February 2018 Archive


Musicians buckle down with Borealis Big Band

By Brock Weir When Gord Shephard picked up the baton with the Aurora Community Band, he began fostering a sound where anyone with an interest ...

Strategic Plan will ease Aurora from a growing to mature community

Aurora’s last few new developments are slowly but surely filling in – but what comes next when the Town reaches build out? That is a question the Town hopes to address in its new 10 year Strategic Plan.


Panthers teams in hunt for Lower Lakes championships

An impressive eight Aurora Panthers squads have moved on to the second round of the Lower Lakes Female Hockey League playdowns.


Pickering College swims their way to OFSAA

All eyes will be on Brooklyn Wodehouse when she takes to the pool at OFSAA later this month.


Family fun at Town Park for annual Arctic Adventure

By Jake Courtepatte Aurora residents wouldn’t let it rain on their parade at Monday’s annual Arctic Adventure. Families came out in droves to Aurora Town ...


Minor Midget Express cruising through OMHA playdowns

The Minor Midget York-Simcoe Express have something to prove in their CHL draft year.


Council has made progress Mayor wants to see through

Dawe will seek third term to see Library Square, Armoury brought to fruition


Heart Month highlights community need – and an opportunity to help

“Heart-y’s” That’s what nine-year-old Aurora resident Owen Veloso thinks the venerable Canadian hamburger restaurant Harvey’s should be called.


“There is a Rehteah in every single community”

Leah Parsons delivers powerful message of love and coping to local parents and students.


Tigers clinch division title with road win

With two games left in the 2016-17 OJHL season, the Aurora Tigers were marred in a...

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