St. Joe’s thespians to perform Mary Poppins Jr.

St. Joe’s thespians to perform Mary Poppins Jr.

Mary Poppins Jr. • St. Joseph Catholic School • 703 N. Lapeer Rd. in Lake Orion • Showtimes are 7 p.m. on May 11 and May 12. • Tickets are $5 for children, $10 for adults and are available at the door or online at www.school.stjoelo.org. Call the school office at 248-693-6215 for information, questions […]

NOTA tax renewal headed for August primary ballot

By C.J. Carnacchio Oxford Leader Editor When voters head to the polls in August, they will be asked to continue funding a local transportation system that assists folks unable to drive due to health issues and/or financial constraints. On April 16, Orion Township officials voted unanimously to place the North Oakland Transportation Authority’s (NOTA) renewal […]

Orion Twp.’s OCSO K9 team retires

Orion Twp.’s OCSO K9 team retires

By Jim Newell Review Editor For Oakland County Sheriff’s Office (OCSO) Deputy Mike Garrison and Paco, there was one last assignment before hanging up the uniform for the final time and retiring the sniffer (for official purposes, at least). Their final duty: attending the Orion Area Youth Assistance Family Funfest on April 18 for a […]

Lake Orion middle schools to host Technology Showcases

Curious to see how the Lake Orion middle schools are utilizing technology in classrooms? Each of the three middle schools will host a Technology Showcase displaying examples of student projects from throughout the school year, said Rebecca Lowe, Scripps Middle School media specialist. The showcases, presented by the schools’ media specialists, include projects that feature […]

The village streets are about to lighten up

By Susan Carroll Review Writer The Village of Lake Orion has 174 street lights: 31 high-pressure sodium and 143 mercury vapor. The village administration proposed, and the council approved, the conversion of these lights to LED. The energy cost of LED is substantially lower than those currently used by the village, administrators said during Monday’s […]

LOHS students get an out of this world experience

LOHS students get an out of this world experience

By Susan Carroll Review Writer It was a conversation of astronomical proportions for 150 Lake Orion High School students on April 17 when they got to speak with two astronauts currently aboard the International Space Station. Lake Orion Community Schools and Oakland Community College co-hosted the special event at OCC’s Auburn Hills Campus, with NASA […]

Donald Milosch, Orion entrepreneur and philanthropist, passes away at 91

By Jim Newell Review Editor Orion Township businessman Donald Milosch built a used car dealership into one of the top 100 Chrysler dealerships in the world. He was known for his entrepreneurial spirit, commitment to family and friends and community involvement. Donald Milosch, born March 9, 1927 and a resident of Oxford, died April 12. […]

Sliwinski sentenced to 14 days in jail

By Jim Newell and Susan Carroll Review Writers Orion Township Trustee Ronald Sliwinski was sentenced to 14 days in jail, with credit for one day served. He was immediately taken into custody to begin serving his sentence, despite his attorney’s request that he begin serving his sentence on Monday. Sliwinski was sentenced late Tuesday afternoon […]

Team 302 is headed to worlds

This season has really been a wild one for the Lake Orion High School Robotics Team 302 as they have won as many Blue Banners this year as they have in their entire 20-year history. Team 302 started the season with their first ever Regional Competition Blue Banner at the Miami Valley Regional Competition in […]