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Aurora Now - December 16, 2020

Bridging the digital divide in Aurora, and beyond. The city teams up with Comcast and APS to help make remote learning safe, convenient and free. Plus, a doctor at Aurora's CU School of Medicine explains the new COVID vaccine; an Aurora non-profit puts their best foot forward by handing out free shoes and local Girl Scouts send letters to seniors this year, instead of Santa. Those stories and more this week on Aurora Now


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Comcast Helps Launch Aurora's Remote Learning Program

Tri-County Health on COVID-19 in Aurora

CU School of Medicine Doctor Talks about COVID Vaccine

VA Hospital Gets Some of the First Doses of Vaccine

Centura Health Launches, "Operation White Lights"

New Ordinance Caps Food Delivery Fees

Aurora Chamber Says Support Local

Aurora Police Warn about Porch Pirates

Aurora Police Warn about Telephone Scam

Wholly Kicks Hosts Shoe Give Away

Aurora Sister Cities Encourages Us to, "Engage Globally to Thrive Locally"

Ward VI Council Member, Françoise Bergan, Elected Mayor Pro Tem

Volunteer for an Arapahoe County Citizen Advisory Board or Commission

PSA#1 "I Wear My Mask for You"

PSA #2 Volunteer for an Aurora Board or Commission

PSA #3 Watch "Mayor Mike Live"

"Religious Diversity in Aurora" Exhibit Opens

"Festival of Wreaths" People's Choice Winners Announced

"It's a Wonderful Light" Raises Autism Awareness

Local Girl Scouts Write Letters to Aurora Seniors

Volunteer to Be a Snow Buster for Seniors

Kids Can Sign Up to Make Taco Wontons

"Aurora Now" Holiday Programming Note

Show Closer/Aurora Dance Arts Performs, "Santa Baby" 

AuroraTV Staff