Dragons battle Warriors, but penalties doom team in tough loss

By Joe St. Henry Review Sports Contributor Lake Orion battled Southfield to a draw at halftime of last Friday’s football game but, as they have all season, penalties haunted the Dragons and they ultimately fell to the Warriors, 24-16. Officials threw the yellow flag 17 times against Lake Orion for 105 yards in penalties. The […]

Dutton Farm’s farmers produce goods with love and dignity

Dutton Farm’s farmers produce goods with love and dignity

By Jim Newell Review Editor When customers enter Dutton Farm’s farmhouse store, there is a special aura that permeates the environment, that is palpable in the warmth, the farm, the store and the farmers. Certainly, the farm is quaint in the nostalgic sense of an old-time country shop; the friendly “How are you today?”; the […]

Lake Orion schools to sell Clarkston Road property, repurpose Pine Tree

By Jim Newell Review Editor Lake Orion Community Schools plans to sell property it owns in Oakland Township and will repurpose Pine Tree Elementary, something the school board members had hoped for all along after announcing last November that the district would close the school. The board of education directed Superintendent Marion Ginopolis and the […]

Poorly maintained medians are an embarrassment to township

As you drive north on Baldwin Road over I-75 it’s easy to observe where the Auburn Hills border ends and the Orion Township one begins. All one needs to do is to look to the neatly mowed and trimmed center medians of Auburn Hills, and the extremely poor ones of Orion. Embarrassing! Can’t wait to […]

Join the Boots on the Ground Color Run and Ride for Recovery

The Alliance of Coalitions for Healthy Communities is looking for sponsors and participants for the 2nd Annual Boots on the Ground Color Run and the Ride for Recovery, both on Sept. 30, in recognition of Recovery month. Both events are presented by the Sobriety Promotions Program Inc. and in partnership with the Alliance of Coalitions […]

Construction is underway on the Paint Creek Trail extension in Lake Orion, with completion slated for middle November

By Susan Carroll Review Writer After 20 years of deliberation, the Paint Creek Trail extension broke ground in downtown Lake Orion. On Sept. 5, Zito Construction brought in excavation equipment and began removing concrete footings that remained years after the buildings that sat on them had disappeared. The footings were located on the section of […]

OTFD Run with Fire 5k run/walk

By Jim Newell Review Editor This October is the one time of the year that Orion Township firefighters would encourage everyone to run with fire, hitting the streets of Lake Orion for the first Run with Fire 5k run/walk. The Orion Township Fire Department hosts its first run/walk and free kids run to promote Fire […]

On Saying ‘Yes’ to Lake Orion

On Saying ‘Yes’ to Lake Orion

Molly LaLone is the executive director of the Lake Orion Downtown Development Authority. Wow Lake Orion! Can you believe it’s already been a year? A little bit longer than that, truthfully. But, I’d say this is the month I really started to fall for you. This is the month I started to get to know […]

Dragons ground the Redhawks, win their first game of season

Dragons ground the Redhawks, win their first game of season

By Joe St. Henry Review Sports Contributor Lake Orion, fueled by much improved play according to Head Coach John Blackstock, secured its first victory of the football season last Friday with a convincing win over Troy Athens, 26-6. The Dragons used an effective passing attack to jump out to a big halftime lead, which they […]

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