Orion Twp. votes to hire human resources attorney to investigate clerk’s ‘bullying’ allegations

By Jim Newell Review Editor The Orion Township Board of Trustees voted 4-2 Monday night to hire an outside human resources investigator to investigate recent allegations of intimidation Clerk Penny Shults made against Supervisor Chris Barnett. Treasure Donni Steele, Barnett, Trustee Brian Birney and Shults, who cast the deciding vote, supported the motion to hire […]

Donald Milosch, Orion entrepreneur and philanthropist, passes away at 91

By Jim Newell Review Editor Orion Township businessman Donald Milosch built a used car dealership into one of the top 100 Chrysler dealerships in the world. He was known for his entrepreneurial spirit, commitment to family and friends and community involvement. Donald Milosch, born March 9, 1927 and a resident of Oxford, died April 12. […]

Sliwinski sentenced to 14 days in jail

By Jim Newell and Susan Carroll Review Writers Orion Township Trustee Ronald Sliwinski was sentenced to 14 days in jail, with credit for one day served. He was immediately taken into custody to begin serving his sentence, despite his attorney’s request that he begin serving his sentence on Monday. Sliwinski was sentenced late Tuesday afternoon […]

Team 302 is headed to worlds

This season has really been a wild one for the Lake Orion High School Robotics Team 302 as they have won as many Blue Banners this year as they have in their entire 20-year history. Team 302 started the season with their first ever Regional Competition Blue Banner at the Miami Valley Regional Competition in […]

Greetings From The Lake Orion Horseshoe Club

The 2018 season is about to begin on April 24th at 7 p.m. in the beautiful Village of Lake Orion off Anderson Street behind Children’s Park. Have you been telling yourself you would like to get some exercise, meet new people and have some exciting competition pitching horseshoes? Well this is your chance to be […]

Ten Dragons sign to play college sports

By Susan Carroll Review Writer Lake Orion High School had 28 student-athletes commit to their college of choice this year.The final ten future collegiate athletes signed their national letters of intent to continue their education and athletic careers on April 11. All 28 student-athletes have a strong drive to succeed on and off the field. […]

Village doesn’t want to be part of township’s Parks & Rec. millage

Lake Orion to propose its own millage to voters in August By Susan Carroll Review Writer, and Jim Newell Review Editor Orion Township plans to put a 1-mill parks and recreation millage proposal on the Aug. 7 primary ballot for voters’ approval, but the Lake Orion Village Council doesn’t want any part of it. During […]