Sheriff’s Office warns of recent phone scam

The Oakland County Sheriff’s Office wants to make the public aware of fraudulent phone calls being made to Oakland County residents using the names of Sheriff’s Office personnel. The Sheriff’s Office has received numerous reports of residents receiving phone calls from ‘Captain Dale Miller’ of the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office. During the phone call, the […]

Thank you from CJ’s

Thanksgiving Dinner was great, it was a very festive day and good time was had by all. We’d like to thank: our employees and loyal customers who donated their time and money. The Lake Orion Lions Club, Hollywood Market, Caramagno Foods, Del Bene Produce, Tom Stefanek Dist., Leonard’s Syrup, Sam’s Club, International Baking Co., Orion […]

The ‘Real Men’ of Oakland Cty. raise $52K for Cancer Society

The ‘Real Men’ of Oakland Cty. raise $52K for Cancer Society

By Jim Newell Review Editor The 16 men who participated in the first Oakland County Real Men Wear Pink campaign raised $52,707.92 in their collected efforts to support the American Cancer Society’s fight against breast cancer. The men pledged to wear a pink article of clothing every day in October – national breast cancer awareness […]

Explosion, fire rock Orion Twp. after gas line ruptures

Explosion, fire rock Orion Twp. after gas line ruptures

By Jim Newell Review Editor An explosion and fire shocked the south end of Orion Township Monday night after a natural gas main ruptured on the north side of Brown Road shortly before 10 p.m. Witnesses as far north as Waldon Road reported they felt the ground rumble when the explosion occurred and heard what […]

Ortonville shooter arraigned, faces 8 felony counts

Ortonville shooter arraigned, faces 8 felony counts

By Shelby Stewart Ortonville Citizen Staff Writer The suspect in the shooting of two people in Ortonville has been issued an 8 count felony warrant against him. He was arraigned on Nov. 17. Michael Quigley was taken into custody on Nov. 15 in connection with the shooting, and he currently has an 8 million dollar […]

Shop Local, Shop Small & support Shop with a Hero this holiday

By Susan Carroll Review Writer Remember when holiday shopping was accomplished by walking down the streets in the winter weather, window shopping, carrying on conversations and enjoying the adornments of the holidays, then browsing neighborhood stores, looking over their wares and selecting the perfect gift? Now, shoppers have the option for never-ending online searches for […]

Police: Trail manager assaulted by ORV driver in Addison

By C.J. Carnacchio Oxford Leader Editor A 53-year-old Addison Township man is accused of assaulting Polly Ann Trail Manager Linda Moran with his four-wheel off-road vehicle (ORV) on Nov. 8. Jeffrey Stephen Blaney was arraigned Nov. 10 in Rochester Hills 52-3 District Court on the misdemeanor charges of assault and battery, malicious destruction of property […]