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Aurora Now December 6, 2023
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Aurora Mayor Mike Coffman is sworn in for his second term along with several other returning council members. There's also a new face on the dais. Also on this week's show, the city says good-bye to outgoing Ward IV Council Member Juan Marcano; APD introduces us to some of their mall cops; students at Aurora's William Smith High School learn how to "Stress Like a Genius;" and Aurora celebrates the annual tree lighting ceremony. Those stories and many more this week on Aurora Now.


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Aurora City Council members sworn in for new terms

Farewell ceremony for former Ward IV Council Member Juan Marcano

Jason Batchelor's appointment to city manager finalized in unanimous Council vote

Aurora and Chihuahua, Mexico, finalize new sister city agreement

Aurora Police Department program assigns officers to area malls

Local Target store honors four APD officers for going above and beyond

Volunteers needed on Jan. 23, 2024, to help with annual Point-in-Time count for those experiencing homelessness

Colorado Green Business Network offers grants to help Aurora small businesses move towards energy efficient equipment

Nominations being accepted for 2024 City of Aurora Business Recognition Awards

The Aurora Highlands recognized with three awards from the Home Builders Association of Metro Denver

Students from the current William Smith High School learn “How to Stress Like a Genius”

A look back at the historic William Smith High School in Aurora

Meet the Aurora Animal Shelter’s featured pets

PSA #1: Shop On Havana Street 

Stanley Marketplace hosts community Hanukkah celebration with Jewish Life Center

Holiday tree lighting ceremoney lights up the Aurora Municipal Center Campus

Two thousand people turn out for the annual Santa in the Park event those in need

APL teams up with the Salvation Army for the annual Angel Giving Tree program

Delaney Holiday Open Days are Dec. 9 & 10 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

"Miracle on 34th Street" live radio play is Dec. 9 at 5 p.m. and Dec. 12 at 6:30 p.m.

Watch Aurora Dance Arts “The Nutcracker” ballet on AuroraTV beginning Dec. 15

Studio A Holiday Special will air in place of Aurora Now from Dec. 20 until Jan. 2 


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