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 […]

OCSO hosts free classes for women for Self-Defense Awareness Month

OCSO hosts self-defense classes for women in Oct. • To register, email ocso@oakgov.com with: • Date preference and the names of all individuals wishing to register. • Written permission is needed for participants 14-17 years of age • Space is limited to a first come/first served basis. • The free classes are 9 a.m. – […]

Orion Twp. sells homestead in Oakland Twp., Atwater property still up for sale

By Jim Newell Review Editor The Orion Township Board of Trustees voted to sell property it owns in Oakland Township and lower the asking price for its Atwater Street property during the board meeting Sept. 5. The board received an offer of $415,000 for 4.08 acres at 2510 Orion Road in Oakland Township. Orion Township […]

Orion remembers, commemorates 9/11 during ceremony at Veterans Memorial

Orion remembers, commemorates 9/11 during ceremony at Veterans Memorial

More than one hundred people gathered at the Orion Veterans Memorial Monday night to commemorate the 16th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorists attacks. Nearly 3,000 people died that day, including 343 firefighters, 37 Port Authority Police Officers and 15 EMTs (Emergency Medical Technicians). First Responders from the Lake Orion Police Department, the Orion […]

Village addresses water related topics

By Susan Carroll Review Writer The Village of Lake Orion amended the ordinance to place water utility accounts over six months delinquent on July tax bills during the council meeting on Monday. The prior ordinance allowed for a thirty-day delinquency to be added to the bill. The amendment change to six months brings the village […]

Don’t ask to share my popcorn!

Editor’s Note: This letter is in response to Don Rush’s column, “Icky-poo! Yuckies on grocery carts,” in the Aug. 16, 2017 issue of The Lake Orion Review. To Don Rush of Don’t Rush Me fame: Yes, we are a nation of slobs, pigs, and societal dirt bags and cretins. We have abandoned manners in hygiene. […]

Dragons drowned by Laker passing attack in loss

Dragons drowned by Laker passing attack in loss

By Joe St. Henry Review Sports Writer Lake Orion knew it would be facing one of the state’s best high school quarterbacks last Friday. He lived up to the hype, as West Bloomfield rode his arm to a 49-21 football victory over the Dragons. The Lakers’ big play offense was in high gear, scoring on […]

Dragons offense stymies Wildcats on the soccer field

By Jim Newell Review Editor It was a back-and-forth physical match between Lake Orion and Oxford on the soccer pitch Thursday night, but the Dragon’s offense proved too strong for the Wildcat defense in a 4-2 win at Lake Orion High School. The win moves Lake Orion to 2-0-1 in OAA White league play. The […]

‘Scrappy’ Dragons climb to 3rd in state rankings

By Jim Newell Review Editor The Lake Orion volleyball team is on a roll, winning all six of its matches at the Novi Invitational on Saturday without dropping a set. On Sept. 6, the team defeated Mt. Morris and Stoney Creek at a quad tournament at Lake Orion High School before losing to Mercy High […]

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