Village Council passes pump station repairs, sewer cleaning

Village Council passes pump  station repairs, sewer cleaning

New restaurant coming to 51 North building   By Georgia Thelen Review Writer After a presentation from the Oakland County Water Resource Commission at the Jan. 23 Lake Orion Village Council meeting, the council passed a recommendation to repair a pump station and clean the sewage pipes that run under Lake Orion. Among all of […]

LOPD police officer crashes patrol car into porch

LOPD police officer crashes patrol car into porch

A Lake Orion police officer “momentarily” fell asleep while driving early Saturday morning, crashing his patrol car into a house, damaging the front porch and totaling the police cruiser. The incident happened at 4:10 a.m. Jan. 21 when the officer, a 12-year veteran with the Lake Orion Police Dept., was on duty in a marked […]

ONTV hosts annual 5 or 5 Food Drive

Orion Neighborhood Television (ONTV) is holding its 7th Annual Food Drive benefitting the Oxford/Orion FISH food pantry on Saturday, Feb. 4, from 10 a.m.- 4 p.m. at the ONTV studio, in the Orion Center, at 1349 Joslyn Rd. “February is the time of year when the shelves are the emptiest at the FISH pantry,” stated […]

‘Toyology’ clinic gives beloved stuffed animals the ‘all clear’

‘Toyology’ clinic gives beloved stuffed animals the ‘all clear’

Stuffed animals need regular checkups, too, just to make sure they are healthy and happy. And for Health Occupation Students of America (HOSA) at Oxford High School, a “Toyologist” clinic at Sunny Day Preschool in Lake Orion on Thursday offered an opportunity to share the real-world skills they are learning in a fun way. “We’re […]

It’s time for ‘Clergy, Cops and Beer’.5

It’s time for ‘Clergy, Cops and Beer’.5

Fundraiser benefits Kops and Kids, Church programs By Georgia Thelen Review Writer A pastor and a police officer walk into a bar… No, really. The Lake Orion Police Department and the Lake Orion United Methodist Church are partnering once again for their Clergy, Cops and Beer event from 6 p.m. until midnight this Saturday. After […]

‘Eddie Bird’s seen a lot in his life

Eddie Bird, one of Lake Orion’s oldest residents, passes at 109 June 14, 1907- Jan 22, 2017 Eddie Bird, one of Lake Orion’s oldest resident’s and quite possibly the oldest, has died at the age of 109. His grandson, Darryl Berry, broke the news on Facebook. “I just received a phone call that I have […]

Village President discusses issues facing the community this year

By Jim Newell Review Editor From business development to walking improvements, the extension of the Paint Creek Trail and the recently voted-on phased watermain replacement project, the Village of Lake Orion has a lot on tap in 2017. The Lake Orion Review recently sat down with Village Council President to discuss some of the issues […]

LOHS students Cell Out for Soldiers

LOHS students Cell Out for Soldiers

By Jim Newell Review Editor Amidst the wave of red t-shirt-clad teenagers were the typical sights one would expect at a high school: laughter, smiles, conservation, a reluctance to go to class. What was missing from the scene? The texting, the lack of eye contact – the cell phones. A record 1,950 high school students […]

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