Plans moving forward on M-24 reconstruction project

By Jim Newell Review Editor Plans are moving forward on the M-24 reconstruction and resurfacing project slated for 2020, with officials from the Michigan Dept. of Transportation and the engineering firm heading the project hosting a public information meeting Thursday at the Oxford Public Library. The M-24 project will extend from Goldengate Street in Orion […]

LOHS girls basketball team kicks off season with big win

LOHS girls basketball team kicks off season with big win

By Megan Kelley Review Writer The girls varsity basketball team started their season at home against the Birmingham Seaholm Maples. “We’ll compete hard. No guarantees on any game, obviously, but I expect if we put in plenty of effort we got a good chance of winning tonight,” said head coach Bob Brydges prior to the […]

Sometimes Santa wears a badge

Sixty-five deserving children went shopping for Christmas gifts with police officers and firefighters at the Oxford Meijer store as part of the annual Shop with a Hero event held Dec. 6. The kids bought items for themselves along with their parents, siblings and other family members. Participating agencies included the Oxford Village Police Department, Oakland […]

Orion Goodfellows embody the holiday spirit

Firefighters hand out newspapers to brighten Christmas for area families

By Jim Newell Review Editor Sometimes Santa doesn’t wear a red outfit with fluffy white trim. This year, as has been the case for more than a half century, the Orion Township Firefighter Goodfellows will don their full fire gear and share that mantle with Kris Kringle. From Nov. 30 – Dec. 2, the Goodfellows […]

LOPD seeks information on suspect in CVS thefts

LOPD seeks information on suspect in CVS thefts

The Lake Orion Police Department is asking the public’s help with information on the identity of a man who is suspected of committing retail fraud from the CVS Pharmacy on S. Broadway Street in Lake Orion. The man is described as about 5-feet,10-inches tall, with black hair and a moustache, and is in the mid-40’s […]

Roundabout ribbon cutting officially open Miller/Flint/Orion intersection for business

By Jim Newell Review Editor Love it or hate it, the Miller/Flint/Orion roundabout is open and moving traffic through while reducing delays. And that’s what officials from the road commission, Orion Township, the Village of Lake Orion and the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office said was the purpose of the roundabout during an official ribbon cutting […]

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