Orion Twp. Trustee Ron Sliwinski accused of sexual harassment

Sliwinski allegedly harassed teacher at LOHS   By Jim Newell Review Editor Orion Township officials have received anonymous statements and copies of emails accusing Trustee Ron Sliwinski of sexual harassment while he was a teacher at Lake Orion High School last school year. Sliwinski is also under investigation after a complaint was filed with the […]

Shooter still on the loose, manhunt underway

From The Citizen Newspaper website:   By Shelby Stewart Citizen Staff Writer On Tuesday night at approximately 8 p.m. two people were shot in the head at an apartment building on Village Court. Suspected shooter, 35-year-old Micheal Quigley (pictured right) of Clarkston, is still on the loose. Quigley is believed to be armed and dangerous, if […]

Orion Twp. receives an offer, counteroffers on sale of Atwater property

By Jim Newell Review Editor Orion Township could be a step closer to finally unloading three lots it owns on Atwater Street, after an offer on the property during the board of trustees meeting Monday night. Jim Cummins, a resident and founder of the Cummins Group, an architecture, planning and consulting group in Utica, made […]

The 11th annual Schrauger Memorial 5k will bring the Lake Orion and running club communities together in celebration of the memory of Joshua and Timothy Schrauger, on Nov. 18.

The 11th annual Schrauger Memorial 5k will bring the Lake Orion and running club communities together in celebration of the memory of Joshua and Timothy Schrauger, on Nov. 18.

By Susan Carroll Review Writer Waldon Middle School has a new robotics team, the Waldon Dragons. The team had its first meeting on Sept. 9 and will compete in their first meet on Nov. 18. Robotics at the middle school level consists of a maximum of 15 students. The process to be on the team […]

11th Schrauger Memorial 5k is Nov. 18

The 11th annual Schrauger Memorial 5k will bring the Lake Orion and running club communities together in celebration of the memory of Joshua and Timothy Schrauger, on Nov. 18. The brothers died in a car accident in Sept. 2007. Both boys were avid runners and Joshua was a devoted member of the Lake Orion cross […]

LO Chatroom: Chatty or Catty?

One of the advantages of living in the United States is the ability to express ourselves unabashedly – it’s called Freedom of Speech and it is guaranteed in the Constitution. As we have seen over the years, people are not reluctant to voice their opinion, whether it is about politics, movies, restaurants, TV shows, sports, […]

Reilly is wrong on education

I attended Representative John Reilly’s monthly meeting last week at the Orion Twp. Library. What I heard dropped my jaw to the floor. When asked directly if he’d like to see charter schools in Lake Orion, he replied, with no hesitation, “Yes”. While his voting record proves that he does not generally support our public […]

A warning to residents who drive on Orion Twp. roads

A warning to Orion Township residents who drive on Orion Township roads: If you see a police car behind you, pull over immediately into a driveway or a business parking lot along the road and wait for this police car to go past you. I was driving to the Orion Oaks Dog Park Wednesday morning. […]

Make a donation to Coats for the Cold

The Oakland County Sheriff’s Office is holding their 30th annual Coats for the Cold campaign in partnership with Genisys Credit Union and Oakland County Pet Adoption Center. From Nov. 1-30, individuals are encouraged to help out by donating coats for those less fortunate. All new or clean, used coats collected will be given to several […]

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