2018 Ice Cup Golf Challenge

2018 Ice Cup Golf Challenge

Grab the golf gear and head to the links on Lake Orion for the Lake Orion Sunrise Rotary Club’s 4th Annual Ice Cup Golf Challenge beginning at 11 a.m. Feb. 3. The first golf event of the year is a 9-hole team scramble over frozen fairways, icy greens and powdery roughs (or sidewalks). The course […]

Orion-Oxford group seeks to tackle human trafficking

By Elise Shire Oxford Leader Staff Writer An emerging group in Oxford is aiming to help community members take action against human trafficking operations in the Oxford and Lake Orion areas. After nearly a year of development, the Lake Orion-Oxford Community Group under the Michigan Abolitionist Project (MAP) will host its first public meeting on […]

LOHS Robotics Team 302 kicks off season in high gear

LOHS Robotics Team 302 kicks off season in high gear

By Jim Newell Review Editor Last May, Team 302’s alliance finished second at the FIRST Robotics World Championships and this year’s team wants to make sure they are back competing for a championship. The team began its season on Saturday, when the rules and design for the FIRST Robotics competition were revealed. “Today we have […]

Village signs 3-year police and AFSCME union contracts

By Susan Carroll Review Writer The Village of Lake Orion has come to a resolution on the POAM (Police Officers Association of Michigan) and the AFSCME (American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees) union contracts with the village employees. The contracts are effective July 1, 2017 and are effective for three years. Michigan’s Public […]

LOHS holds 4th annual Cell Out for Soldiers fundraiser

LOHS holds 4th annual Cell Out for Soldiers fundraiser

By Jim Newell Review Editor For active-duty military men and women and their loved ones at home, just getting a phone call can make the difference in the trying times when they are separated by military service. On Friday, Lake Orion High School students will help bridge that gap by establishing a connection between soldiers […]

Trail council invites public to hearing on electric bikes

By C.J. Carnacchio Oxford Leader Editor A new state law allowing electric bicycles on trails has left the Polly Ann Trail Management Council (PATMC) wondering what to do because that same law has also given it the power to prohibit, authorize or regulate their use locally. In an effort to learn what citizens and trail […]

Plaza owner says Hollywood Markets wasn’t forced out

By Jim Newell Review Editor Hollywood Markets announced nearly two weeks ago that they would be closing their Orion Township location by the end of January, a blow to many in the community who love the family-owned grocery store. When the news of the closing became public, many people took to social media speculating on […]

Roofer offers FISH new home on M-24

By C.J. Carnacchio Oxford Leader Editor There’s no place like home and later this year, Oxford-Orion FISH could have a new one thanks to the generosity of Addison Township resident Dan Davis. Last year, Davis, owner of Royal Roofing in Orion Township, purchased the building at 1060 S. Lapeer Rd., which formerly housed Tool Sport […]

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