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            Town facilities closed through April 6

            Town facilities – including all recreation centres – will close Friday night and will remain closed through April 6 out of consideration of Coronavirus. In a statement issued by Mayor Tom Mrakas on Friday afternoon, the closure will impact such ...

            Minor Tigers got Mad in March

            The Aurora Minor Tigers trademarked the Canadian version of March Madness with a minor hockey tournament at the Aurora Community Centre this past weekend. Atom, ...

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            Publicly-funded schools to stay closed for two weeks after March Break

            Publicly-funded schools across Ontario will close from March 14 through April 5 due to the impact of COVID-19. The closure will extend for two weeks ...

            Rental housing development clears first Council hurdle

            New purpose-built rental units are often cited as a missing piece of Aurora’s housing puzzle, but a proposed new development on Wellington Street West might ...

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            MAKING A SPLASH – Coaches, parents and friends joined local Special Olympics athletes at the York Regional Police Association on Thursday night for the annual Polar Plunge, an annual event which raises thousands for Special Olympics programs in our communities. From left: Shelley Reid, the Banks family, Jeremy Reid, Coach Dan Banks, and Theresa Conrad. Auroran photo by Glenn Rodger

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            March Break kicks off with pi – and pie – at Aurora Public Library

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            SAC Saints host 37th MacPherson Tournament

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            Football stars earn scholarship to Queen’s

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            Tigers break 13-game losing stream in overtime

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