Crates Coffee House bids a fond farewell and Orion returns the sentiment

Crates Coffee House bids a fond farewell and Orion returns the sentiment

By Jim Newell Review Editor Coffee connoisseurs may have wept when Andrea Rank announced she would be closing Crates Coffee, but the community showed up in droves to say goodbye on Sunday and enjoy one last round of brew. Friends and loyal patrons poured into the shop to say goodbye, chat and reminisce. Families played […]

Junior golf program teaches more than the game of golf

Susan Carroll Review Writer Junior golfers take over the Paint Creek Country Club course from 8-10:30 a.m. on Tuesdays from late June through Aug. 15. The entire course closes to members who embrace and support the kids program. Closing the course allows the kids to get experience on the entire 18-hole course. Instructor for the […]

Village Council approves Pelton’s Point docks

By Susan Carroll Review Writer Pelton’s Point will soon be the home of six public boat docks after the village council approved the plans on Monday. During the July 24 Lake Orion Village Council meeting, $21,125 (the DDA will contribute $1,625 of this figure) was approved by the council for the buildout of the dock, […]

Kids’ & Kops Car Show rolls into downtown Lake Orion on Aug. 5

By Susan Carroll Review Writer The Kids’ & Kops Car Show sponsored by Golling Buick GMC and Lake Orion Police Association takes place on the streets of downtown Lake Orion Aug. 5 from 8 a.m. – 2 p.m. The show features classic cars and motorcycles, historical police and fire vehicles, music, a charity pancake breakfast […]

Orion Twp. Community Survey returns;

By Jim Newell Review Editor Would Orion Township residents like to see an ice rink, splash park, soccer fields or tennis courts in the township’s future? Which activities do people use the most: shopping, dining, entertainment, recreation, services? Would resident’s support a millage for the fire department to provide EMS services? How about dedicated road […]

UPDATE: Missing teen is safe, back at Children’s Village

Missing teen is safe, back at Children’s Village Teen faces larceny charges, ongoing investigation A 16-year-old Orion Township teen who had most of Southeast Michigan looking for him has been found and is back in the Children’s Village in Pontiac awaiting a court date. Lt. Wendy Reyes of Oakland County Undersheriff Mike McCabe’s office confirmed […]