More than 570 students from 98 Aurora-area schools will be recognized April 25 and 26 for their contributions to their schools and community
“Since David’s death, we’ve since seen other children playing in that pond and it’s absolutely terrifying to us,” Puckett told council. “Our family knows the pain and heartache and we don’t want any other family to go through that.”
The program, dubbed the Aurora Water Cares Customer Assistance Program, will be funded by public donations and late fees generated by residents who don’t pay their bills on time.
AURORA | Aurora Mental Health Center, a nonprofit provider of mental health services in Aurora, will take over detox services in the city later this year, picking up the slack leftover by the city’s former detox services provider, Arapahoe House. Arapahoe House announced late last year it would be ceasing its metro area detox operations in 2017. […]
AURORA | The mother of a 6-year-old boy who died after he fell into an icy pond in Aurora last month asked Aurora City Council on Monday to fill in the small body of water at Olympic Park and turn it into a children’s splash pad. Stephanie Puckett, the mother of 6-year-old David Puckett, told council […]
That suggestion would result in city council members annually earning $18,550, while the mayor would make $80,000. The city’s mayor pro tem would earn $20,550 a year
AURORA | Members of the city’s public safety, courts and civil service policy committee agreed Thursday to extend Aurora’s contract with the company that manages the roughly dozen photo red light traffic cameras across the city, a decision that will maintain the status quo in Aurora pending any changes to laws that pertain to the contentious […]
The school was designated a Purple Heart School by the Military Order of the Purple Heart for having “great admiration, gratitude and respect for the men and women of the Armed Forces of the United States of America,” according to a proclamation from the organization’s Local Chapter MOPH375.
For Presiding Judge Shawn Day — himself a relative newcomer to his current job having been sworn in as the top judge in September — the changes are daunting but welcome.
Although council members raised no objection to the proposed intergovernmental agreement between the three entities at the council’s study session, the pact for a joint crime lab is not official until a resolution is passed at a regular council meeting. That could happen as soon as the next regular meeting Jan. 23