Parks & Rec Advisory Committee seeks input

The Village of Lake Orion Parks & Recreation Advisory Committee meets at 6:30 p.m. Feb. 27 in the conference room at Village Hall. Manager Joe Young said the committee will discuss how the village uses the parks and how it can best promote the “village experience.” “We want to enhance the experience of having a […]

Thank you for the holy donation

The members of King of Kings Lutheran Church would like to thank Great Harvest Bread, on Baldwin Road at Clarkston Road, for their generosity! Once again, Jim and Louise Wescott have shown their commitment and support to our community. Their weekly donation of bread, to be used for our Holy Communion Service, is greatly appreciated. […]

Curtis Floor Covering closing after 64 years

By C.J. Carnacchio Oxford Leader Editor Providing goods and services to customers is the textbook definition of a business. But when a business does what it does in the same community for 64 years, it moves beyond the textbook and becomes a local institution. And when that institution faithfully serves four generations, turning houses into […]

Pet Centre parking comes at a premium cost to village

Pet Centre parking comes at a premium cost to village

By Susan Carroll Review Writer Lake Orion’s downtown brings people from all over to experience the ambiance of what the quaint streets have to offer. From brick walkways to unique shopping; delectable eateries to music venues; and family parks – including one that leads directly to the lake. With all that comes the need for […]

Supt. Ginopolis talks about Lake Orion schools in 2018

By Jim Newell Review Editor From closing an elementary and redistricting students, to beginning the first round of sinking fund projects last summer and managing the district’s finances and assets, the Lake Orion Community Schools Board of Education and executive administrators have had quite a few issues to confront while trying to make the transition […]

Township officials, resident ask for Sliwinski’s resignation at board meeting

By Jim Newell Review Editor Trustee Ron Sliwinski sat silent throughout the Orion Township Board of Trustees meeting on Monday, listening stoically as two fellow board members and a resident called for him to resign his seat on the board. Sliwinski offered no comment on the sexual harassment accusations against him, nor did he address […]