welcomed with open arms by the Aurora Historical Society to work at Hillary House National Historic Site.

MARKET MUSINGS: We’re Back!

By Jan Freedman According to the calendar, it’s spring and the month of May brings the return of the Aurora Farmers’ Market to its outdoor ...

SENIOR SCAPE

By Christina Doyle Open your windows and let that Spring fresh air come into your homes. It’s time to look around each room and see ...

Parking lot, Cultural Centre addition proposed for Library Square

Options up for talks on May 16

Activist will fight to keep sign promoting mental health

Speaking up on the issue of mental health is a topic many shy away from. Certain stigmas surround the...

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