Aurora's Bookmobile is back and better than ever! Our city has had many of them through the years, but not recently. We'll take you on a tour of this brand new one and let you know where it's headed next. Also on this week's show, Aurora's Overland High School becomes the first in the state to offer an Advanced Placement course on African American history; Aurora Central and Rangeview host a unified basketball game with special guests courtesy of the Denver Nuggets; Aurora Fire Rescue is giving away and installing free smoke detectors for those in need; the back-to-back state champion Eaglecrest High School dance team performs in-studio; and City Manager, Jim Twombly, announces his retirement. Those stories and many more this week on Aurora Now.
City Manager, Jim Twombly, announces his retirement
Aurora unveils a brand new Bookmobile
Overland High is the first school in the state to offer AP African American history
"Visit Aurora Celebrates" Aurora's Black-owned businesses
Aurora is hosting a Korean "Ambassador of Peace Medal" ceremony
Aurora Fire Rescue is giving away and installing free smoke detectors
APD has a new Impound Voucher Program to help victims of stolen cars
"Name That Mystery Object" returns with help from the Aurora History Museum
AuroraTV Community Calendar: Aurora Emergency Mortgage Relief Program &
Citizenship classes available in Aurora
Aurora Central and Rangeview host a unified basketball game with the Nuggets personnel
State champion Eaglecrest High dance team performs in studio
AuroraTV Community Calendar: AAUW scholarship application & Sister Cities Global Youth Leader
Poonam's by Design at Southlands is featured on HGTV's, "Rico to the Rescue"
Answer to "Guess That Mystery Object"