Lake Orion Pet Centre to be demolished, rebuilt

By Jim Newell Review Editor The Lake Orion Pet Centre caught fire Jan. 28 and the rubble on the corner of Anderson and Flint streets is a vivid reminder of the loss of a community mainstay. Now, many people are wondering what the plans are for the building – and whether it will be demolished […]

Village approves contract with Young for manager’s role

By Jim Newell Review Editor It’s no joke – Joe Young will be the next Lake Orion village manager as of April 1. The village council voted 5-0 at its meeting Monday to officially approve a contract with Young and appointed him village manager. An official swearing-in ceremony will take place once Young begins his […]

‘A Night in Paris’ gala fundraiser another success for Art Center

‘A Night in Paris’ gala fundraiser another success for Art Center

The Orion Art Center hosted its 28th annual gala fundraiser Saturday evening, with proceeds helping fund the Art Center’s projects and programs. This year’s gala, A Night in Paris, was a French-themed event and included a silent auction, raffle, cocktail reception, gourmet dinner and dancing. James Jenkins received the Patron of the Arts award, given […]

Orion Twp. teen dies a week after being shot by friend

Donations to the Bonner Family Huntington Bank is accepting donations to help the family with expenses. Anyone who would like to contribute can visit the Huntington Bank branch at 4983 S. Baldwin Rd., or call 248-293-3130 and inform a bank teller that the donation is for the Solomon Bonner fund. 100 percent of the donations […]

They are Oakland’s NEXT …

They are Oakland’s NEXT …

Lake Orion students hear from county, business leaders on the jobs of the future in Oakland County By Jim Newell Review Editor For many students – for many people – the journey to turn their aspirations into reality can be a hidden trail shrouded with overgrowth that obscures their career path. Oakland County officials hope […]

Wildcats narrowly defeat Dragons in Special Olympics basketball showdown

Wildcats narrowly defeat Dragons in Special Olympics basketball showdown

Game culminates LOHS Charity Week activities By Jim Newell Review Editor The Lake Orion High School Fieldhouse was a-rockin’ on Friday as students, faculty and parents witnessed an epic matchup between Lake Orion and Oxford in a contest that had the intensity to rival a playoff game. Despite a late-game comeback by the Dragons, the […]

Orion Green-Up community clean-up project returns

By Georgia Thelen Review Writer The second annual Orion Green-Up event is taking place April 22. The Green-Up event is the brainchild of Lake Orion High School junior Madeline Braley, who was one of the first student representatives on the Orion Township Environmental Resources Committee. Individuals, groups and businesses alike can meet at Camp Agawam […]

Real Estate Development changing height overlay district ordinance

Real Estate Development changing height overlay district ordinance

By Georgia Thelen Review Writer A public hearing was held on March 6 regarding the amendment of a Village of Lake Orion Zoning Ordinance. The ordinance amendment has been brought up regarding a proposed four-story retail and housing development at 120 S. Broadway St. The proposed development will have over 9,000 square feet of retail […]

printboys celebrates five years of print artistry

printboys celebrates five years of print artistry

By Jim Newell Review Editor From the vibrant banners and posters, to the cool gadgets like lenticular business cards and digital NFC tags that can send a client to a specific website or Facebook page by simply scanning it with their phone, printboys has a plethora of state-of-the-art print options. For Randy and Pam Palmer, […]

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