The City's TV Station
Aurora Now - August 18, 2021

Helping hands give hope here in Aurora. Our Aurora Police Department has teamed up with SECOR Cares and Starbucks, to change lives at the Comitis Crisis Center. Plus, how Sprouts is making the concept of farm-to-table a reality for more people than ever, right here in Aurora; why we could see some major medical breakthroughs in our own backyard and how an Aurora gym is using sports psychology to help its students conquer stress and life. Those stories, and many more, this week on Aurora Now.

Story Links:

Show Preview

21 CP Solutions Presents Findings/Recommendations for APD as Part of a “New Way” Forward Plan

APD Teams Up with SECOR Cares & Starbucks to Help the Comitis Crisis Center

Sprouts Opens New Distrubtion Center in Aurora & Helps Refugee Farmers at DeLaney Farm

“Global Fest 2021” Countdown is Underway

“New American Arts Festival” Returns

Groundbreaking for New Bioscience 5 Building Takes Place at Fitzsimons Innovation Community

An Up Close Look at How Aurora Water Keeps Our Water Safe

City Teams Up with Partners to Provide Mobile Vaccination Clinics

Tri-County Health is Offering Daily Vaccination Clinics at the Municipal Center

Rental Help is Available for Folks Struggling because of the Pandemic

Share Your Thoughts in a New Survey to Help our Youth Thrive

Summer Youth Pop-Up Events Underway; Funding Available for Fall/Winter

Meet the New President of the Community College of Aurora

The Deadline for City Council Petitions is Fast Approaching

PSA #1 “Global Fest 2021”

PSA #2 Former Presidents Encourage Vaccinations

PSA #3 APL Hosting Virtual Mini-con

PSA #4 “Lindita’s Kitchen”

An Aurora Gym is Using Sports Psychology to Help its Students Overcome Stress & Succeed in Life

APD Superheroes Surprise Patients at Children’s Hospital Colorado

“Park Lights & Movie Nights” Returns

“Aurora Rhythms” Returns

Show Closer/Soul School Performs

AuroraTV Staff