Paint Creek receives Good Health Report from Scripps M.S.

Paint Creek receives Good Health Report from Scripps M.S.

By Susan Carroll Review Writer Last Friday (Sept. 29), during a sunny fall morning after a slight shower, the eighth-grade science class from Scripps Middle School gathered at the banks of Paint Creek in Children’s Park in preparation of putting their science skills to the test. The kids’ job for the day was to test […]

Residents respond vehemently to the removal of ‘The Rocks’ from Paint Creek

Residents respond vehemently to the removal of ‘The Rocks’ from Paint Creek

By Jim Newell Review Editor Some people called it graffiti, some art, but whatever the perspective, Orion Township’s covert removal of “The Rocks” from Paint Creek last week drew outrage, condemnation, reminisces of visits to the colorful landmark and pleas from residents to save some of the concrete slabs as a part of Orion’s history. […]

ANGRY MOB STORMS VILLAGE HALL!

ANGRY MOB STORMS VILLAGE HALL!

Detroit Film Company shoots ‘Nain Rouge’ with Orion extras By Jim Newell Review Editor Keep telling yourself, “It’s only a movie, it’s only a movie.” Anyone in Lake Orion on Friday afternoon may have seen the angry mob descending on Village Hall; heard the cries for help and demands for answers; and witnessed the “mayor” […]

Goddard School kids participate in Preschooler-Approved Toy Test

Goddard School kids participate in Preschooler-Approved Toy Test

By Susan Carroll Review Writer Kids at the Goddard School were working hard to play with new toys last week. The Goddard School was one of the sites of the Preschooler-Approved Toy Test last week. Goddard School, Inc. is a nationwide private preschool and daycare with a location on Silverbell in Lake Orion. “Providing meaningful […]

LO Freshman football team displays patriotism at game

I would like to share a story with you. About a week-and-a-half ago, I went to watch my grandson, who plays football for the Lake Orion freshman football team, play on the road. Before the game, it was announced that for technical reasons they would not be able to play the national anthem. I looked […]

Fire Department responds to two fires, arson suspected in one

By Jim Newell Review Editor The Orion Township Fire Department responded to two structure fires this week, and the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office is investigating one of the fires as a possible case of arson. Firefighters battled a fully-engulfed barn fire in the 400 block of Conklin Road early Tuesday morning, and detectives are now […]

Anita’s Kitchen to preserve 45 Flint St.

Anita’s Kitchen to preserve 45 Flint St.

By Susan Carroll Review Writer The renovation of 45 W. Flint St. is in full swing. Crews working at the future home of Anita’s Kitchen have revealed history on the brick walls after pulling off the siding. Property owner and builder, Jack Kabliska, said that although not in the original plans, he wants to preserve […]

Village gets a break on Paint Creek Dam repair costs

Village gets a break on Paint Creek Dam repair costs

By Susan Carroll Review Writer, and Jim Newell Review Editor Repairs on the Paint Creek Dam between Lake Orion and Paint Creek could be completed within a week. The final concrete was poured Monday and the steel from the new retaining wall was due to be cut on Wednesday. The Lake Orion Village Council, however, […]

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