He’s only 11-years-old, but an Aurora middle schooler is already hitting all the right notes, and wait until you hear how he got started. We’ll introduce you to a true piano prodigy. Also on this week’s show, a preview of the city’s 37th annual commemoration of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.; the city gets ready to pick a new fire chief, and you’re encouraged to weigh in; and why the Aurora Anima Shelter is offering a big discount right now on the adoption fee for dogs. Those stories and many more this week on Aurora Now.
Weigh In on search for next Aurora Fire Rescue chief
Aurora hosts 37thannual commemoration of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Grand opening events announced for Chambers Plaza Library/Reimagine APL
Reminder about grand opening for Southeast Aurora Recreation Center & Fieldhouse
E-470 announces toll rate freeze for 2023
New Adams and Arapahoe County health departments launch
Colorado’s new bag fee goes into effect
Where to recycle your Christmas tree for free in Aurora
Techno Rescue hosts another e-cycle event
The Aurora History Museum is temporarily closed
An 11-year-old Aurora boy is a piano phenom
AuroraTV introduces “Ren & Cora’s Adventures in Aurora”
The Aurora Animal Shelter has a $30 adoption fee special
Show Closer/Jude performs in studio