Buyer beware: The Chips Ahoy! Conundrum

From time to time I think all of us have witnessed people in various grocery stores examining food for freshness. Evidently there is a way to determine the freshness of a watermelon or cantaloupe by tapping the item and listening for a hollow sound. Some say you want a hollow sound – others say that […]

Earth Day Success!

It was good to see so many people marching around the globe for our planet! “Stronger together” — that should be priority one. Without clean air and water we all perish. Our president just signed another executive order to pillage one of our great National Parks to allow drilling and mining. I urge you to […]

Dragon Softball team looks to turn it around and

Dragon Softball team looks to turn it around and

By Susan Carroll Review Writer The Lake Orion girls softball team faces a tough challenge in the remainder of the season, but can still turn things around in OAA play and in districts. “We are going through a rough patch right now, as we just aren’t playing well defensively,” said Coach Joe Woityra. The team […]

VILLAGE OF LAKE ORION NOTICE TO WATER CUSTOMERS

VILLAGE OF LAKE ORION NOTICE TO WATER CUSTOMERS DEAD-END LINE FLUSHING THE VILLAGE OF LAKE ORION WATER DEPARTMENT WILL BE CONDUCTING LINE FLUSHING AT ALL THE DEAD-END POINTS WITHIN THE VILLAGE WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM. THIS WILL OCCUR MAY 17 2017 AND OCTOBER 18, 2017 FROM 4:00 a.m. TO 3:30 p.m. During this time, customers of […]

NOTA employee racks up more than $8K in fuel charges, policy say

By Jim Newell Review Editor The Lake Orion Police Department has arrested a North Oakland Transportation Authority employee who allegedly embezzled thousands of dollars using a NOTA gas card. Andrea Nicole Vrsek, a 10-year NOTA employee was arrested on April 27 on one count of Embezzlement – Agent or Trustee, a 5-year felony and $10,000 […]

Orion Twp., Detroit Free Press select to settle lawsuit

By Jim Newell Review Editor In a case that has lasted more than a year, the battle between Orion Township and the Detroit Free Press has come to a resolution, with both parties selecting to settle the case of littering versus First Amendment Rights. “The residents should know that we did not lose,” said Supervisor […]

Team 302 takes the silver

Team 302 takes the silver

Lake Orion High School Robotics Team 302 traveled to Missouri last week to compete in the World Championships. Being selected as part of the alliance representing the Darwin subdivision that advanced to the semi-finals, their alliance went on to take the silver. Qualification matches took place in six subdivisions over two days. Team 302 Dragons […]