LOCS starts Advocacy Committee

By Jim Newell Review Editor Lake Orion Community Schools Superintendent Marion Ginopolis took an unusual approach to combat the most pressing legislative issues affecting schools by forming a legislative advocacy committee. This committee is not, however, comprised of career educators or school board members. Ginopolis is calling on the power of the people – the […]

Another round of Cops, Clergy and Beer on tap for June

By Jim Newell Review Editor It’s time for another round of Clergy, Cops and Beer, the match that makes the lives of some Orion’s residents a little better – and others’ a lot more fun, at least for a day. The fundraiser to benefit the Lake Orion Police Department’s Kids and Kops program and the […]

Art Center’s ‘Portraits & Pottery’ show opens Thursday

Art Center’s ‘Portraits & Pottery’ show opens Thursday

By Jim Newell Review Editor The Orion Art Center’s new Portraits and Pottery exhibit features an array of work from local artists, from classical in nature, to abstract and whimsical. Art Center Executive Director Janice Price feels the pieces in this show are “Outstanding in subject, technique and just the overall composition.” Price said 18 […]

New Creamery opens at 20 Front Street in Lake Orion

New Creamery opens at 20 Front Street in Lake Orion

        20 Front Street is known for its intimate music venue featuring a wide array of musical talent and the Tea Room, a hotspot for tea and Kombucha lovers.   Just in time for summer, the business has now opened the 20 Creamery, an ice cream walk-up window at the base of […]

‘Lest We Forget…’

‘Lest We Forget…’

The Orion area honored its veterans on Memorial Day, remembering the 41 Orion military soldiers who gave their lives in the service of their country. White crosses symbolically commemorated the 41 at the Orion Veterans Memorial on Odanah Ave.    

RCOC to hold public meeting on Baldwin Road project on June 7

By Susan Carroll Review Writer The Road Commission for Oakland County will be hosting a meeting on June 7 that is open to the public to address the Baldwin Road widening construction project. The public will be able to meet with the road commission staff in an informal setting to have their questions answered regarding […]

Lake Orion Marine Patrol seeks to educate, ensure safety

By Jim Newell Review Editor Memorial Day marked the unofficial beginning of the boating season, with boaters, personal watercraft users, swimmers and kayakers all taking to the lakes for another season of summer fun in Lake Orion. The summer also marks the return of Oakland County Sheriff’s Deputy Bill Hughes to Lake Orion for another […]

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