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Aurora Now - October 21, 2020

Honoring the heroes left behind. Aurora becomes home to a new Gold Star Memorial Monument that pays tribute to the families of fallen service members. Plus, an update on all the new development taking place in a popular part of town known as City Center; what Tri-County’s new emergency health orders mean for Aurora and how to have a fun but COVID-safe, Halloween. Those stories and more this week on Aurora Now.

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Aurora Police Department Announces a, “New Way” Forward

Tri-County Health Issues New Emergency Public Health Orders

APS Delays In-Person Learning for High Schoolers

Reminder about Aurora’s New Rapid COVID Testing Site

Flu Shots Are More Critical Than Ever This Year

Join the Medical Center of Aurora to Help, “Crush the Crisis”

Free Food & Resources Available at the, “Aurora Day of Giving”

Aurora Fire Rescue Crews Help Fight Colorado Wildfires

Aurora Unveils a Gold Star Families Memorial Monument

Safe, Quick & Easy Ways to Vote in Aurora for Election 2020

Weigh In on Aurora’s First-Ever Strategic Plan

A Lot of New Development Is Taking Place at City Center

(In-N-Out, Fieldhouse USA, Parkside at City Centre)

Celebrate Oktoberfest Year-Round at Helga’s

Aurora to Host Leaf & Pumpkin Recycling Event

PSA #1:  “Mayor Mike Live”

PSA #2: “Stronger Together”

PDA #3: Code Enforcement/Maintain Your Cars

Fall Festival and Pumpkin Patch at Southlands 

Other Halloween Happenings

(Stanley Marketplace, On Havana & Town Center at Aurora)

Aurora Gearing Up for First-Ever, “Boos Cruise”

“Park Lights & Movie Nights” at the Arapahoe Park Racetrack

Enjoy Fall Colors at Quincy Reservoir

Show Closer/Aspyre from Vista Peak Preparatory Performs, “Little Shop of Horrors”

AuroraTV Staff